Nashville, TN – The Chicago Blackhawks broke things open in the 2nd period when Marcus Kruger and Jonathan Toews scored back to back goals within 66 seconds of each other. The Blackhawks go on to defeat the Nashville Predators Sunday night 3-0 in front of a sold out crowd at Bridgestone Arena.
The shutout was the third this season for the Predators. All Nashville loses in regulation have been shutouts. «Read the rest of this article»
APSU Sports: Austin Peay Women’s Softball
Auburn, AL – Austin Peay State University’s softball team couldn’t get its offense going, on Sunday at the Plainsman Invitational, scoring one run in each game in dropping a 3-1 decision to Furman in the morning and a 9-1 final to host Auburn in the afternoon.
Clarksville, TN – Last spring, Clarksville’s Gateway Chamber Orchestra quietly released its second album, “Chamber Symphonies,” featuring works by Romanian composer George Enescu and Austrian composers Franz Schreker and Arnold Schoenberg.
The group, made up of Austin Peay State University music faculty and other professional musicians, then took some time off for the summer break. When they returned to Clarksville last fall, the orchestra quickly set to work on one of its most ambitious seasons yet.
Clarksville, TN – On February 10th, 2013, around 12:30am, Clarksville Police received a tip that Martavious Demond Briggs was in a club at 202 Walker Street. When Police arrived, they found Martavious Briggs inside the club and took him in custody without incident.
Martavious Briggs was wanted by Clarksville Police in connection with a case where shots were fired at a party at 135 Westfield Court January 31st, around 10:30pm. Two people had received gun shot wounds in the incident.
Market Commentary by Scott J. Brown, Ph.D., Chief Economist
Federal Reserve Governor Jeremy Stein fell short of declaring that credit markets are overheating, but suggested that an extended period of low interest rates could lead to the taking on of greater duration of credit risks, or to employment of greater leverage in a “reach for yield.” He said that the Fed must monitor the financial markets closely and could address signs of excessive risk-taking through regulatory efforts or through monetary policy.
Next week, President Barack Obama will deliver his State of the Union Address on Tuesday evening (which is also Mardi Gras). Most likely, the President will ask that Congress postpone the sequester through the end of the year. Note that it’s not costless to do so – there has to be an offsetting increase in revenues (possibly closed loopholes) or reduction in other types of spending (say, reduced farm subsidies). The reports on retail sales and industrial production have some market-moving potential, but seasonal adjustment could exaggerate what would otherwise be minor shifts in the data. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – This March, Austin Peay State University’s premiere choral ensemble – the Chamber Singers – will showcase their talents in east Tennessee during their 2013 recruiting tour. The group will visit local high schools during the day, and they will perform free concerts each night for members of these local communities.
“We’re going to recruit Tennessee’s finest by showing them the excellent choral singing we have here at Austin Peay,” Dr. Korre Foster, director of choral activities at APSU, said. “Not only will we perform for them, but the high schoolers will get to interact with our students, asking them questions about Clarksville, our campus and college life.” «Read the rest of this article»
Blanchfield Army Community Hospital dietician and local massage students encourage activity, nutrition, sleep and relaxation
Patient Recognition Month
Fort Campbell, KY – Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH) dietician and local massage school students offered 54 patients and staff an opportunity to learn more about the valuable health benefits of activity, nutrition, sleep and relaxation February 8th during Patient Recognition Month as they participated in a Wellness class and received free 10-minute massages.
BACH Dietician Capt. Christina Deehl told patients to avoid “fad” diets and to be careful about taking supplements.
My name is Carlo. I am a Christ-follower and sometimes, I really want to punch Christians right in the kisser.
Listen, I know that according the biblical qualifications for a pastor, I should not be quick to anger or sinfully violent. Relax, He’s still working on me. Nevertheless, when I read about Christians who leave ignorant notes on receipts instead of generous tips I want to find those dear “brothers and sisters” and “lay hands” on them in the name of the Lord. Maybe Christian on Christian violence isn’t the best way to spread the love of Jesus, but folks like this make it really hard to convince the world that we are not all “holier than thou” crazies. «Read the rest of this article»
APSU Sports: Austin Peay Women’s track and Field
Geneva, OH - Austin Peay State University senior runner Chantelle Grey placed 11th in the 800m run at Saturday’s Spire Invitational with an indoor personal-best 2:07.69 run.
Chicago Blackhawks vs. Nashville Predators
Sunday, February 10th | 7:00pm (CT)
On Saturday night, Paul Gaustad tallied his first regular-season goal in a Predators sweater when he beat Niklas Backstrom midway through the first period – he tallied his first goal for the Predators in Game One of the 2012 Western Conference Quarterfinals against Detroit (April 11th, 2012). «Read the rest of this article»
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