Nashville, TN – Tamara McMoore of Clarksville will star in the 2009 Pulitzer Prize winning play “Ruined” by Lynn Nottage. The play involves the plight of women in the civil war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo in Africa.
A rain forest bar and brothel in the brutally war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo is the setting for Lynn Nottage’s much honored and acclaimed new play. The establishment’s shrewd matriarch, Mama Nadi both protects and profits from the women whose bodies have become battlegrounds between the government soldiers and rebel forces alike.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission approved the state’s 2011 sport fish regulations during its October at Pickwick Landing State Park.
The new regulations established by the TWRC on Thursday (October 28th) will be effective March 1st, 2011. Among the new regulations for 2011 include:
Slat baskets must be checked at least every 72 hours.
Shovelnose sturgeon may not be harvested. This means that all species of sturgeon must be released immediately.
15-inch minimum length limit on largemouth bass at Great Falls Reservoir. «Read the rest of this article»
APSU Women’s Volleyball
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University’s volleyball team recorded its third consecutive 20-win campaign, downing Tennessee Tech in three sets, Saturday, in Ohio Valley Conference action at the Dunn Center.
Austin Peay (20-6, 11-4 OVC) dominated the first two sets, taking the lead for good at 6-5 in the first set and leading the second set wire-to-wire. The Lady Govs offense was impressive in both sets, recording 14 kills in the opener before recording 16 kills and a .438 attack percentage in the second set.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police Department’s Fatal Accident Crash Team was called out on two separate crashes within a half hour of each other.
One crash resulted in a fatality and the other crash sent a man to Vanderbilt by Life Flight.
APSU Men’s Football
Charleston, IL – Running backs Terrence Holt and Ryan White each had more than 100-yards rushing, but four turnovers proved costly as Austin Peay State University’s football team lost 28-10 at Eastern Illinois, Saturday, in Ohio Valley Conference play.
The Panthers scored three of their four touchdowns on drives following Austin Peay turnovers to record their season’s first win–the fourth TD came after a short punt into the a strong wind.
The loss was the Govs fifth straight, dropping them to 2-6 overall. The loss also means the Governors will endure their third straight losing season.
Fort Campbell, KY – On November 2nd come and play on Outdoor Recreation’s 50 foot outdoor climbing wall. The Challenge Course Complex is now offering beginner climbing classes and has many different routes with eight varying sides offering routes from beginner to advanced. This clinic will cover the basics of rock climbing such as belay technique, equipment use, proper climbing technique, and much more.
After completion of the beginner class, look for upcoming test-off dates granting you privileges to our weekly Open Wall times.
Meet at the Challenge Course Complex located across the street from Outdoor Recreation (ODR) from 4:00pm until 6:00pm. The clinic costs $20.00, and pre-registration is required. The registration deadline is Tuesday by 4:00pm. Participants must be at least 16 years of age. «Read the rest of this article»
Fort Campbell, KY – A 101st Airborne Division Soldier died October 29th, when he came under attack from rocket propelled grenades while on a mounted patrol in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan.
Spec. Pedro A. Maldonado, 20, of Houston, Texas, was an Infantryman assigned to Company B., 1st Battalion, 502th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). He joined the Army in August 2008 and arrived at Fort Campbell in September 2009. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville, TN – This year, Tennessee was recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy for its “dedication and extraordinary efforts” toward the goals of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Only 11 other states were similarly singled out. The recognition came primarily through the work of the state Department of Human Services’ Weatherization Assistance Program – a national leader and one that has weatherized close to 11,000 homes since July 2009. For that, Governor Phil Bredesen has proclaimed Saturday, October 30th as Weatherization Day in Tennessee to promote the economic and environmental benefits of this home energy efficiency program.
“In every corner of the state, citizens as well as contractors have benefitted from this program,” said DHS Commissioner Gina Lodge. “Thanks to Recovery dollars, the tireless work of DHS staff, and our partnerships with 18 local nonprofit and government agencies, we exceeded expectations. I’m honored that the Governor has proclaimed a Weatherization Day, validating those efforts.” «Read the rest of this article»
Written by U.S. Army 1st Lt. R.J. Peek
Ghazni Province, Afghanistan – Just 45 days after officially claiming occupancy at Forward Operating Base Andar, Task Force Iron Rakkasans transformed their location from a sand pit with four walls, to a well-established home with all of the basic accommodations.
The Soldiers of the forward support company were instrumental in the construction and the improvements in the quality of life.
Although the engineer unit supporting 3rd Brigade were the primary builders for the key structures for the Iron Rakkasans to operate at FOB Andar, the handy work of FSC Soldiers did a great deal to improve the living conditions.
APSU Women’s Soccer
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University women’s soccer team close the 2010 regular season with a 1:00pm, Sunday, match at future-Ohio Valley Conference member SIU Edwardsville.
The match will be the Lady Govs final tune-up prior to the OVC Tournament when they face Murray State in an 8:00pm, Thursday match in Morehead, KY. Austin Peay will be looking to correct some issues from its final OVC win, last Sunday, at Tennessee Tech, 2-1.
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