Written by Tony Phillips
Washington, D.C. – Waking up before sunrise is a good way to get a head start on the day. On October 21st, waking up before sunrise could stop you in your tracks.
Blame Halley’s Comet. Every year in mid-to-late October, Earth passes through a stream of dusty debris from Comet Halley, and the pre-dawn sky can light up with a pretty display of shooting stars.
“We expect to see about 20 meteors per hour when the shower peaks on Tuesday morning, October 21st,” says Bill Cooke, the head of NASA’s Meteoroid Environment Office. “With no Moon to spoil the show, observing conditions should be ideal.”
Austin Peay State University Football ends losing streak with 20-13 win over Murray State at Governors Stadium
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Clarksville, TN – Freshman Jared Beard caught three touchdown passes from fellow freshman Mickey Macius while another freshman Otis Gerron ran for 137 yards as Austin Peay State University ended the nation’s longest Football Championship Subdivision losing streak at 18 games as the Governors held off Murray State, 20-13, Saturday night, in Governors Stadium.
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Evansville, IN – For the second consecutive meet, sophomore Daniel Hamm recorded a top-five finish and Austin Peay State University men’s cross country team finished first among Division I teams at the UE Cross Country Invite, at Angel Mounds State Historic Site.
Recognized for Impacting the Quality of Life of Service Members and their Families
Nashville, TN – Tennessee State Representative Curtis Johnson (R-Clarksville) was recognized recently by the United States Department of Defense for his “leadership on public policy changes positively impacting the quality of life of Service members and their families.”
The award of appreciation comes after Rep. Johnson successfully passed several bills to aid military service members and their families, including House Bill 1372 which was approved this year. That new law would allow certain out-of-state veterans to pay in-state tuition and fees at state colleges and universities.
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Nashville, TN – After winning the first half of its Nashville swing, Austin Peay State University’s volleyball team could not bring that intensity into the second half of the swing, falling in four sets (20-25, 16-25, 25-19, 19-25) to Belmont, Saturday, in Ohio Valley Conference action at the Curb Event Center.
Fort Campbell, KY – E. W. Brooks, local author, Army wife, and founder of The Campbell Sisterhood, will visit Robert F. Sink Memorial Library for Brunch and a Book on Tuesday, October 21st at noon.
She will discuss her books, Mafietta and Mafietta 2: A House Divided. The Mafietta novella Series is contemporary romance suspense. There will be copies of the books available for purchase if you would like to have one signed. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville Police Department releases Alcoholic Beverage Commission Operation results from October 15th, 2014
Clarksville, TN – On October15th, 2014, Alcohol Beverage Control agents of the Clarksville Police Department’s Special Operations Unit conducted compliance checks targeting sales of alcohol to persons under 21 years of age.
Of the 13 stores checked, 1 was cited for sales to underage persons. Agent Pew, Agent Steinlage and Agent Lee are the lead investigators as these operations are ongoing.
Clarksville, TN – On Monday, November 3rd, 2014, the Trahern Gallery, located on Austin Peay State University Campus, will be hosting a BFA show featuring “Third World America” from designer Stephanie Camfield.
Camfield’s “Third World America” exhibit features posters and photographs that examine concerns in the United States and raise awareness of some issues Americans currently face.
Clarksville, TN – When Doug Wall, owner of Convenient Car Care Inc. of Clarksville, decided to have his company dedicate the month of October to raising awareness and money for the Sarah Cannon Cancer Research Institute, little did he know what an impact it would have.
“My family has been affected by this disease, and it’s a terrible thing. I would do anything to help find a cure,” Wall told Clarksville Online. “My mother and grand-mother both suffered with it. I know what a terrible disease it is, first-hand” said Wall.
Tennessee Titans (2-4) at Washington Redskins (1-5)
Sunday, October 19th, 2014 | 1:00pm EDT/Noon CDT
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Titans (2-4) travel to face the Redskins (1-5) this week. Kickoff at FedExField is scheduled for 1:00pm EDT/noon CDT on Sunday, October 19th.
The Titans and Redskins have met on only 11 prior occasions in the regular season, with the Titans holding a 6-5 advantage. In two appearances at FedExField, which opened in 1997, the Titans are 2-0, earning wins in 2000 and 2006. Meanwhile, the Redskins have won both matchups at LP Field in the same time period (2002 and 2010).
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