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Recent articles by Henry:

Highlights: The Leaf's best photos from September

The best photos from the Leaf Chronicle during the month of September; from a vote on mask mandates to weekly football. → Read More

Highlights: August's Photos of the Month from

Highlights: August's Photos of the Month from The Leaf-Chronicle → Read More

The Trench League, school board protests and training for a bare-knuckle fight: The Leaf-Chronicle's best photos of July 2021

The best photos of the month of July from Leaf-Chronicle photographer Henry Taylor and others. → Read More

Highlights: The Leaf Chronicle's best photos from April, brought to you by Henry Taylor

Spring of 2021 is lush with blooms, baseball, and stepping toward the door out of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Highlights: The Leaf Chronicle's photos of the month—the tides of March

The Leaf Chronicle's photographer Henry Taylor's photos of March 2021, a month of ebbs and flows. → Read More

Sights Around Clarksville: The Leaf-Chronicle's month in photos, Feb. 2021 edition

From a snow storm to city council meetings, here are some of the moments of Clarksville's February in photos. → Read More

Sights Around Clarksville: The Leaf-Chronicle's month in photos, Jan. 2021 edition

January brought a cold start to the year filled with empty spaces and chill temperatures. Here are some spare photos from walking around Clarksville this month. → Read More

Henry Taylor: A lifetime of Clarksville experiences in a year of photos

Photos of the year in Clarksville, Tennessee in Montgomery County → Read More

APSU's Mad Scientist lights up a pot full of thermite, at 4,000 degrees

Bryan Gaither, the laboratory manager and mad scientist of APSU, brought a demonstration where he burned a pot full of thermite for students in the Governors School of Computational Physics. → Read More

The Lost Class: Portraits and Polaroids of the 2020 grads trapped in time

For the Class of 2020, senior year crashed to a stop. → Read More

Just enough snow for some grassy sledding in Clarksville

A thin blanket of snow covered the yards on Friday morning, but that was enough to call off school and to send some families out looking for fun. → Read More

Orlinda, the sunniest spot in Tennessee, and its odyssey toward internet

Orlinda, a small farming community 45 miles north of Nashville, finds itself in the center of a project to bring broadband internet to rural Tennessee. → Read More

Recruits face 'Hell Night' to prepare for life as Clarksville firefighters

A day before being sworn in and assigned their shifts as part of Clarksville Fire Rescue, Class 02-19 went through "Hell Night." → Read More

Elderly man found near river by boy and his dog, pulled out by rescue team

An elderly man who was found unconscious at the bottom of an embankment by the Cumberland River had to be brought out by Clarksville Fire Rescue. → Read More

Land Between the Lakes gets new bridge over Lake Barkley, plus biking/hiking trail

The ribbon cutting marked the official opening of the Lake Barkley Bridge and multi-use trail connecting to Land Between the Lakes. → Read More

Firefighter, cook, farmer, teacher: Portraits of the Clarksville workers we rely on every day

Ahead of Labor Day, the national holiday set aside for the workers that built America, here are pictures of people that keep us running. → Read More

Over obstacles and into a new town, Clarksville fire chief finding his way

New Clarksville Fire Chief Freddie Montgomery passes agility course and is working on getting to know the community and his new department. → Read More

What 2 young dancers plan to do in New York during Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade trip

Two girls from a local nonprofit, Infinity Dance Academy, were selected and will be performing in the 2019 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. → Read More

How backyard farmer Marvin Porter learned to bury his troubles, green his thumbs and grow enormous sunflowers

After losing his wife of 54 years and a year-long hiatus from growing sunflowers, Marvin Porter is back with 13-foot-tall sunflowers. → Read More

Let's Go Peay! Hooah! Football team joins soldiers to tackle obstacle course at Fort Campbell

Austin Peay State University football players got a new kind of workout Thursday morning at Fort Campbell. → Read More