APSU Women’s Golf
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University women’s golf team will open the 2011 spring season when it travels to Murray, KY, to play in the MSU NewWave Communications Classic.
The two-day, 36-hole tournament will be played on the par-72, 6,017-yard at Miller Golf Course, Murray State’s home course. The tourney will begin with an 8:30am shotgun start each day. In addition to the host Lady Racers and Lady Govs, another Ohio Valley Conference foe, Tennessee State, also will participate along with Belmont, Valparaiso and Western Illinois.
Program Trains Veterans for Jobs in the Green Building Industry
Fort Campbell, KY — Mission Green Campbell Crossing, Operation Stand Down Nashville and Tennessee State University recently joined forces to provide opportunities and resources for Veterans in the Greater Nashville and Fort Campbell area. The program is called Mission Green and it focuses on training Veterans for jobs in the green building industry.
Mission Green is developing, what they call, the “Green Collar Workforce”, by teaching participants the skills and knowledge that they need to be proficient as entry level technical installers in the green building industry. Topics that will be covered during the training courses include the Department of Energy’s (DOE) weatherization requirements for the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP), which includes testing the diagnostics of homes through cost effective weatherization measures. Campbell Crossing is now an official training site for the WAP program. «Read the rest of this article»
APSU Women’s Softball
Oxford, MS – Austin Peay’s softball threaten late against South Alabama, in the final day of the Red and Blue Classic hosted by the University of Mississippi, but couldn’t get the big hit it needed in a 4-1 loss to the Jaguars.
Austin Peay (2-11) was trailing 4-0 heading into the top of the sixth inning, but got its first three hitters of the inning on to lead the bases.
APSU Men and Women’s Tennis
Nashville, TN – Austin Peay State University men and women’s tennis teams opened Ohio Valley Conference play with a pair of wins at Tennessee State, Sunday. The Govs won 4-0, while the Lady Govs took a 5-0 victory.
After falling to Miami (Ohio), Friday, the Lady Govs were in need of a quick start to open conference play. On the women’s side, every Lady Govs player won in straight sets without allowing the Lady Tigers even a game win along the way.
Clarksville, TN – There was a retirement/promotion ceremony at Police Headquarters, 135 Commerce Street, Friday, February 25th, 2011 at 8:30am. The Police Department said good-bye to Sgt Daryl Brewer who is leaving law enforcement after over 30 years of service. The Department also celebrated the promotion of Officer Coz Minetos to the rank of Sergeant.
Clarksville, TN – The best and brightest were spotlighted at Southeast Festivals and Events Kaleidoscope Awards. Hosted at the Stone Mountain Inn, St. Mountain, Georgia, February 21st-23rd, the ceremony was held in conjunction with the annual Southeast Festivals and Events (SFEA) conference. Top festivals and events throughout the southeast were recognized for their outstanding contribution to the events industry.
Clarksville’s own Rivers and Spires Festival won Gold this year for Best Festival With a Budget Over $75,000. This adds to the already impressive lineup of awards the festival has received since its inception in 2003. There to receive the award was Convention and Visitors Bureau Director, Theresa Harrington and Festival Director, Doug Barber. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – It’s time to laud all current and former female athletes at Austin Peay State University, and for that endeavor, a new event is planned to recognize the growth of women’s sports and raise funds for a new endowment.
For the inaugural year, the 2011 Austin Peay Celebrates Women in Athletics, scheduled for April 8th-9th, will spotlight the 25th anniversary of the Lady Govs softball program. In addition, the softball field will be named in honor of Cheryl Holt, a longtime coach and assistant athletic director at APSU.
Fort Campbell, KY – On Friday 158 more Wings of Destiny Soldiers returned to Fort Campbell. It was a bitter cold morning as the 158 soldiers landed at Campbell Army Airfield, but that didn’t stop family and friends who were excited for their loved ones safe return. Everywhere you looked, one could see yellow roses provided by the Navy Federal Credit Union for family members. This was their way to show support for the troops and provide information bags with information on their services.
As the hanger doors open family and friends began to cheer, wave and shout as the soldiers marched in. After a brief ceremony and pray everyone was release for their fifteen minutes of family time. Friends and family scramble to the the center of the hanger to find their soldier. Lots of hugs and kisses while families reunite after a long Deployment. Although the 15 minutes seems to pass so fast, soldiers must first turn in their equipment before heading home with their family. «Read the rest of this article»
Washington, D.C. – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed.
It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product. «Read the rest of this article»
Market Commentary by Scott J. Brown, Ph.D., Chief Economist
Investors remained focused on political developments in the Middle East and North Africa. The turmoil in Libya led to a drop in oil production (less than 1% of global output), higher oil prices, and a dampening of U.S. stock market sentiment. Assurances that other producers could make up for the Libyan shortfall helped stem the rise oil prices, although broader worries remain. At the end of the week, gasoline futures suggested about a $3.60 average price for a gallon of gasoline – the increase in gasoline prices, if sustained, would offset much of the positive benefit (to consumer spending) of lower payroll taxes.
The economic data were mixed, partly reflecting unfavorable weather in January. The estimate of real GDP growth for Q410 was revised down (to a +2.8% annual rate, vs. +3.2% in the advance estimate). Consumer spending growth was revised lower (to 4.1% from 4.4%), as anticipated, and business fixed investment was a bit higher (mostly business structures). Oddly, there was virtually no revision in either inventories (which subtracted 3.7 percentage points from GDP growth in 4Q10) or in net exports (which added 3.4 percentage points). State and local government expenditures fell at a 2.4% annual rate (vs. -0.8% in the advance estimate), reflecting budget strains. «Read the rest of this article»
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