Kenwood High School “slumped” Instagram account features principal sleeping in class

A series of unofficial Kenwood High School Instagram accounts that students use for fun and to bring awareness of things around campus have popped up this school year. There’s KHS confessions, and even KHS Damages – which is used to document all the broken things in the school.

Currently gaining the most attention, though, is KHS Slumped – which documents people slumped over or sleeping at school. While it’s mostly fun and entertaining, a student says they have captured the best picture of all. The photo, taken in early November, appears to show Kenwood High School Principal Dr. James K. Bailey asleep at a desk in a classroom while students say he was doing a teacher observation.

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Eviction leads to a standoff at Clarksville’s Autumn Winds Apartments Thursday

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputies attempted to serve a Writ of Eviction at Autumn Winds Apartments on Ted A. Crozier Blvd, at Building 700 earlier this morning. The occupant refused to leave and has now secured herself in the apartment. Sheriff’s Negotiators are working to bring a peaceful resolution to this incident.

First responders are on standby per safety protocols for all involved. The department is asking the residents to please stay back from law enforcement and the south side of building 700. This is a developing story.

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Inmate found dead hours after being booked into Montgomery County Jail — John Frederick Murray Jr

44-year John Murray, Jr., was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on May 5th just before 4 p.m. on DUI related charges. Sources familiar with his intake say he told staff he would be detoxing from alcohol in a “very bad way” if unable to post his $8,000 bond. Hours later he would be found dead in his cell.

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Adopt, don’t shop! at Montgomery County Animal Care & Control

Montgomery County Animal Care and Control Director David Kaske are asking for the community’s help this Christmas season. Each year, Montgomery County Animal Care and Control, along with other shelters across the United States, receives a high intake of puppies from January through March. The intake comes from well-intentioned individuals who want to give their children, spouse or friend a puppy for Christmas.

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