News in Clarksville: Cold murder cases, marijuana debate and other top stories this week

CLARKSVILLE, TN – Here’s a look at the top local news stories from Clarksville Now this week.

Murder in Clarksville: 22 cold cases police are still trying to solve years later: Crime Stoppers announced it will increase the cash reward in these cases from $1,000 to $5,000. READ MORE

Marijuana decriminalization endorsed by City Council: The council added language to support full legalization at the state level for medicinal use. READ MORE

1 killed in industrial accident at Hankook & Company ES battery plant: The plant shut down operations temporarily following the incident. READ MORE

Fake gold jewelry scam circulating through parking lots, gas stations: People are walking into gold stores expecting over $2,000 for the jewelry, only to be sorely disappointed. READ MORE

Appointments to city committees draw objections about lack of diversity from City Council: Only one Black council member was appointed to the six chair positions, despite the council’s racial diversity. READ MORE

‘I thought I was OK’: Man describes being shot by car burglary suspect: The man was shot in the shoulder just seconds after stepping outside to check on the movement outside his house. READ MORE

1 hurt in fire at apartments on Ringgold Road: Firefighters arrived find to heavy smoke and flames. READ MORE

Old Glory opens barrels, releasing first bottles of Tennessee Whiskey: Founder Matt Cunningham said he signed around 1,400 bottles for the inaugural release, which has been in the making for over four years. READ MORE

TikTok duo wipes wish lists for 250 homeless and fostered teens: With over 430,000 TikTok followers, the duo are putting their platform to work helping teens in need. READ MORE

Christmas lights in Clarksville: Have you got the city’s best light display? Make sure your house gets on this interactive map from Clarksville Now. READ MORE

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