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Above, hot air balloons adorned Clarksville’s skies for the Town’s 200th bicentennial celebration this weekend. Top, local veterans present the colors at opening ceremonies Friday night. Thousands of people enjoyed the three-day commemoration of the Town’s 200th anniversary, featuring the Harvest Days festival and downtown classic car cruise-in on Saturday and the concert performance by the Band of Oz and Logan Robinson into Saturday evening. The celebration concluded Sunday with a Community Worship Service at the Lake Life Live stage. (Susan Kyte photos)
Clarksville’s 200th birthday bash comes with all the essentials


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Members of the Clarksville Economic Development Association are ready to party with the town’s 200th anniversary celebration this weekend. Opening ceremonies for Clarksville’s Bicentennial weekend will be held Friday at 6:30 p.m. at the Lake Life Live stage at Virginia Avenue and Fifth Street. On Saturday, the town will host the annual Harvest Festival with entertainment, games and shopping on the street, and later in the day the Band of Oz and Logan Robinson will entertain for the final Lake Life Live show of the year. Also set for Saturday is a downtown classic car cruise-in, craft beers and food, and hot air balloons floating over the Lake Country. On Sunday, the town will host an interdenominational community church service beginning at 10 a.m. at the Lake Life Live concert stage, with gospel music performed by The Clarksville Community Choir. CEDA members, from left, Leslie Wood, Heather Hite, Ann Redd, Toby Newcomb, Ronnie Owen, Dale Hite, Ed Brown and Carol Brown. (Susan Kyte photo)

Clarksville takes steps to establish shelter

Bicentennial opening Friday, big day of fun Saturday

VDOT plans roundabout for problem intersection

Right turns to get onto 58, 15, but questions persist about slope at highway crossing

Harris appointed to vacated seat on Clarksville Council

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New Council member Loretta Harris with Clarksville Mayor Kevin Allgood.

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