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Daily Archives: Feb 28, 2011

Requesting Public’s Assistance In a Vehicle Arson

Clarksville, TN - The Clarksville Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance for any information in reference to a vehicle arson which occurred ...

Bat govs first road trip takes them to Mississippi

APSU Men's Baseball Oxford MS - Austin Peay’s baseball team makes its first road trip this season when it travels to Southeastern Conference member Mississippi...

Dirty Shoes Help Put Burglar Behind Bars

Clarksville, TN - Recently, officers were able to link a man to a burglary by following shoe prints through the snow.  This time, sand...

Road closing and clean up

Clarksville, TN - The Clarksville Street Department has closed Ashbury Road from Shannon Street to Shawnee Terrace because of high water. Also Shawnee Terrace...

Verizon iPhone 4: Mind the gap, our tests show

Yonkers, NY - The Verizon iPhone 4 has a problem that could cause the phone to drop calls, or be unable to place calls,...

Belgian trucker treks across Afghanistan in U.S. Army

Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan – The hulking mine resistant, ambush-protected all terrain vehicle screamed to a halt. The Soldiers held their breath for what was...

Top Ten Most Wanted Fugitive added to TBI’s List

Nashville, TN - The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation today added a man convicted of sexually abusing a child to its list of Top Ten...

Poetry Out Loud State Championship Comes to APSU

Clarksville, TN - Christopher Burawa, an award-winning poet and director of the Austin Peay State University Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts, has...

Proper Training Cup use cuts risk of Tooth Decay, Injury

February is Children’s Dental Health Month Nashville, TN - Use of training, or “sippy,” cups is a milestone as a child transitions from “baby” to...

Road closed due to high water

Clarksville, TN - The Clarksville Street Department reports that Thomas Street at Riverside Drive is closed because of high water.

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