Incorporated in 1785, Clarksville is the fifth largest city in Tennessee and home of Fort Campbell and the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). Photo: Customs House Museum.
Q108 Maroon 5, Pink and Kelly Clarkson and Ryan and Gretchen in the Morning Beaver 100.3 Modern country from Blake Shelton, Keith Urban and Lady Antebellum and Fletch & Bailey in the Morning Z97.5 "Everything that Rocks" and morning's with Bob and Tom Eagle 94.3 Classics from The Beatles to ZZ Top
540AM The Fan. Sports, featuring Mike and Mike in the Morning
Marriage Licenses Montgomery County Clerk’s Office 350 Pagent Lane, Suite 502 (931)648-5711 Office Hours: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday- Friday www.mcgtn.org/clerk/marriage
Clarksville Transit System
Need a ride around Clarksville? The Clarksville Transit System is the transportation for you. CTS offers rides around Clarksville for as low as $1.50. You can also purchase passes for affordable prices. By using route maps, you can identify which route is best for you. The CTS usually runs from 6 a.m. until 9 p.m. For those who need to get to Nashville, CTS offers a shuttle that runs to and from Nashville every weekday. The CTS transfer center is located at 200 Legion Street. For more information and routes, visit their website or call 931-553-2429.
Charter Communications - 1850 Business Park Drive Clarksville, TN - (888)829-3018
AT&T - (931)557-6500 / (800)753-0223
Academy for Academic Excellence
The Academy for Academic Excellence is a state accredited private school that serves students from pre-k through 12th grade in both regular and special education. It is located at 2134 Old Ashland City Rd, Clarksville, TN 37043. For more information contact Jackie Terry, office manager and student coordinator, at 931-647-9831.
Clarksville Academy is a college preparatory school that students from Pre-K through 12th grade. It is located in downtown Clarksville and has approximately 575 students enrolled. Clarksville academy offers a variety of extracurricular activities including community service clubs and sports that students can be involved in. It also has chapters for the National Honor’s Society and Junior National Honor’s Society. For more information visit http://www.clarksvilleacademy.com/, call 931-647-6311, or contact Sally Allen, Director of Marketing and Development at email@example.com.
Clarksville Christian School
Clarksville Christian School is a fully accredited private school serving 150 students in pre-k through 12th grade. It offers a strong academic program and provides a safe and nurturing learning environment. The Clarksville Christian Academy has a low pupil to teacher ratio, which allows students to receive individual instruction and attention as needed. It offers a daily Bible class along with weekly chapel services. The Clarksville Christian Academy offers an array of sports for its upper school students and offers multiple clubs. For more information visit http://www.clarksvillechristianschool.org/or call the school at 931-647-8180.
Tabernacle Christian School
Tabernacle Christian School is fully accredited Christian elementary school serving students from pre-k through 6th grade. Its enrollment is anywhere from 75 to 85 students. The Tabernacle Christian School is a member of the Association of Christian Schools International (ACI). For more information visit http://www.tabernaclechristianschooltn.org/, or call the school at 931-552-9431 or 931-552-9148 and speak with Mrs. Katobwa Stallworth, Principal.
Unity Christian Academy
The Unity Christian Academy is a private Christian school that serves students from kindergarten through 12th grade. It offers the Accelerated Christian Education program. Unity Christian Academy has both full-time and part-time (home schooled) students. For more information contact Jacqueline Hale, Principal, at 931-645-6003 or visit the school website http://www.unitychrisitanacademy.com/.
Austin Peay State University
Austin Peay offers the resources of a major university, with a small college feel. Because of the smaller class sizes and the one on one communication between students and professors (which makes this a comfortable place to be), Austin Peay has attracted well over 10, 000 students. Austin Peay is large enough to offer you a broad range of educational and social options, but small enough to treat you like an individual. With Austin Peay being just minutes away from popular eating establishments, movie theaters, and the Governor’s Square Mall, students always have something to do in the City of Clarksville. The best way to figure out if Austin Peay is for you is to take a campus tour. Campus tours are offered weekdays at 10 a.m. and 2:15 p.m. Monday through Friday, and on various Saturdays. Future students can also check out the campus during AP Day. AP Days allow future students and their parents to check out the different fields of study offered at Austin Peay and the different student organizations. For more information visit APSU's website or contact the admissions office at 931-221-7661 or call toll-free at 1-800-844-APSU (2778).
Austin’s Beauty School Advanced classes are offered in all phases of cosmetology. 585A S. Riverside Drive. 647-6543. www.austinbeautycollege.com
Bethel University Bethel's Clarksville location offers both bachelor and master degrees. You can receive an accredited degree in management, organizational development, and also criminal justice. The masters degrees offers business administration and education. Join one of the two program, the College Start Program or the College Success program. The college start program helps those with little to no college credit to get core class credit. The college success program helps those who already have college credit to focus more on their seeking degree. 130 Corporate Drive 551-9640 Satellite Campus 551-9640 Registrar’s Office http://bethelsuccess.net
Daymar Institute A junior college offering programs from accounting, dental assistant, human resource management, pharmacy technology, to web design and more. 1860 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. 552-7600 www.daymarinstitute.edu
Hopkinsville Community College Hopkinsville Community college is a part of the Kentucky Community and Technical college system with an articulation agreement with Austin Peay State University. A transfer college with programs that require two years or less left for a degree. Programs offered are varying of technology programs, nursing, business administration and education. In-state tuition is offered for those living in Montgomery, Stewart, or Robertson County in Tennessee. 720 North Drive, Hopkinsville, Ky. 270-707-7004 www.hopkinsville.kctcs.edu
Miller-Motte College Miller-Motte College offers programs dealing with medical, technology, cosmetology, network administration, management, and accounting. But also offers an associate degree in Applied Science. 1820 Business Park Drive 553-0071 www.miller-motte.edu
Nashville State Community College
A satellite campus has opened up in Clarksville of Nashville State Community College. Offering general classes to get your college experience started. These credits can be transferred to Austin Peay State University. A few classes offered are History, Alebra, Sociology, and business. 1760 Wilma Rudolph Blvd. 551-7004 Clarksville@nscc.edu
North Central Institute The programs offered are aviation maintenance technology and Federal Communication Commission. But also offers licenses to high school student who are looking for a career in FAA-certified Airframe and Powerplant. 168 Jack Miller Blvd. Suite A 431-9700 www.nci.edu
Queen City College A college that offers programs relating to beauty and barber. 1594 Fort Campbell Blvd. 645-3736 www.queencitycollege.com
SSG Glenn English Jr. Army Education Center A Fort Campbell facility with an array of programs and open to anyone who gains acceptance into Austin Peay State University, Hopkinsville Community College, Embry-riddle Aeronautical University, and Murray State University. 202 Bastogne Ave. Fort Campbell 270-798-3201
Tennessee Technology Center Programs offered to provide full-time and part time training. Technology programs offered are automotive, business system, computer information, air conditioning/refrigerating, machine tool, and more. Trimester courses begin January, May and September of each year. 3789 Guthrie Highway 572-1694 www.ttcdickson.edu
Troy University The university has flexible night, weekend, online classes and supporting a variety of associate’s, bachelors, and master’s degrees. 399 Tiny Town Road 431-9829 Clarksville.troy.edu
Animal Control - 616 N. Spring St. (931)648-5750 www.mcgtn.org/animal-control
Animal rescue, Adoptions
Cat Are Us - 119 Providence Blvd. (931)503-0053 www.catsareus.petfinder.org
Will take place all day Tuesday, May 21 at Gary Mathews KIA, 505 N. Riverside Dr. There will be free food, vendors, specials, and a St. Jude Fundraiser. For more information call 931-552-1111.
PTSD: A Holistic Approach
Will take place Thursday, May 23 from 7-9 p.m. at Radiance Health and Wellness. Learn natural, holistic approaches to managing symptoms of PTSD. Includes information on essential oils, self-hypnosis, energy therapies, and flower essences. For more information, call 931-216-9808.