Topic: Lebanon TN
Drivers should plan ahead for construction on I-40 and I-24
Nashville, TN – It’s paving season in Tennessee, and this weekend there are two major interstate projects in the mid-state area that will have a significant impact on weekend travel.
Drivers should take note of the following scheduled construction activity on Interstate 24 in the Clarksville area and Interstate 40 in the Lebanon area.
Gateway Medical Center joins a system formed over four years ago to enhance access and improve coordination of care for patients in the communities they serve. Gateway’s name has also changed to Tennova Healthcare – Clarksville.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission elected its new officers for 2016-17 during its one-day February meeting on Friday at the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s Region II Ray Bell Building.
Harold Cannon (Lenoir City) will serve as the 2016-17 chairman after he was vice chairman this past year. Jamie Woodson (Lebanon) moves from serving as secretary to vice chairman. David Watson (Lookout Mountain) was elected as the TFWC’s new secretary.
APSU Sports Information
Murray, KY – Youth has its disadvantages, and those were on display in Saturday’s 34-18 loss at Murray State, Saturday, as the Govs allowed 526 total yards to one of the Ohio Valley Conference’s elite offenses at Roy Stewart Stadium, despite another 100-yard performance from redshirt freshman Kendall Morris.
Restaurant locations donate funds raised during ‘Paws for Carside’ promotion
Hazard, KY – Woodland Group, Inc. (WGI), an Applebee’s franchise group in Tennessee and Kentucky, raised $14,075 during their 13th annual “Paws for Carside” promotion, which ran from April 27th through May 23rd. Funds raised from the promotion are being donated to select local animal shelters.
During Paws for Carside, 10 percent of all Carside To-Go sales every Monday and Tuesday were donated to various animal charities working to care and find good homes for animals in need. Each location contributed to a charity of choice. «Read the rest of this article»
Austin Peay Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – Capping off an outstanding senior season on the softball field, Austin Peay State University’s Laurel Burroughs has been named to the Ohio Valley Conference Second-Team, by the league’s coaches and sports information directors.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department is is trying to locate 17-year-old Jessica Lynn Olsen. She has been missing since March 4th, 2015.
She was last seen at her residence in Clarksville, TN.
It is unknown what Jessica was wearing when she left. Jessica is possibly headed to family residing in Lebanon, TN and she also has contacts in Kentucky and New Jersey.
Commissioner Griggs Honored for Tenure as chairman
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission has elected its new officers for 2015-16 and Jeff Griggs was honored for his tenure as the commission’s chairman for the past year.
Jim Bledsoe was named the TFWC’s new chairman. A Jamestown resident, he served as the group’s vice-chairman for the past year and as secretary the previous year.. He will preside over his first meeting as TFWC chairman in late March.
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a flood advisory for rain and melting snow for Clarksville-Montgomery County and parts of Middle Tennessee until 3:00pm CST Saturday, February 21st.
An area of low pressure will move through the lower Mississippi River and Ohio River valleys this weekend bringing widespread rain anywhere from 2 to locally 4 inches to much of mid south. The rain will fall on top of ice and snow.
APSU Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University literally could re-title a popular old Glen Campbell song with its 2015 football recruiting class.
Instead of “Wichita Lineman” it easily could be titled “Austin Peay Linemen” as the Governors expect to bring some 17 new linemen to campus in 2015.
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