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Avery, Lady Govs look to continue improvement at OVC Championships, Saturday

 

APSU Women’s Cross Country

Austin Peay State University GovernorsClarksville, TN – Junior Janelle Avery leads the Austin Peay State University women’s cross country team as it competes in the 9:00am, Saturday, five-kilometer event at the Ohio Valley Conference Women’s Cross Country Championships hosted by Tennessee Tech at Southern Hills Golf Course in Cookeville.

Avery is finishing the 2010 season with impressive efforts in the Lady Govs’ last two events. She finished 49th overall with a time of 19:23 at the Greater Louisville Classic, October 2nd, followed by an eighth-place finish at the Fast Cats Classic, October 16th, with a season-best time of 18:55. Avery will look to improve on her 31st-place finish in last season’s version of this event.

Austin Peay women's cross country team . (Courtesy: Keith Dorris/Dorris Photography)

Austin Peay women's cross country team . (Courtesy: Keith Dorris/Dorris Photography)

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Langat, Govs ready for OVC Championships, Saturday

 

APSU Men’s Cross Country

Austin Peay State University GovernorsClarksville, TN – Junior Enock Langat and the Austin Peay State University men’s cross country team will travel eastward to compete in the 9:45am, Saturday, eight-kilometer Ohio Valley Conference Men’s Cross Country Championships hosted by Tennessee Tech at Southern Hills Golf Course in Cookeville.

Langat will look to cap a strong 2010 campaign by finishing among the top 14 at the championship and earning All-OVC recognition. He has paced the Govs in all six races this season, leading the team to the finish line, including a 17th-place overall finish in the 328-man Greater Louisville Cross Country Classic’s Blue Race, October 2nd.

Govs Men's Cross Country runners Geofrey Kosgei (left) and Enock Langat (right). (Courtesy: Keith Dorris/Dorris Photography)

Govs Men's Cross Country runners Geofrey Kosgei (left) and Enock Langat (right). (Courtesy: Keith Dorris/Dorris Photography)

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Experience, Develop, Grow, and Excel with EDGE! in November

 

Morale, Welfare and RecreationFort Campbell, KY – Child, Youth & School Services (CYSS) is offering wonderful programs during the month of November for Fort Campbell youth.

Experience, Develop, Grow, and Excel (EDGE) is an opportunity for kids to experience cutting edge art, fitness, life skills and adventure programs.

Learn how to create unique and wonderful ways to capture your memories with EDGE! Scrapbooking. All the materials needed to highlight the wonderful summer memories will be provided.

EDGE! Scrapbooking.Ten youth between the ages of 11 and 18 will have the opportunity to express their creativity while creating a special keepsake. The skill of scrapbooking can also be used to make one-of-a-kind gifts and mementos.

EDGE! Scrapbooking will take place at the R.F. Sink Library on November 1st, 8th, 15th, and 29th from 3:30pm until 4:30pm.

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Winter Gym Program to Begin November 1st

 

Clarksville Parks and RecreationClarksville, TN – Every year, the Clarksville Parks & Recreation Department partners with the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System to provide a free winter gymnasium program for basketball and other indoor recreational free play in addition to Clarksville’s three staffed community center.  The program which runs from November 1st through March 30th will be offered at Byrns-Darden Elementary School’s gymnasium from 6:00pm to 9:00pm, Monday through Wednesday evenings.

There is no charge for use of the facility; however participants must register on site. A responsible adult must accompany children under the age of 13.

For more details, please contact the Clarksville Parks and Recreation at 931-645-7476 or visit www.cityofclarksville.com.

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Two Projects Require Lane Closures on Interstate 24 in Davidson County

 

Tennessee Department of TransportationNashville, TN – Two separate road construction projects will require lane closures on Interstate 24 in Nashville over the coming days.

Tennessee Department of Transportation contract crews will close one lane on the ramp to Interstate 24 West (mile marker 43 – toward Clarksville), located north of Downtown Nashville this weekend in order to perform concrete repairs. The ramp is located at the I-24/I-65 split, just north of Trinity Lane. The closure will begin Friday, October 29th, 2010 at 8:00 p.m. The ramp lane will reopen no later than Monday, November 1st at 6:00am. One lane on the ramp will remain open during this period. «Read the rest of this article»

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Lady Govs volleyball returns home for fourth OVC home weekend

 

APSU Women’s Volleyball

Austin Peay State University GovernorsClarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University’s volleyball team, second in the Ohio Valley Conference regular-season race with five matches remaining, prepares for its fourth home conference weekend when it hosts Jacksonville State in a 7:00pm, Friday contest followed by a 2:00pm, Saturday match against Tennessee Tech.

Friday’s contest against Jacksonville State is the volleyball program’s designated “Pack the Peay” night. The APSU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee sponsors the “Pack the Peay” event as an opportunity for all Austin Peay students to enjoy the various athletic contests throughout the academic year. Students attending Friday’s volleyball match will have the opportunity to receive free food with their valid student identification card.

Lady Govs Volleyball

Lady Govs Volleyball

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Submit your design for the 2011 Rivers & Spires poster contest by November 5th

 

The deadline has been extended for submissions to the 2011 Rivers & Spires Festival Poster contest

The Rivers and Spires FestivalClarksville, TN – Calling all artists, the Rivers and Spires Festival has extended the deadline for the 2011 festival poster contest. All submissions must be turned in by Friday, November 5th, 2010. The winner will receive a great deal of exposure throughout the event, as well as a $500.00 cash prize.

Whether you are an aspiring artist, professional graphic designer or art is your hobby; all people, from any location, are encouraged to apply. The selected artwork will be used on the 2011 Rivers and Spires promotional poster and will be distributed to over 100,000 people throughout Montgomery County, Tennessee and surrounding areas. The winner will not only have their masterpiece displayed on a poster for all to see, but aspects of the artwork will also be used on festival merchandise including the official Rivers and Spires t-shirt and program. «Read the rest of this article»




Titans travel to San Diego for late afternoon Kickoff

 

Tennessee Titans (5-2) at San Diego Chargers (2-5)
Sunday, October 31st, 2010 • 3:05pm CDT • Qualcomm Stadium • San Diego, CA • TV: CBS

Tennessee TitansNashville, TN – The AFC South’s first-place Tennessee Titans (5-2) carry a three-game winning streak to San Diego this week to face the Chargers (2-5). The late afternoon kickoff at Qualcomm Stadium (capacity 70,000) is scheduled for 3:05pm CDT on Sunday, October 31st.

The matchup with the Chargers will be the Titans’ final game before a bye in Week 9, their latest bye since 2005 (Week 10). In Jeff Fisher’s head coaching career, his teams are 9-6 all-time before the bye and 9-6 after the bye. The Titans return from their open date with a November 14th trip to Miami. «Read the rest of this article»

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Mystery Writers You Should Know: Elizabeth George

 
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Elizabeth George

If you are an avid viewer of the PBS “Mystery” series, the name of Elizabeth George is no secret to you. The Thomas Lynley mysteries are a staple of Sunday night television. However, if you have not read her books for yourself, you have missed one of the greatest contemporary mystery writer’s offerings.

Elizabeth Susan George was born in Warren, Ohio. She is a graduate of University of California in Riverside. She also attended California State University at Fullerton, where she was awarded a master’s degree in Counseling/Psychology and an honorary doctorate of humane letters.

She began her career as an English teacher at Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana. Along with ten other teachers, she was eventually fired for becoming involved with union activity. She later taught in El Toro High School in El Toro, California (now called Lake Forest, California). While employed there, she was selected Orange County Teacher of the Year, a tribute in part to the work she’d done with remedial students for nearly a decade. She left education after thirteen and a half years when her first novel, A Great Deliverance, was sold to Bantam Books. «Read the rest of this article»


Three Record Harvest at Second Tennessee Managed Elk Hunt

 

Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency - TWRANashville, TN – Three hunters recorded harvests during Tennessee’s second-ever managed elk hunt which concluded Friday, October 22nd at North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area.

The three sportsmen join five persons who all harvested an elk during last year’s historic first managed hunt. Five persons again participated in this year’s hunt, four winning the right to participate by computerized drawing and the fifth participant was the recipient of a permit that is donated to a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) which this year was the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.

Jeffery Burdick, of Oakdale, had the honor of recording this year’s first harvest on Monday, October 18th. The bull field dressed at 495 pounds and was a 5×4 (the number of points per antler). «Read the rest of this article»

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