Clarksville, TN – This afternoon the council session met in a special session to discuss and vote on paying $100,000 for a drainage basin in the Woodstock subdivision.
Questions on this confirmed that Councilman Burkhart, who is a partner in the development does not want any of the money being offered. «Read the rest of this article»
APSU Sports Information: APSU Cross Country
Richmond, KY – men’s cross country team is set to attack at the Ohio Valley Conference Championship’s 9:30am, eight-kilometer race, Saturday, at The Arlington Golf Course.
Scary Economy Hits Halloween: Survey Finds Half of Families Plan to Reduce Spending on Costumes/Treats
Also Finds Two-Thirds of Parents Check Kids’ Candy for Tampering, Half Steal Candy from Kids, One in Seven Has Seen a Ghost
Washington, D.C. – The scariest thing many parents will see this Halloween may be their bank balance, found a new LivingSocial Families survey. The survey, conducted online among more than 4,000 American families with children by Mandala Research, found that more than half of families plan to reduce their Halloween spending this year due to the economy. Among the findings:
More than half of families surveyed (53%) plan to reduce their Halloween spending this year due to the economy. One in three families (35%) plans to spend less on costumes and decorations, 14% are giving out less candy, and 12% are making their families’ costumes this year, rather than buying them. «Read the rest of this article»
APSU Sports Information: APSU Cross Country
Richmond, KY – women’s cross country is prepared as they enter the Ohio Valley Conference Championship’s 10:30am, five-kilometer race, Saturday, at The Arlington Golf Course.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police have received some good leads as a result of the photos released earlier this week. Based on the information received and through their investigation, Police have discovered that their suspect has been quite busy.
He is now linked to shoplifting at Kroger’s which occurred a few days before the robbery.
APSU Sports Information: APSU Soccer
Clarksville, TN – women’s soccer team hits the road for a 3:00pm, Friday contest at Eastern Kentucky, before the season-finale, noon, Sunday at Morehead State.
The Lady Govs are one of several Ohio Valley Conference teams competing for a postseason bid in the league’s final weekend. Depending on how things play out, Austin Peay could finish as high as second place or miss the tournament all together.
Nashville, TN – Three hunters recorded harvests during Tennessee’s third managed elk hunt held October 17th-21st at North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area.
It marks the second straight year that three of the five participants harvested an elk during the hunt. All five participants were Tennessee residents.
Richard Rutherford of Walland was the first person to harvest an elk in this year’s hunt. The weight was unavailable for the elk with a 5×4 rack size that was harvested on the first day. «Read the rest of this article»
APSU Sports Information: APSU Volleyball
Clarksville, TN – ’s volleyball team closes out the home portion of its 2011 schedule with a pair of Ohio Valley Conference contests this weekend. First, the Lady Govs will host Tennessee Tech, 7:00pm, Friday before a 1:00pm, Homecoming Saturday contest against Jacksonville State. Prior to the start of Friday’s contest Austin Peay will recognize four seniors: Marie Mullins, Paige Economos, Kayla Grantham, and Illyanna Hernandez.
Washington, D.C. – A new analysis of Hubble surveys, combined with simulations of galaxy interactions, reveals that the merger rate of galaxies over the last 8 billion to 9 billion years falls between the previous estimates.
The galaxy merger rate is one of the fundamental measures of galaxy evolution, yielding clues to how galaxies bulked up over time through encounters with other galaxies. And yet, a huge discrepancy exists over how often galaxies coalesced in the past. Measurements of galaxies in deep-field surveys made by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope generated a broad range of results: anywhere from 5 percent to 25 percent of the galaxies were merging.
Fort Campbell, KY – The social dice game involving 100% luck will be held at Joe Swing Recreation Facility on November 9th and 30th. Doors open at 6:00pm with game play beginning at 6:30pm. Reservations are strongly suggested, but no experience is necessary to play.
Participants must be 18 or older and there is a $10.00 fee. Fee includes entrance to the event, finger foods, and iced tea. Adult beverages will be available for purchase for those who are 21 and older. «Read the rest of this article»
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