Written by Jay Levin
Nashville, TN – Alexander Radulov’s home debut brought the pre-game headlines, but it was a pair of another young forwards that keyed the Preds 3-1 win over the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday night.
Nashville Predators got second period goals from Matt Halischuk and Gabriel Bourque to break open a scoreless game and then turned things over to Pekka Rinne in the third period. Rinne made 24 saves, including some highlight reel stops early in the third period, for his 40th win of the season. «Read the rest of this article»
Austin Peay Governors Baseball has another quality pitching outing in 5-2 win against the Southeast Missouri Redhawks
APSU Sports: Austin Peay Baseball
Cape Girardeau, MO –‘s baseball team took advantage of a shaky Southeast Missouri defensive outing and a rock-solid effort from its pitching staff to post a 5-2 Ohio Valley Conference victory, Saturday afternoon, at Capaha Field.
Company Builds New Cell Sites, Boosts Capacity and Adds Fiber Optics to Enhance Networks
Nashville, TN – AT&T* invested nearly $1.3 billion in its Tennessee wireless and wireline networks from 2009 through 2011 with a focus on improving the company’s mobile Internet coverage and overall performance of its networks.
During 2011, AT&T made more than 1,650 wireless network upgrades in four key categories in Tennessee. These enhancements include:
Activating approximately 35 new cell sites or towers to improve network coverage. «Read the rest of this article»
Sounds Host 72 Games At Greer Stadium During 2012 Season
Nashville, TN – Single-game tickets for the 2012 www.nashvillesounds.com, over the phone at 615.690.HITS (4487), or in person at the Greer Stadium box office.regular season go on sale at 9:00am this Monday (March 26th) via the team’s online purchase system at
Ticket prices for the upcoming season remain unchanged from 2011: $12.00 for reserved seats and $8.00 for general admission seats when bought at least 24 hours in advance ($14.00/$10.00 for gameday ticket purchases).
Comprehensive Guide Promotes Agriculture to Consumers, Businesses and Policy Makers
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Agriculture recently unveiled the premiere issue of Tennessee Ag Insider magazine, a comprehensive guide to the state’s farms, food and forestry. The department unveiled the magazine to the public March 20th at the annual Ag Day on the Hill celebration at Legislative Plaza in Nashville.
The yearly magazine serves as a primer for government and business leaders and consumers about the impact of agriculture and forestry on the state’s health, environment and economy.
Nashville, TN – It was a mostly optional morning skate today for theat Bridgestone Arena before tonight’s game against the Winnipeg Jets.
The numbers of Anders Lindback, Colin Wilson, Craig Smith, Jordin Tootoo , Roman Josi, Jack Maclellan and Brian McGrattan were the only ones listed on the dry erase board in the locker room as required to participate.
APSU Sports: Austin Peay Women’s Golf
Clarksville, TN –women’s golf team will play in its first spring tournament when it travels to Carbondale, IL, to participate in the Saluki Invitational, Sunday and Monday, at the Hickory Ridge Golf Course.
The 36-hole tournament will be played on a 6,075-yard, par-72 golf layout, a parkland-style course with tree-line fairways and water in play on seven holes.
Fort Campbell’s Child, Youth, and School Services offers a Nutrition Workshop and Certification Class
Fort Campbell, KY – We all know that healthy eating is what we should be doing but sometimes, we aren’t sure if what we think is nutritious, really is. Child, Youth, and School Services is partnering with the University of Tennessee to offer a Nutrition Workshop on April 2nd from 1:00pm until 3:00pm at the Billy Colwell Child Development Center located at 3301 Indiana Avenue.
Topics covered in this workshop will include menu planning, food safety, nutrition guidelines, basic cooking skills, and much more. «Read the rest of this article»
American Heart Association reports Overweight, Obese Adults use electronic device to stick to diet, exercise
Overweight and obese adults using an electronic device that provided daily messages did better at staying on diet and exercise programs.
San Diego, CA – Overweight and obese adults who used an electronic diary program on a personal digital assistant did better at staying on diet and physical activity programs, researchers reported at the American Heart Association’s Epidemiology and Prevention/Nutrition, Physical Activity and Metabolism 2012 Scientific Sessions.
People using the device, which provided tailored dietary and exercise feedback messages, were more successful in adhering to five treatment factors for weight loss. «Read the rest of this article»
APSU Sports: Austin Peay Football
Clarksville, TN –’s football team will scrimmage for a second time, 2:00pm, Sunday, at Governors Stadium, seeking to build on what it has accomplished over the first two spring practice weeks.
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