Hank Bonecutter is the owner of Clarksville’s oldest radio station WJZM broadcasting at 1400 AM. WJZM is Clarksville’s only radio station committed to local News, Sports, and Talk Radio. He is also a performing comedian and the founder of the charitable Comedy on the Cumberland event.
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Clarksville, TN – Maximized Living along with Marathon Chiropractic is hosting “Resolve: The New Year’s Weight Loss Challenge”. This life-changing event will be held February 2nd, 2013, at Xtreme Ministries, Fort Campbell Boulevard.
This event will share the latest research behind healthful weight loss, so people can establish—and maintain—a proper weight. The event offers a 30-day weight loss challenge, but it is not about body image, rather, its goal is to re-establish the proper function of the human body. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville TN – With the Christmas season comes the needs of others, and there’s no better way to help than reaching out to the families of our soldiers. The needs of military family’s has never been greater than during the holidays.
Operation Eagles Nest depends on the generosity of others to support the families of Fort Campbell soldiers who are deployed during this special time of the year. While fighting for our freedom, a soldier must also worry about his loved ones back home.
Clarksville TN – The Clarksville Firefighters Association is conducting their annual smoke detector give-away, providing life saving devices to those in need this holiday season. The Firefighters Association is working with Manna Cafe Ministries to reach the most people in need.
They held their first event Thursday night, and will be at the Vacation Motel located in New Providence at 650 Providence Boulevard next Tuesday night December 11th from 5:00pm-6:00pm
Clarksville TN – It’s the season for giving, and there’s no better gift, than the gift of life. One Clarksville girl understands that all too well. Coley Moore, a server at Ruby Tuesday, was diagnosed with the disease earlier this year and is in need of financial assistance to help pay medical bills brought on by the illness.
This Saturday, December 8th, when you dine at the Madison Street Ruby Tuesday, twenty percent of all non-alcoholic proceeds will go to Coley. Coupons are available at Appleton Harley-Davidson on the 41-a bypass, and at Ruby Tuesday the day of the event. The coupons are necessary to give Coley credit. «Read the rest of this article»
James Corlew Chevrolet Cadillac teams up with Royals Futbol Club to help raise thousands of dollars for youth soccer program
Clarksville, TN – In the spirit of teamwork taught by youth sports, James Corlew Chevrolet Cadillac is teaming up with Royals Futbol Club to provide their players and coaches with soccer kits filled with equipment bags, pop-up nets, sport cones, scrimmage vests, t-shirts, a sponsorship check and an opportunity to help them raise funds.
Royals Futbol Club will have the opportunity to raise as much as $10,000 through a fundraising opportunity where one lucky recipient will win his or her choice of a 2012 Chevrolet Equinox or 2012 Chevrolet Cruze. Another lucky winner will receive a Home Entertainment Package.
Clarksville, TN – The Convenient Car Care team of Doug Wall, Candace Ursery, and Eddie Marshbanks proudly announce the opening of their new NOVUS Auto Glass store at 2520 Wilma Rudolph Boulevard (next to Valvoline Instant Oil Change).
The new multi-bay building allows the NOVUS factory trained team to service multiple vehicles in a controlled climate facility. Customers will enjoy a comfortable waiting experience and friendly staff. “We are extremely excited to share our new NOVUS facility with the Clarksville community,” said Doug “we have appreciated their support over the years and look forward to now servicing all their auto Glass needs as well.” Convenient Car Care and its family of brands has always been a big supporter of the Clarksville community and will continue to do so.
Part 5 of a 5 Part Series
I said, “Mickey Fisher?”
‘He died last night.”
I don’t remember anything he told me after that, but I knew I had to get my wits about me, and break the news that Mickey Fisher was gone. It wasn’t easy.
Part 4 of a 5 Part Series
He got it honest.
His father, George Fisher, was obsessed with golf; he worked tirelessly on his game. On any given day, you would see George Fisher hitting golf balls in front of Barksdale Elementary School, or at the Clarksville Country Club. George Fisher, Mason Rudolph, and Dave Aaron, all good friends, spent hours on the golf course with their sons.
Mickey Fisher did the same thing.
Part 3 of a 5 Part Series
Clarksville, TN – Mickey Fisher was adjusting to college life, and playing basketball with “Fly” Williams. and the Clarksville community was attracting national attention. During all of this change and excitement, someone caught his eye.
Mary Hopson had graduated from Clarksville High School two years ahead of Mickey. They knew who each other was in high school, but because of their age difference, they never dated. Mary was one of three children from a regular,hard working, go to church on Sunday family. Very close to her father, with a couple of ” over-protective” brothers and a mother who could cook like nobody’s business, Mary Hopson was raised just like Mickey Fisher. Their families never had a lot of money, never had all the latest “things,” they just made the best out of what they had, and they were happy about it.
Part 2 of a 5 Part Series
Clarksville, TN – Mickey Fisher came out of Clarksville High School as one of the best basketball players Clarksville had ever seen. We had come to expect that he would play college ball somewhere, and with the history his family had with , the assumption was that he would play in Clarksville. According to his mother, Myra, he had been offered a scholarship to Jacksonville, but chose to stay in Clarksville and play for the Governors.
It was a delicate situation with his father, George Fisher, still coaching at APSU, and his mother working there as well. Myra Fisher told me, “We hoped it was alright, and that people didn’t see it as a problem, but Mickey knew that he wasn’t going to get any favors, and would have to work hard and earn his spot on the team.”
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