Motorcyclist Taken by Lifeflight to Vanderbilt
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police have very little information about a motorcycle crash which occurred around 7:00pm, this evening. A motorcycle ridden by 21 year old male was traveling in the center lane, south on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard.
A Pontiac SUV, driven by a male (age, name unknown) was traveling north on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard and was making a left turn at the intersection of Wilma Rudolph/Dunlop Lane onto a private roadway. The Pontiac turned into the path of the motorcycle and the motorcycle crashed into the SUV. «Read the rest of this article»
Written by Doug Brumley
Nashville, TN – Coming into Tuesday night’s game at Bridgestone Arena, the Vancouver Canucks had gone 13 straight games without a regulation loss. The Nashville Predators snapped that streak with a confident 3-1 victory, winning the special teams battle against the league’s top power play and getting a huge game from Mike Fisher.
Early turnovers by the Predators at their own blueline made for a sluggish start for the home team, but by the time the clock hit the 5:00 mark Nashville started taking better care of the puck. With more precise exits from the defensive zone, the Predators were able to use their speed and generate 11 shots and several close calls in the opening 20 minutes. The Canucks had their share of chances too, and the fairly even period fittingly ended tied 0-0. «Read the rest of this article»
Fort Campbell, KY – Taylor Youth Center is excited to bring the Buddy Lee “Jump into Fitness Program” to Fort Campbell where he will offer his training workshop to complement the Garrison’s “Get Fit Be Strong” program. Jump rope was the key to Buddy Lee’s success in developing into an Olympic athlete.
Buddy offers Jump Rope Certifications and his mission is to motivate, educate and encourage people to jump rope as a way of life and to inspire people to make their dreams come true. «Read the rest of this article»
APSU Sports: Austin Peay Women’s Softball
Clarksville, TN –’s softball team will open it home schedule, 2:00pm, Wednesday, when it welcomes Trevecca to Cheryl Holt Field for a doubleheader.
This will be the first meeting between the two schools since the 1995 season, with Austin Peay holding a 4-0 all-time advantage in the series.
Fort Campbell, KY – Yesterday Fort Campbell welcomed 186 soldiers from the 159th Combat Aviation Brigade home from a year long deployment to Southern Afghanistan. This was to be the final large group from the 159th Combat Aviation Brigade to return home. As of this point all 8 brigades that comprise the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) are back home at Fort Campbell until elements of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team begins to deploy in the spring.
Family and friends of the returning soldiers had gathered together to give their loved ones a proper welcome home.
Austin Peay Men’s Baseball at Memphis Tigers
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay Baseball begins a four-game road trip when it visits Memphis for a 4:00pm, Wednesday contest at FedEx Field. The Governors will look to bounce back following a disappointing 10-1 loss to Illinois State, Sunday, that was the only blemish on a 3-1 start to their season.
Memphis will seek a measure of revenge against the Ohio Valley Conference after dropping 2-of-3 to OVC member SIU Edwardsville, last weekend. Austin Peay will turn to junior right-hander Casey Delgado, just four days after his previous start. Memphis will turn to junior left-hander Michael Wills, who made a relief appearance last weekend, in an attempt to stymie the Govs.
MSNBC contributor, award-winning investigative journalist, social activist, political commentator to speak at Austin Peay State University
Clarksville, TN – From his celebrated conversations with marquee world figures in politics, business and entertainment, his grassroots work to inspire the next generation of leaders, his BET specials and weekly commentaries on the nationally syndicated “Tom Joyner Morning Show,” to his work as CEO of Jeff’s Nation LLC, Jeff Johnson has established himself as an authentic voice for change and a trailblazing social entrepreneur. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – In an update to a story reported earlier at, it’s been learned that a class-action lawsuit has not been filed on behalf of Clarksville Tennessee area businesses who were affected by the 2010 flooding. Those interested in filing a claim against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will get the opportunity to meet with the law firm of Bass Berry and Sims this Friday morning to understand the procedure of filing that claim.
According to a representative at the Nashville law firm, the statute of limitations will expire in April 2012 for anyone to file a claim related to the 2010 floods that devastated much of the Middle Tennessee area, including Clarksville.
Nashville, TN –President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today that the club has recalled forward Chris Mueller (KRIHS MEW-luhr) from Milwaukee (AHL).
Mueller, 25 (3/6/86), has been recalled twice already this season, going pointless in four NHL games. The West Seneca, NY, native is ranks seventh in the AHL in goals in addition to being tied for the League lead in game-winning goals (6). «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – There will be a class-action lawsuit filed against the Army Corps of Engineers for their handling of the 2010 floods filed on behalf of several Clarksville businesses.has learned that a meeting is scheduled for Friday with the Nashville law firm, Bass Berry and Sims to discuss the arrangements. There’s been no confirmation that the City of Clarksville will join the suit, since it’s fairgrounds park property was flooded, causing delays in the marina project that was underway at the time.
The 2010 flood caused damages in the millions of dollars to business and property owners along the Cumberland River, when the banks of the river rose over sixty feet above flood stage.
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