APSU Women’s Golf
Germantown, TN – Weather conditions played havoc with scores, Monday, andfinds itself in 12th place after the first round of the inaugural Memphis Invitational, being played at the Ridgeway Country Club.
Darkness prevented the tourney’s second round to be completed. Only Lady Govs’ No. 1 player Chelsea Harris (80-79) was able to complete both rounds.
Playing in extremely windy conditions, the Lady Govs shot a 330, 25 strokes higher than APSU’s final-round of the «Read the rest of this article»APSU Intercollegiate. Weather in another respect added to the Lady Govs difficulties.
Written by U.S. Army Spc. Richard Daniels Jr.
Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan – Food, ammunition, equipment and supplies are required to successfully fight the war in Afghanistan especially for the 1st Squadron, 32nd Calvary Regiment, Task Force Bandit.
When the battalion requires specific materials, TF Bandit’s Administrative and Logistics Operations Center gets the request and gathers the desired product.
“The role of the ALOC is to support Area of Operations Bandit with supplies and material,” said U.S. Army Capt. Johnathan M. Wagner of Lawton, OK, officer in charge of the ALOC with 1st Squadron, 32nd Cavalry Regiment, Task Force Bandit. “We have a supply representative from each troop here at the ALOC. We have an ammo noncommissioned officer in charge and we have a maintenance guy.”
Clarksville, TN – The Phase IV of the Liberty Park development will soon be underway. Phase IV will include the new Wilma Rudolph Pavilion and the Great Lawn amphitheater area that will have terraced grass seating areas for shows and concerts.
The new pavilion will be a year-round facility and could hold 500 people in itself. The grass seating area is expected to hold up to 4000 people. The cost came in at $5.6 million, which was a little bit under the expected bid. This keeps the total price of Liberty Park and Clarksville Marina within the projected $28 million project costs.
Christian County – A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans a traffic shift for both directions of travel on Interstate 24 near the 82 mile marker in Christian County on Tuesday, October 26th, 2010.
The traffic shift on I-24 is to facilitate ongoing work at the new Breathitt-Pennyrile Parkway Interchange.
Starting sometime Tuesday morning, all traffic will move to the right-hand or driving lane at the site to allow work in the median. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has added a Middle Tennessee man to the state’s most wanted fugitive list after he was indicted by the Rutherford County Grand Jury earlier this month and hasn’t been located by authorities.
Shondell Latete Frazier, 35, last known address 2203 Haven Drive, Murfreesboro, TN is wanted by the Murfreesboro Police Department on five counts of rape, five counts of incest and probation violation. «Read the rest of this article»
Fort Campbell, KY – Tutor.com is the world’s largest online tutoring service. The Tutor.com network of over 2,000 professional tutors and career specialists have delivered more than 5 million one-to-one tutoring and career sessions in a proprietary online classroom optimized for learning, since 2001.
On Wednesday, October 27th the R.F Sink Library will be hosting Tutor.com for Families from 3:30pm until 4:30pm where Tutor.com can help your whole Family-with homework, studying, college classes, resume writing, career transitions and more. Tutor.com will also have a representative and information table at the Newcomer’s Fair at the Family Resource Center (FRC) on Thursday, October 28th, from 11:00am until 3:00pm. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Students at Columbia State Community College who wish to enroll atafter earning their associate degree will be able to transfer with ease, in large part due to a new dual admissions agreement between the two postsecondary institutions.
Leaders from both APSU and Columbia State will sign the dual admissions agreement, known as the Austin Peay Guarantee, during a press conference at noon, Friday, November 12th in the president’s conference room at Columbia State’s campus in Columbia. The agreement signing is open to the public.
“Over the years, Columbia State has sent us great students, and I’m happy to see our two institutions take this new step, which will pave the way for other students in the future,” APSU President Tim Hall said. «Read the rest of this article»
Fort Campbell, KY – The Soldier’s Medal, the highest award a Soldier can receive for an act of valor in a non-combat situation, will be awarded to a Fort Campbell Soldier, October 29th. Specialist Jose A. Ortiz-Fernandez, 63rd Chemical Company, will receive the medal at Fort Campbell for his heroic actions on June 19th, 2010, when he rescued a woman from a submerged vehicle in the Cumberland River near Clarksville, Tennessee.
According to the award citation, Ortiz-Fernandez was at a park, adjacent to the river, when he witnessed a female drive her vehicle onto a boat ramp and into the water. With complete disregard for his own safety, he dove into the water and battled stiff currents to reach the vehicle. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – The Open Burning Ban in the City of Clarksville has been lifted as of today. The City will now follow the Open Burning Ordinance that we currently have on the books.
Program to Provide Improved Access to Tennessee Rivers and Streams
Nashville, TN – Theand the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency are excited to announce the launch of a new program designed to improve access to Tennessee’s waterways. The Park and Float Program will increase recreational opportunities across the state by providing parking areas and access points at rivers and streams along the state’s roadways.
Under the Park and Float initiative, TDOT and TWRA established a list of candidate streams and rivers for the program. Some of the locations have been created at existing bridges, while others will be created when a TDOT bridge project is initiated on a stream or river on the Park and Float candidate waters list. Many of the newly created access areas will require minimal construction because bridge projects often have haul roads that will simply be left in place. «Read the rest of this article»
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