Clarksville Light and Water Becomes
Clarksville Connected Utilities
Spring 2019 - Clarksville Light and Water unveils their re-branding. A new logo and all new upgrades come with the change over. Clarksville Light and Water officially made the change to "Clarksville Connected Utilities" in early spring of 2019. Visit their Website
Walmart of Clarksville's Grand Re-Opening
On April 26th 2019 Walmart Supercenter of Clarksville hosted a ribbon cutting to celebrate their remodel and the grand opening of their new pickup service! Order online, wait at the grocery pickup area, and they will load your groceries for you!
New High School and Clarksville Connected host grand opening and re=branding ceremony
On Saturday, June 1st, the community came together to celebrate Clarksville's new High School and the official re-branding of Clarksville Light and Water to Clarksville Connected Utilities, as well as the building of a state of the art ultra-high speed broadband network for the homes and businesses of our community. Over 200 people were in attendance to celebrate. A special thank you to Centennial Bank of Clarksville and Nabholz for preparing the food and drinks for the event!
U of O Predicts Increased Enrollment for Fall 2019
The University of the Ozarks is predicted to have another record year of enrollment for the start of the 2019-2020 school year. The student body has grown consistently since 2013, when President Richard Dunsworth began his tenure at the university. This past year the university had 26 states and 25 different countries represented. The official count for 2018-2019 was 872 students. The University offers 59 academic programs, 19 varsity sports, 45 clubs and organizations, with a 15:1 student to faculty ratio.