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Nashville Sounds errors costly in 6-2 loss to Iowa Cubs at First Tennessee Park

 

Nashville Sounds

Nashville SoundsNashville, TN -The Iowa Cubs spoiled the evening for 11,691 fans at First Tennessee Park by topping the Nashville Sounds, 6-2, Wednesday night. Three costly errors burned the Sounds as the third-largest crowd in ballpark history took in the game.

Nashville scored first as Ramon Laureano provided early fireworks with a two-run home run down the right-field line in the bottom of the first inning. Laureano’s seventh of the season came moments after Nick Martini extended his on-base streak to 64 games with a leadoff single.

Nashville Sounds Fall to Iowa Cubs in Front of Huge Crowd at First Tennessee Park. (Nashville Sounds)

Nashville Sounds Fall to Iowa Cubs in Front of Huge Crowd at First Tennessee Park. (Nashville Sounds)

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TBI indicts Former Stewart County Sheriff’s Detective David Evans, Charged with Official Misconduct

 

Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI)

Tennessee Bureau of InvestigationNashville, TN – An investigation by Special Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) has resulted in an indictment for a former sheriff’s detective in Stewart County in connection to the December suicide of his acquaintance.

On December 2nd, at the request of 23rd District Attorney General Ray Crouch, TBI Special Agents began investigating the shooting death of a man at a home on Lower Cross Creek Road in Indian Mound.

David Evans

David Evans

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Clarksville Police Department has Five graduate from Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy

 

Clarksville Police Department

Clarksville Police Department - CPDClarksville, TN – On June 22nd, 2018, five officers from the Clarksville Police Department graduated from twelve weeks of training at the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy.

We want to congratulate all five officers for successfully graduating the academy. They will now embark on a 14 week of field training program with veteran Field Training Officers to build on the basic law enforcement skills imparted to them at the academy.

(L to R): Derek Meyer (Class Vice President), Lyssed Pacheco, Alyssa Wade (Leadership Award), Brandon Wells, Andy Gonzalez.

(L to R): Derek Meyer (Class Vice President), Lyssed Pacheco, Alyssa Wade (Leadership Award), Brandon Wells, Andy Gonzalez.

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Jammin’ in the Alley features Joel Brown Band July 6th

 

Jammin’ in the Alley

Jammin in the AlleyClarksville, TN – Jammin’ in the Alley, a free concert series on Strawberry Alley in the heart of downtown Clarksville, continues this week with a free concert and family fun.

The concert will be from 7:00pm-10:00pm Friday, July 6th, 2018 with a performance by the Joel Brown Band, a popular local band described as an eclectic mix of acoustic funk.

Joel Brown Band to headline Jammin’ in the Alley this Friday.

Joel Brown Band to headline Jammin’ in the Alley this Friday.

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101st Airborne Sustainment Brigade “Lifeliners” 4th of July Shout Out

 

Video by Sgt. Lerone Simmons
101st Airborne Division (AA) Sustainment Brigade Public Affairs

101st Sustainment Brigade - LifelinersFort Campbell KY - 101st Airborne Division

Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan – The 101st Airborne (Air Assault) Sustainment Brigade “Lifeliners” would like to wish everyone back home a very happy Independence Day.

Col. Stan Sliwinski, commander of the 101st Sustainment Brigade, and CSM Anthony McAdoo, Command Sgt. Maj. of the 101st Sustainment Brigade, have a special holiday message to those back home at Fort Campbell, KY and the surrounding communities; have an amazing holiday, stay safe and thank you for your continued support to our soldiers deployed here at Bagram, Afghanistan.

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2017-18 Top-10 — No. 4: APSU has an abundance of OVC honors

 

APSU Sports Information

Austin Peay State University Sports - APSU - Governors - Lady GovsClarksville, TN – Usually in Austin Peay State  University’s yearly top-10 countdown, APSU takes special care to identify each individual who was named Ohio Valley Conference Coach, Player, Freshman or other comparable “Of the Year” honor for their respective sport, because that’s a big deal and needs to be recognized as such.

But, well… there were too many this year, so they all get to go here.

Between coaches and players, 14 members of the Austin Peay extended family earned one of the top honors for their respective sport in 2017-18, including five Freshman of the Year honors.

Austin Peay Men's Basketball's Terry Taylor has named OVC Freshman of the Year. (APSU Sports Information)

Austin Peay Men’s Basketball’s Terry Taylor has named OVC Freshman of the Year. (APSU Sports Information)

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American Flag Flies on Riverside Drive Once Again

 

Montgomery County Government

Montgomery County Government TennesseeMontgomery County, TN – Monday morning, July 2nd, 2018, the 150-foot flagpole on Riverside Drive that stood vacant for at least eight years is once again serving its purpose – flying Old Glory. The United States flag can now be seen flying high, day or night, whether people are boating on the Cumberland River or cruising down Riverside Drive.

“It took several months to put things in place. I’m pleased that we worked with property owner Ann Kim, our local Rotary Clubs and our facilities department to make this a reality,” Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett said.

Montgomery County Mayor, Local Business Owner and Clarksville Rotarians Work Together to Bring Flag Back

Montgomery County Mayor, Local Business Owner and Clarksville Rotarians Work Together to Bring Flag Back

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Clarksville Police asks public help finding Eric Davis with Aggravated Assault Warrant

 

Clarksville Police Department

Clarksville Police Department - CPDClarksville, TN – Clarksville Police are asking for the public’s assistance to locate Eric Tyreese Davis, age 21, height 5’0, weight 170lbs. He has an active Aggravated Assault warrant.

On Sunday, July 1st, 2018 at 12:08pm, Clarksville Police Officers responded to a shooting already occurred at Grassland Drive. When they arrived, they found a 67 year old man who had sustained a gunshot wound to the foot.

Based on the investigation, there had been a verbal altercation between multiple individuals which escalated, resulting in the 67 year old man being shot.

Eric Tyreese Davis is wanted by Clarksville Police for Aggravated Assault.

Eric Tyreese Davis is wanted by Clarksville Police for Aggravated Assault.

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NASA’s NuSTAR Space Telescope data shows Eta Carinae accelerating Cosmic Rays

 

Written by Francis Reddy
NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center

Nashville SoundsGreenbelt, MD – A new study using data from NASA’s NuSTAR space telescope suggests that Eta Carinae, the most luminous and massive stellar system within 10,000 light-years of Earth, is accelerating particles to high energies – some of which may reach our planet as cosmic rays.

“We know the blast waves of exploded stars can accelerate cosmic ray particles to speeds comparable to that of light, an incredible energy boost,” said Kenji Hamaguchi, an astrophysicist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, and the lead author of the study. “Similar processes must occur in other extreme environments. Our analysis indicates Eta Carinae is one of them.”

Eta Carinae's great eruption in the 1840s created the billowing Homunculus Nebula, imaged here by Hubble. Now about a light-year long, the expanding cloud contains enough material to make at least 10 copies of our Sun. Astronomers cannot yet explain what caused this eruption. (NASA, ESA, and the Hubble SM4 ERO Team)

Eta Carinae’s great eruption in the 1840s created the billowing Homunculus Nebula, imaged here by Hubble. Now about a light-year long, the expanding cloud contains enough material to make at least 10 copies of our Sun. Astronomers cannot yet explain what caused this eruption. (NASA, ESA, and the Hubble SM4 ERO Team)

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