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State of Tennessee’s Cosmetology Board issues certification-scam warning

 

The Cosmetology Board is cautioning its licensees about mailings that have targeted professionals and establishments in Tennessee with solicitations for payment over supposed certification lapses. Mailings from an entity named “American Cosmetology Board” ask for payment from Tennessee licensees.

“We want to ensure that Tennesseans do not fall prey to fraudulent activity,” says Cosmetology Board Director Beverly Waller, “especially activity that targets state licensees.” The mailings, which been reported throughout the state, are under investigation. «Read the rest of this article»

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World renowned composer Chen Yi brings her music to APSU

 

Update: Tonight’s Dimensions Concert featuring the music of Chen Yi has been cancelled due to hazardous conditions on campus.”.

In June of 1986, a young female music student named Chen Yi presented a full concert of her orchestral works in Beijing. That evening was a historic event, for Chen had just become the first woman to earn a master’s degree in music composition in China. Since that performance, she has flourished into one of the world’s most renowned composers of classical contemporary music.

Chen Yi

Chen Yi

At 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 1, Chen will stop by the Austin Peay State University Music/Mass Communication Building to hear the school’s music faculty, Gateway Chamber Ensemble, perform her works during the next Dimension New Music Series Concert.

“It’s an amazing opportunity,” Mingzhe Wang, clarinetist and assistant professor of music at APSU and a member of the ensemble, said. “I think it’s just so exciting that she agreed to come here. She’s a really high profile composer. Her music has been performed by all the major orchestras and world-class soloists in the world.” «Read the rest of this article»

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School Closings on Feburary 1st.

 

UPDATE: APSU campus is closed and all events are canceled for today.

All Clarksville-Montgomery County School System Schools will be closed on Monday, Feb. 1.

APSU Opening at Noon – Due to inclement weather, all APSU campuses will officially open at Noon on Monday, Feb. 1. All classes that meet before Noon are canceled.

All Fort Campbell organizations and activities, including DODEA schools, will open for normal duty hours Monday, Feb. 1.

No School for the Clarksville Academy. Middle School Boys Basketball practice..12:00-1:30pm. Please pass the word…Thanks!

Stewart County Schools are closed

Robertson County Schools closed

Christian County, KY Schools are closed

Clarksville 1st Nazarene CDC is opening 2 hours late

Clarksville Christian School closed.

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