APSU Men’s Basketball
The victory improves the OVC-leading Governors to 15-9 overall and 9-3 in the OVC. Meanwhile, the Skyhawks fall to 8-16 overall and 3-9 in the OVC.
APSU Women’s Basketball
Clarksville, TN – Senior Brooke Faulkner scored all 16 of her points in the second half to help leadwomen’s basketball team to a 69-61 come-from-behind victory in Ohio Valley Conference play, Thursday night, at the Dunn Center.
Austin Peay (8-16, 7-5 OVC) overcame a 13-point deficit just five days after surrendering an 11-point lead at Morehead State. UT Martin led by that margin, 41-28, with 15:52 remaining in the game following senior Alecia Weatherly’s three-point field goal.
Fort Campbell, KY – In a flight that arrived just after midnight today, 199 Soldiers from three different 101st Division units returned from Afghanistan. The flight was comprised of 197 members of the 3rd Brigade combat Team (Rakkasans), 1 member of the 1st Brigade Combat Team (Bastogne Bulldog), and 1 member of the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade (Wings of Destiny).
Family and friends of the returning soldiers had gathered together to give their loved ones a proper welcome home.
Clarksville, TN – Three employees atrecently were recognized through their scholarly and professional activities.
Dr. Culley Carson-Grefe, professor of languages and literature, delivered a paper, titled “Teaching Business French: A Communicative Approach,” on January 11th at the Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities. «Read the rest of this article»
Traffic Fatalities Increase in 2010
Nashville, TN – Preliminary figures indicate the number of traffic fatalities on Tennessee roadways has increased for the first time in five years, rising from 986 in 2009 to 1,030 in 2010, with 30 percent of the change attributed to pedestrian fatalities. Aiming to reduce that number, improve highway safety and save lives, the Tennessee Highway Patrol will once again participate in several enforcement initiatives in 2011.
“It is important that we remain vigilant in protecting our roadways and reducing fatal and injury crashes in Tennessee,” said Department of Safety and Homeland Security Commissioner Bill Gibbons. “Safer highways and byways is one of our top priorities. With enforcement initiatives to detect and remove impaired drivers from the roadways to education programs that focus on increasing safety belt usage, the Highway Patrol is making every effort to ensure the public’s safety and to save lives.”
Clarksville, TN – Adrian Henning, a two-time first-team All-Ohio Valley Conference forward who led themen’s basketball team to back-to-back league championships and a 2003 NCAA tournament appearance; Paige Smith, who helped lead the Lady Govs basketball team to a trio of NCAA tournaments also during the early part of this decade, and Ryan Bennett, one of the best two-way catchers in APSU history who helped lead the Bats Govs to their first NCAA tournament appearance in 1996, will be inducted into the University’s Athletics Hall of Fame, Saturday.
The 9:00am, induction ceremonies in the Dunn Center’s front lobby will see the APSU Athletic Hall of Fame grow to 97. The newest inductees and their families also will be honored during halftime ceremonies of APSU’s home contest against Murray State.
Fort Campbell, KY – We are women; hear us roar with Outdoor Recreation’s Women in the Wilderness adventure series! Get your best girlfriends together for an opportunity for some great outdoor fun and adventure. Women in the Wilderness is a program designed for women 18 years old and up to enjoy outdoor sports and learn new skills, as well as meet likeminded women who want to live a healthy, outdoor lifestyle.
In February we will be focusing on Mountain Biking; offering two different times of Tuesday days and Thursday evenings. Preregistration required by close of business the day prior to clinic or trip date. «Read the rest of this article»
Written by U.S. Army Spc. Kimberly K. Menzies
Paktika Province, Afghanistan – The command team from 4th Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, attended a peace conference hosted by Paktika Province Gov. Moheebullah Samim at the Governor’s Provincial Center January 22nd.
The main topics discussed at the conference were economic betterment, peace and security.
“Soon construction will begin on a local prison, which will not only help improve security but will help provide jobs for the local area,” said U.S. Army Col. Sean M. Jenkins, commander of Task Force Currahee, and native of Ridgefield, CT.
Friday, February 4th, 2011
Clarksville, TN – A Gas and Water construction crew will disrupt water service on Dunlop Lane from Rollow Lane to Charles Bell Road beginning Friday, February 4th, at 9:00am to approximately 4:00pm.
Workers will be performing water main line maintenance along Dunlop Lane.
Yonkers, NY – On February 6th, many will gather to watch the Big Game. Those hosting parties should make sure the drama comes from the field and not from sick guests or post-game home repairs. ConsumerReports.org has compiled its list of the top five Big Game party “flags” and tips on how to avoid them.
“The Big Game has become one of the best holidays of the year, with lots of food, drink, friends, and fun,” says Daniel DiClerico, Senior Editor for Consumer Reports. “If you’re hosting the party, you just need to make sure any blown calls are limited to the field of play.” «Read the rest of this article»
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