APSU Men’s Baseball
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay’s baseball team secured its fifth consecutive Ohio Valley Conference series win with a pair of one-run victories, 8-7 in 10 innings and 5-4, against Tennessee Tech, in a Saturday doubleheader at Raymond C. Hand Park.
Austin Peay (24-19, 12-4 OVC) only trailed for two innings in the series opener and led by a 7-3 margin entering the ninth inning. However, the Govs opened the door with a pair of infield errors in the ninth, including one by shortstop Reed Harper with two out that extended the inning.
Montgomery County, TN – Montgomery County Emergency Medical Services is preparing for EMS Week, scheduled for May 14th – 21st. Citizens will begin to see billboards and photos throughout the community inviting everyone to the week’s activities.
All advertising money was paid through donations; no taxpayer dollars have been used. «Read the rest of this article»
APSU Track and Field
Murray, KY – women’s track and field team finished sixth at the 2011 Ohio Valley Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships, Saturday, at Murray State’s Roy Stewart Stadium.
Eastern Illinois’ women took home their second-straight outdoor championship with 185 points, followed closely by Southeast Missouri at 181. There was distance between second and third, as Eastern Kentucky managed 136 points and Jacksonville State was at 106.5, in third and fourth, respectively. Murray State (48), Austin Peay (44), Tennessee State (34.5), Tennessee Tech (25) and Morehead State (16) rounded out the field.
Clarksville, TN – The victim of yesterday’s shooting at Kellogg Street and Farris Drive is: Willie Lewis Gray, 35 of Clarksville, TN. He has been released from the hospital.
Nashville, TN - The Tennessee Department of Health is urging Tennesseans to take extra precautions when returning to flood- or storm-damaged homes or businesses. Conditions left by severe weather damage can pose a risk of injury or illness.
“We understand how important it is for people whose homes or businesses have been damaged to return as soon as possible to collect belongings and begin repair work, and we want to make sure they do it safely to avoid further deaths and injuries,” said State Epidemiologist Tim F. Jones, MD.
Keep the following safety tips in mind when returning to a damaged building. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – The 17th annualGovernors Bass Tournament is one week away…and the current weather forecast is predicting a near picture-perfect day.
This year’s version will be held Saturday, May 14th, at Kentucky Lake, with registration and boat launching from Paris Landing, Tennessee, State Park. Last season’s tourney was postponed from May 8th to May 23rd, due to flood conditions that surrounded the area. Despite the two-week delay, the tourney still drew 269 boats. «Read the rest of this article»
Tennessee - Treat mom to a special day out at one of eight Tennessee State Park restaurants this Mother’s Day – a perfect time for family and friends to enjoy great food in a beautiful setting.
Clarksville, TN - The Clarksville Police Department has provided some clarification/additional information about the shooting on Bunker Hill Road. The deceased victim was rightfully and legally in the residence. The rounds fired by the homeowner were not responsible for the death of the victim.
Also, based on credible information gathered during the investigation, there is no reason to believe the home invasion was a random act. It is believed, at this point, that a person(s) inside of the residence may have known one or more of the suspects that entered the house.
Nashville, TN – The winning entries for the 2011-12 Tennessee Wildlife magazine photo contest have been selected by the staff of Tennessee Wildlife. The selections will appear in the annual calendar issue of the magazine which will be available by early July.
The staff had the challenging task to select from hundreds of submissions and narrow the entries to 13 photos that will appear in the calendar issue. The 2011-12 calendar issue will begin with the month of August. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – In 2008, Mason Yost was a high school student unsure of where he wanted to go to college or what he wanted to study. That summer, the Cleveland, Tennessee, native ended up making a fateful visit to Clarksville to attend the Governor’s School for Computational Physics at. That’s where he met faculty members such as Dr. Alex King, chair of the physics department, and Dr. Jaime Taylor, dean of the College of Science and Mathematics.
“My interest in physics really began when I attended Governor’s School,” Yost said. «Read the rest of this article»
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