News in Clarksville: Cats seized from shelter, approved school zoning change and other top stories this week


CLARKSVILLE, TN – Here’s a look at some of the best local reporting from Clarksville Now this week.

94 cats taken from Cats Are Us by County Animal Control, animal cruelty charges filed: Animal Control said many cats were sick or in distress, requiring medical attention. READ MORE

2 teenagers killed in shipwreck on old Route 48: The THP report says two teenagers were killed, aged 15 and 16, in the wreckage this week after they overshot, crashing into a truck. READ MORE

2 doctors charged in opioid distribution case, 1 pleads guilty: The doctors are accused of illegally prescribing more than 46,000 pills. READ MORE and SEE THE REST

School board approves final rezoning proposal with “school option” plan for affected students: The rezoning plan is designed for the opening of Kirkwood Middle School this fall. READ MORE

A soldier pleads guilty to manslaughter for shooting and killing a teenager in an alley: He agreed to serve 10 years as part of the deal. READ MORE

2 plead guilty to second degree murder, kidnapping in 2015 death of a veteran: The woman’s body was found in a rural area of ​​Palmyra in December 2015. READ MORE

Clarksville Blasters opens at Governors Square Mall for foam gun wars: If you have some serious Nerf gun skills, this might be the place to prove them. READ MORE

The Kelley family is closing in on one million TikTok followers: Putting their fun times on video has become a full-time job for this couple. READ MORE

Meet Northeast High’s new head football coach, Claude Townsend: He came here after being stationed at Fort Campbell. Now he plans to bring the discipline he learned over the years to the Eagles team. READ MORE

Camp Beaver 100.3 Rainbow Radiothon raises over $65,000: The Clarksville community has helped us bring together thousands of people to send children with medical needs to summer camp. READ MORE

Clarksville Wildcats win district championship on last-second shot in overtime: CHS defeated rival Rossview for the District Championship. READ MORE

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