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News in Clarksville: Biden at Fort Campbell, homicide details, satellite ER and other top stories this week | – Clarksville Now

CLARKSVILLE, TN – Here’s a look at the top local news stories from Clarksville Now this week.
Joe Biden flies to Fort Campbell to survey Kentucky tornado damage: Biden returned to Fort Campbell on Air Force One as a stopping point to make a helicopter tour of the storm devastation. READ MORE
Tornado relief for Kentucky: Supply drive underway: Beaver 100.3 FM, Clarksville Now and the rest of 5 Star Media Group is partnering with several area businesses and YAIPak Outreach to collect supplies that will be taken directly to those in need. READ MORE
Police: Victim lured out of home by ex-girlfriend, new boyfriend was waiting in Buckshot Drive homicide: Messages on the victim’s phone show he was on a video call with her as he walked out the front door, according to court records. READ MORE
New Industrial Park East eyed by electric vehicle company: One potential tenant, in the electric vehicle industry, could bring over 4,000 jobs with a starting wage of $23/hour. READ MORE
Tennova satellite hospital approved, coming to Trenton Road in 2024: The 12-inpatient-bed and 14-bay satellite hospital will complement services Tennova provides in its Dunlop Lane hospital. READ MORE
Corporate Office Park, with convention center, 2 hotels, planned off Ted Crozier Boulevard: The project is set for a 69-acre parcel northeast of Tennova Healthcare. READ MORE
4 children whose mother was killed in DUI wreck face first Christmas without her: Michelle Shadé Lazu was killed in a wreck on the Bypass in March, leaving behind four children who are now facing a difficult holiday season. READ MORE
COVID relief pay for Montgomery County-affiliated employees OK’d by commission: Employees of Bi-County, Community Corrections, the Health Department and E911 will receive premium pay of up to $10,000. READ MORE
Sen. Marsha Blackburn, Rep. Mark Green on Defense funds that will help Fort Campbell: They said their efforts paid off in getting funding into the bill that would benefit local soldiers, veterans and their families. READ MORE
1 soldier killed, 1 injured after being hit by vehicle during training at Fort Campbell: The accident occurred at approximately 2:30 a.m. in a training area. READ MORE
Christmas Eve, Christmas Day worship: Here’s a list of who will be holding special services. READ MORE
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