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Clarksville City Council will take a look at providing after-school care for children and possibly act on the further demolition of unsafe and and uninhabitable structures within the city when the board meets at 5:30 p.m. today at City Hall.

Texas Department of Transportation officials recently announced that two public meetings to discuss plans and gather public input on the Highway 82 East project in Lamar, Red River and Bowie counties are scheduled in January and February.

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The Martha, David and Bagby Lennox Foundation handed out almost $800,000 in awards during 2019, most to organizations in Red River and Lamar counties, according to foundation president William P. Streng of Houston.

The Clarksville City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to replace roughly 140 feet of two-inch piping and to install new water valves along West Madison Street and North West Street, with costs not to exceed $11,000.

After years of planning and delays, preliminary work on the future Clarksville hospital is underway. Work recently began on replacing, and in places repairing, the building’s foundation said Dr. A.J. Hashmi, who has led the push to renovate the hospital. The structural work, which also inclu…

The council agreed to bid out work to be done on Grove Street, Cheatham Street and Houston Street, and to come up with three more streets in need of work, to be decided upon at the next meeting.

CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville City Council is continuing its efforts to beautify the city and remove run down and uninhabited properties. To that end, the council has ordered a handful of damaged houses be taken care of by the property owners.

Clarksville High School’s homecoming court includes, front row from left, Makayla Moore, Makiyla Bradley, Laura Favela Ortiz abd De’Jah Jones; back row from left, JaQuaydrian Scales, Michael Moore, Tahj’Jarrion Henderson and Joshua Barton.