August 2017 – What's Up Clarksville


August 31, 2017

Heavy Rains Heading Toward Clarksville

Harvey is no longer a hurricane but still bringing heavy rains as he travels toward Tennessee.  Starting today and into tomorrow, heavy rains are expected to fall in the Clarksville area as Harvey (now a tropical depression) heads our way.  Besides 6-8 inches of rain, it is possible that some […]
August 30, 2017

Ways Clarksville And Ft. Campbell Can Help The Victims Of Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey has devastated Texas.  Their roads have turned into raging rivers, houses flooded and people in need of rescuing.  Rescue efforts are in full swing with many people from all over, bringing their boats to help.  What if you want to help but do not have a boat?  What […]
August 29, 2017

Tamela Giroux Presents “What’s Up Clarksville” September 2017 Newsletter

The September 2017 Newsletter has arrived and just in time!  So much is going on in and around Clarksville that the newsletter is 5 pages long!  If you have any questions regarding the newsletter please do not hesitate to email: [email protected]  If you have any questions regarding buying or selling, […]
August 28, 2017

Clarksville Is Sending Prayers To Texas As Well As Volunteers

Hurricane Harvey began as a Tropical Storm, that eventually picked up strength while traveling through the Gulf of Mexico.  It hit Corpus Christi TX this past Friday evening.  At that point it was considered a category 4 hurricane with winds over 100 miles an hour.  It has since dropped down […]