News in Clarksville: 3 houses burn down during standoff, parents disrupt reunion and other big stories this week
CLARKSVILLE, TN – Here’s a look at some of the top local news from Clarksville Now this week.
3 houses set on fire: firefighters forced to wait while a woman threatens to kill herself: Crews had to wait more than half an hour to watch the blaze spread as police negotiated with the armed woman. READ MORE More: Police broke the deadlock by shooting the woman with a beanbag. READ MORE
Should you be vaccinated against COVID-19? Here’s what the doctors in Clarksville are saying: Many are hesitant about the vaccine, so we asked those who can answer the risk and safety concerns: Your doctors. READ MORE
Parents disrupt school board meeting, demand transparency on COVID-19 policies: About 40 parents interrupted the meeting to shout demands over the mask policy and the public’s contribution. READ MORE
Community gatherings to help uninsured business owners with optic cancer: The owner of Hardy Home Improvement has been diagnosed with optic melanoma. Doctors found a tumor the size of a portabella fungus. READ MORE
An American Jazz cruise ship freed from a sandbank on Lake Barkley: The ship was on its way for trips to Clarksville when it got stuck in the middle of the lake. READ MORE
Tears, laughs and a thunderclap: Friends and family say goodbye to Dylan Lawrence: The 17-year-old died six months and nine days after being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. READ MORE
Adopted son of a murdered elderly couple accused in their double murder in 2010: Ten years ago, police found the couple in their beds, each with a single gunshot wound to the head. READ MORE
Facebook pizza sensation Andrew Dueñas lands at a brick and mortar restaurant: The physical location near Exit 11 will be named Camacho’s Famous, after Dueñas’ father. READ MORE
WWII warbirds take flight over Clarksville Regional Airport: The Texas Raiders Aviation Group offered tours, demonstrations and guest flights. READ MORE
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