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What I’ve Done
This was a podcast interview recorded in October of 2019 by the The Global Startup Movement.
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Clarksville councilman donates kidney to man in need
CLARKSVILLE, TN (WSMV) -It wasn't exactly a campaign promise, but one Middle Tennessee politician still kept true to his word. A few months ago, Clarksville Ward 1 Councilman Nick Steward learned a man he only knew in passing desperately needed a kidney, so he offered him his.
Clarksville councilman to donate kidney to a friend
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. - Clarksville councilman Nick Steward announced he is donating a kidney to a friend in need of a transplant.
New Terminal Could Bring Business, Commercial Planes
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. - I am proud to have supported this project. The improvements we are making to our airport facilities have been great tools in recruiting business to our community. Infrastructure improvement is a key factor in job creation. Leadership with vision is what will keep our community moving in the right direction.
Clarksville's Downtown Market Moving; Business Owners Concerned
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. - "It's not the government's role to create jobs, but what we can do is create an environment where our small business owners get increased foot traffic here," said Councilman Nick Steward.
Clarksville community collects cards for soldiers at Walter Reed
CLARKSVILLE, TN (WSMV) -Sometimes a simple "thank you" can mean a tremendous amount. It's even more special when it comes in the rare form of a handwritten note. Several members of the Clarksville community have been using cards to show their thanks to wounded warriors at Walter Reed.
Wounded Soldier To Receive Homecoming Ceremony
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. -- A Clarksville councilman was inspired to hold a homecoming ceremony for a wounded soldier who missed his own.
Spc Stanley Zavala receives commendation from TN Governor Bill Haslam at Walter Reed Army Hospital
Clarksville City Councilman Nick Steward is in Washington DC today to meet with wounded soldiers undergoing rehabilitation at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. The Ward 1 Councilman will present the soldiers with certificates from Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam.
Councilman Nick Steward Speaks About Apartment Fire
Councilman Nick Steward spoke to Clarksvillenow.com about the recent apartment fire in his district. More than 30 families displaced by this large fire.