APSU Women’s Softball
Austin Peay (7-23, 2-8 OVC) broke things open early in Game 2, scoring five runs on four hits in the second inning, while also taking advantage of three Tennessee State errors.
Washington, D.C. – This year, you have a few extra days to make contributions to your traditional Individual Retirement Arrangements.
That’s because Emancipation Day, a legal holiday in the District of Columbia, will be observed on Friday, April 15th, 2011, which moves the due date for filing your tax return and making contributions to your 2010 IRA to Monday, April 18th, 2011.
APSU Men’s Tennis
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University men’s tennis locked up a 5-2 Ohio Valley Conference win, Thursday, against Tennessee Tech at the Austin Peay Tennis Courts.
While the sunshine made brief appearances during an otherwise gloomy day, the Govs were zoned in on all aspects. There were times when Tennessee Tech looked to get some footing, but Austin Peay managed to slam the door on every opportunity.
Fort Campbell, KY – A 101st Airborne Division Soldier died March 29th of wounds suffered from small arms fire in Kunar province, Afghanistan.
A total of six Screaming Eagle Soldiers were killed March 29th, while conducting an on-going operation in one of Afghanistan’s most volatile provinces.
APSU Men’s Football
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University’s football team will scrimmage approximately 9:20am, Saturday.
However, if interested fans show up at Governors Stadium, they will be watching APSU’s track meet.
If they want to find the football scrimmage, they will have to venture out to Morgan Brothers Soccer Field.
For the first time since the former Austin Peay football practice field was converted into the home of the Lady Govs soccer team will APSU’s football team scrimmage on grass—APSU has used it for occasional practices in the past. The Tennessee Titans did use the soccer field for scrimmages when they were in Clarksville for training camp in 2006.
Fort Campbell, KY – Three 101st Airborne Division Soldiers were killed March 29th after receiving small arms fire in the Kunar province, Afghanistan.
A total of six Screaming Eagle Soldiers were killed March 29th in separate incidents, while conducting an on-going operation in one of Afghanistan’s most volatile provinces.
The Soldiers were assigned to 2nd Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault.)
Clarksville, TN – One thing that really annoys Dr. Richard Gildrie, emeritus professor of history at Austin Peay State University, is when people commonly mistake Benjamin Franklin for a serious, pompous old man. Don’t even mention to him D.H. Lawrence’s essay criticizing the founding father’s seminal work, “The Autobiography,” unless you’re looking for an argument.
“That essay angered me so much, in which Lawrence took seriously the assumption in ‘The Autobiography’ where Franklin said he wanted to be perfect,” Gildrie said. “The whole thing is obviously a spoof. Few people understand that Ben Franklin was quite a comedian, and the Pennsylvania Gazette was a sort of ‘The Daily Show’ of its time.”
Billboards Designed to Make Motorists Think Twice Before Racing Trains
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Transportation is launching a new safety campaign aimed at eliminating tragic collisions, fatalities and injuries at the state’s 2,815 public at-grade railroad crossings. New billboards and posters will be installed near high traffic railroad crossings across the state to remind drivers and pedestrians to make safe decisions at crossings and around railroad tracks.
Fort Campbell, KY – Military Spouses are an invaluable asset to the Army. They support their Soldiers though mission, deployment, reintegration and reset and keep the home fires burning. Throughout history, military Spouses have been the backbone that provides support for the Soldiers and holds the Family together.
The Army recognizes the support and sacrifices made with Military Spouse Appreciation Day on May 6th. Fort Campbell wants to show gratitude to Spouses with a week’s worth of events and activities May 2nd through May 6th, 2011. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Sixty percent of American taxpayers trust tax preparers to prepare their taxes and find every tax credit and deduction allowed by law. Other taxpayers choose to prepare their taxes themselves. Unfortunately, many of them make serious mistakes on their returns.
Participating H&R Block retail tax offices will offer free Second Look® reviews through April 30th. This program helps taxpayers ensure the accuracy of 2007-2010 returns not prepared by H&R Block. «Read the rest of this article»
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