APSU Women’s Softball
Clarksville, TN - Austin Peay’s softball team fell behind early against Eastern Michigan Saturday morning at Lady Govs Field and never recovered on their way to an 8-3 loss.
The second game of the doubleheader was suspended by lighting and rain in the top of the third inning, with Austin Peay leading 1-0.
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Franklin, TN – Members of the Franklin Rotary at Breakfast present a $500.00 check to representatives of the Fort Campbell Spouses Club during a gathering at Tennessee Commerce Bank. The donation benefitted the 2011 VICE (Very Important Charity Event) Night at Fort Campbell.
APSU Men’s Baseball
Murray, KY – Austin Peay’s baseball team was unable to get its Ohio Valley Conference schedule underway as rain washed out Saturday’s action at Murray State’s Reagan Field. The Govs and Thoroughbreds will now play a noon, Sunday doubleheader with two seven-inning contests scheduled, according to league policy.
Both games will be broadcast on WVRY 105.1 FM and simulcast via streaming audio on www.LetsGoPeay.com. However, due to a previously scheduled broadcast, the game will be joined in progress at noon.
Clarksville, TN – The Austin Peay State University Department of Health and Human Performance will conduct a preschool fitness program next month.
Students enrolled in the health and human performance program will teach classes in body awareness, catching, kicking, throwing and striking skills, rhythm and dance, and gymnastics activities. «Read the rest of this article»
Washington, D.C. – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed.
It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product.
Fort Campbell, KY – When it comes to fun and games, DW Rec. has the month of April covered. From special visits by the Easter Bunny, to gaming tournaments; your Family is bound to have a good time. Got Ping-Pong? DW Rec. does. Sunday, April 3rd, you can play in the Post Wide Table Tennis Tournament. The games begin at 2:00pm and trophies will be awarded to the top three finishers.
Welcome spring with a special Easter/spring time craft on Sunday, April 10th. This is a perfect opportunity for the whole Family to come make a special spring time craft. Craft making takes place from 2:00pm to 3:30pm. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan joined with members of the city’s Information Technology Department on Tuesday, March 22nd, to recognize the 35th anniversary of Jeannie Hiller’s employment with the city. Hiller is the IT Department’s executive assistant.
“I’ve been here though several mayors,” Hiller told Mayor McMillan. “There were some good days and some bad days, but the good days outweighed the bad.”
Clarksville, TN – It’s been 10 months since the Great Flood of 2010, but Eric Larson the owner of Larson Enterprises remembers it well. “”When the manager got here that morning at 5:00am and the water was on the far side of the intersection. We thought that it would stop by time it reached the sidewalk, but instead it kept inching up all day. The old store was raised up slightly so towards the end it was like an island surrounded by the rising water.”
Indeed many of you remember the sight of the lone car abandoned at the drive-thru window. “The driver of the car was not allowed to leave by the police, who feared that the water around the store had gotten too deep.” Larson said. “The water kept rising and before you know it, we had 2-1/2 foot of water in the store, the water got up to the table tops.”
Clarksville, TN – What inspires fear or discomfort? Is what a person feels unique, or is it part of a collective consciousness? How do people respond to environment and atmosphere? These are the questions that inspire Austin Peay State University art student Jessica Griffin, who has been creating work digitally since childhood.
Raised by Nashville artist Stephanie Helmey and Architect Stephen Helmey, Griffin was encouraged from an early age to explore new media for expression. She uses computer modeling and image manipulation to explore the dark aspects of the human condition. In her new show “Forgotten Dementia[n],” which opens with a reception from 6:00pm to 8:00pm on March 28th in the Trahern Student Gallery, she focuses on asylums and society’s rejection both of the patients sent there and, eventually, the institutions themselves. «Read the rest of this article»
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