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Clarksville Gas and Water announces Ash Ridge Drive Water Outage Planned for Thursday

 

Clarksville Gas and Water Department

Thursday, October 11th, 2018

Clarksville Gas and Water Department - CGWClarksville, TN – The Clarksville Gas and Water Department has scheduled a water outage on Thursday, October 11th, 2018 at 8:00am on Ash Ridge Drive and Rowand Court for water main improvement work.

Area residents may also experience low water pressure during the work.

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Montgomery County Earns S&P Global AA+ Rating

 

Montgomery County Government

Montgomery County Government TennesseeMontgomery County, TN – Montgomery County Government has earned an AA+ long-term rating from the S&P Global Ratings for its 2018 general obligation public improvement bonds and on the County’s existing debt.

This reflects nine consecutive years the County has earned the AA+ rating for their strong management, budgetary performance, flexibility and liquidity.

Montgomery County Earns High Rating for Excellent Fiscal Responsibility from S&P Global Ratings.

Montgomery County Earns High Rating for Excellent Fiscal Responsibility from S&P Global Ratings.

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Baggett Heating and Cooling Job Fair set for October 18th

 

Baggett Heating and Cooling

Baggett Heating and CoolingClarksville, TN – If you’re looking for a new career or wanting to advance in your HVAC field, Baggett Heating and Cooling is looking for new team members during their Job Fair on October 18th.

They are looking for Service Technicians, Tune up Technicians and Installation Technicians.

(L to R) Nicole Darke, Alana Ward - owner, Kirt Neal, Jesse Waldrop, and Jason Brown with Baggett Heating and Cooling.

(L to R) Nicole Darke, Alana Ward – owner, Kirt Neal, Jesse Waldrop, and Jason Brown with Baggett Heating and Cooling.

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Austin Peay State University students earn best hack awards at VolHacks hackathon

 

Austin Peay State University (APSU)

Austin Peay State University - APSUClarksville, TN – Imagine getting an alert on your phone or smart speaker whenever your letter carrier delivers the mail. Or you might want to know if your neighbor is nosing through your mailbox … again. Pi-Mail, created by Austin Peay State University (APSU) students in the Association of Computer Machinery (ACM), can help.

Austin Peay State University ACM members who attended VolHacks were, top row, from left, Daniel Blankenship, Zack Toupe, Aidan Murphy, Parth Patel, Peyton VanHook, William Kersten and Harrison Welch, and bottom row, from left, Chris Tuncap, Bryan Bishop, Thomas Bau, Robyn Yates, Lexie Nance.

Austin Peay State University ACM members who attended VolHacks were, top row, from left, Daniel Blankenship, Zack Toupe, Aidan Murphy, Parth Patel, Peyton VanHook, William Kersten and Harrison Welch, and bottom row, from left, Chris Tuncap, Bryan Bishop, Thomas Bau, Robyn Yates, Lexie Nance.

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101st Airborne Division Lifeliner Soldiers Demonstrate Character, Presence and Intellect in New Junior Leadership Course

 

Written by Staff Sgt. Caitlyn Byrne

101st Airborne Division (AA) Sustainment Brigade Public Affairs

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

Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan – In the fading light, nine 101st Airborne Division Task Force Lifeliner Soldiers took turns conducting the Soldier’s Manual of Common Tasks challenge in the concrete square of the “Eagle’s Nest,” on Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, September 27th, 2018.

There were three stations, one station per task, to include: maintain an M16- series rifle carbine /M4 series rifle carbine, determine the grid coordinates of a point on a military map, and evaluate a casualty (tactical combat casualty care).

Sergeant Crystal Falcon (left), the support operations transportation contracting officer representative for the 101st Resolute Support Sustainment Brigade, speaks to her audience, instructing them on the proper way to determine the grid coordinates of a point on a military map, at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, Sept. 27, 2018. (SSG Caitlyn Byrne, 101st Sustainment Brigade PAO)

Sergeant Crystal Falcon (left), the support operations transportation contracting officer representative for the 101st Resolute Support Sustainment Brigade, speaks to her audience, instructing them on the proper way to determine the grid coordinates of a point on a military map, at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, Sept. 27, 2018. (SSG Caitlyn Byrne, 101st Sustainment Brigade PAO)

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Clarksville Gas and Water reports Edmondson Ferry Road Water Outage

 

Clarksville Gas and Water Department

Monday, October 8th, 2018

Clarksville Gas and Water Department - CGWClarksville, TN – Clarksville Gas and Water has turned off water service on a section of Edmondson Ferry Road from Caldwell Lane to Ashland City Road/Highway 41A Bypass, Caldwell Lane and Maddox Court for water main leak repair.

Low water pressure may also affect area residents.

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APSU Football’s Nate Howard named OVC Defensive Player of the Week

 

APSU Sports Information

APSU FootballBrentwood, TN – Austin Peay State University defensive end Nate Howard has been named the Ohio Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Week, the league announced Sunday.

The senior did a little bit of everything for the Governors in their 49-34 victory against Tennessee State, Saturday.

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Give hope to cancer patients by giving blood with the American Red Cross

 

American Red Cross

American Red CrossNashville, TN – October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month – the perfect time to give blood or platelets to support cancer patients and others.

Anna Gwinnup, a loving wife, mother and grandmother, was diagnosed with stage 1 breast cancer in September 2017. Within weeks, it advanced to stage 2, forcing her to undergo a double mastectomy, chemotherapy and multiple surgeries, which required blood products.

Zachary Sterbens gives a Power Red donation at the Red Cross Salt Lake City Blood Donation Center. He received a blood transfusion as a baby and has been donating for 5 years. (Amanda Romney/American Red Cross)

Zachary Sterbens gives a Power Red donation at the Red Cross Salt Lake City Blood Donation Center. He received a blood transfusion as a baby and has been donating for 5 years. (Amanda Romney/American Red Cross)

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Instant Peay Play: APSU Soccer must find resolution to road woes or postseason could be in doubt

 

Instant Peay Play - APSU SportsClarksville, TN – With the Ohio Valley Conference postseason tournament right around the corner, Austin Peay State University’s (APSU) soccer team must find a way to end its Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde season, as the Govs struggles away from Morgan Brothers Field continue.

With its 1-0 loss at Morehead State on October 7th, the Govs saw their road record fall to 2-5 overall this season — with their last win away from home coming back on September 7th at Mercer in a 1-0 final — while they are unbeaten at home having posted a 6-0-1 record this season.

Austin Peay Women's Soccer have lost their last three games away from home. (Robert Smith, APSU Sports Information)

Austin Peay Women’s Soccer have lost their last three games away from home. (Robert Smith, APSU Sports Information)

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NASA’s Parker Solar Probe uses Venus gravity assist to get closer to the Sun

 

Written by Sarah Frazier
NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center

NASA - National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationGreenbelt, MD – On October 3rd, 2018, NASA’s Parker Solar Probe performed the first significant celestial maneuver of its seven-year mission. As the orbits of the spacecraft and Venus converged toward the same point, Parker Solar Probe slipped in front of the planet, allowing Venus’ gravity — relatively small by celestial standards — to twist its path and change its speed.

This maneuver, called a gravity assist, reduced Parker’s speed relative to the Sun by 10 percent — amounting to 7,000 miles per hour — drawing the closest point of its orbit, called perihelion, nearer to the star by 4 million miles.

NASA's Parker Solar Probe completed its first flyby of Venus on Oct. 3, 2018, during a Venus gravity assist, where the spacecraft used the planet's gravity to alter its trajectory and bring it closer to the Sun. (NASA/JHUAPL)

NASA’s Parker Solar Probe completed its first flyby of Venus on Oct. 3, 2018, during a Venus gravity assist, where the spacecraft used the planet’s gravity to alter its trajectory and bring it closer to the Sun. (NASA/JHUAPL)

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