APSU Men’s Baseball
Nashville, TN - First baseman John Hogan’s gave Austin Peay’s baseball team the lead with a two-run single in the ninth and closer Ryne Harper shut the door in Austin Peay’s 7-5 non-conference victory against Belmont, Tuesday night, in the first game at Rose Park.
Hogan came to the plate with the bases loaded after Belmont intentionally walked late substitute Jordan Hankins. Hogan responded with a single through the left side, scoring the game-winning runs. Harper (2-2) recorded the game’s final five outs for the win.
Fort Campbell, KY – Severe weather overnight caused significant damage to facilities and some aircraft belonging to the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne) facilities at Fort Campbell, KY. There were no injuries to personnel.
Damage assessments are underway; the full extent of the damages are not yet known. The Regimental Command Team’s top priorities remain the safety of unit personnel during the clean-up process and sustainment of support to deployed units.
“The resiliency and dedication of our Night Stalker personnel and the support of our Fort Campbell military community will ensure we are able to safely restore our facilities to normal working order,” said Col. Vincent Reap, Deputy Commander, 160th SOAR.
Clarksville, TN – Tenstudents and two staff members recently participated in the APSU Alternative Spring Break trip for a 10-day service trip to Florida.
While traveling to the Everglades National Park, the group stopped for the night at Stephen Foster Cultural State Park in White Springs, FL. The APSU spring break trip visited the state park in 2010 and worked in the restoration area planting two thousand native pine trees.
This year, group members were able to check on their trees, note their growth and removed some barbed wire fence within the restoration area.
Clarksville, TN - At 8:00pm, service has been restored to Bunker Hill Road, Pine Mountain Road, Paddy Run, Shiloh Road area.
Crews are on site, and still working in the following locations; Ambrose Drive and Mills Drive (behind Grandpa’s), Bel Air Subdivision, Collinwood and Charlemagne, Slayden Drive, Jostin Drive and Hawkins Road, Sanders Road, Allenwood and West Park. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville, TN – General Manager Mike Reinfeldt – (opening statements) – I want to thank everybody for coming today. As Steve said, we’d like to really focus on the draft here. The 2011 draft, I think it’s a solid draft. I think there’s some real strengths in some areas, and I think there’s some other areas that aren’t quite as good.
Obviously, some of the questions you might have might be about certain players. Maybe Ruston would start there, and Coach Munchak, more the strengths of the team and the weaknesses and the areas of need. But what I’d like to do is just kind of open it up for questions. «Read the rest of this article»
Tuesday, April 26th, 2011
Clarksville, TN - The Clarksville Gas and Water Department has lifted water conservation measures for North Clarksville. The water distribution system including water tanks are operating at normal capacity.
Clarksville, TN - At 7:00pm we estimate 4,000 customers are without power.
Crews are on site, working in the following locations; Bunker Hill Road and Pine Mountain Road, Ambrose Drive and Mills Drive (behind Grandpa’s), Bel Air Subdivision, Collinwood and Charlemagne, Slayden Drive, Jostin Drive and Hawkins Road, Sanders Road, Allenwood and West Park. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville, TN – On Saturday April 30th, 2011, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation will have collection points in the three grand divisions of the state to participate in the second National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.
The free event will be held from 10:00am to 2:00pm local time at TBI Headquarters as well as the two TBI regional facilities in Memphis and Knoxville.
APSU Men’s Golf
Dickson, TN – Junior Drew Miller and sophomore Dustin Korte each shot two-under par andmen’s golf team is in fifth with 18 holes to play at the 2011 Ohio Valley Conference Men’s Golf Tournament.
Jacksonville State is the runaway leader after 36 holes with a 15-under par 561. UT Martin is 18 strokes back with a three-over 579, along with Murray State at 580 and Eastern Kentucky at 582, ahead of Austin Peay’s two-round 585.
Clarksville, TN – As of 5:00pm, there are 5,000 customers without power. All circuits are back on. Our crews are now focusing on restoring secondary lines.
Major areas include New Providence, Memorial Drive and Ussery Road, Paradise Hill Road and Golf Club Lane, Edmonson Ferry Road and Hawkins Road, and the Wingate area. Also, Fort Campbell Blvd around 101st Parkway, which was the hardest hit area. This includes Bunker Hill Road, Pine Mountain Road, Shiloh Road, Morningside Road and Old Mill Road.
Crews will work into the night to restore service.
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