APSU Men’s Tennis
Austin Peay (9-5) won the doubles point, but dropped four of six matches to the Blue Raiders. After winning four straight matches from February 18th to March 7th, the Govs have three of their last five matches.
Clarksville, TN – The Humane Society’s fundraiser, “Legends of Clarksvegas” Saturday show is SOLD OUT. Tickets remain for Friday’s show, but it is not recommended that you wait to purchase at the door, as they could sell out prior to showtime.
The Legends of Clarksvegas features some of the best professional impersonators in the business. Come see Kenny James as “Buddy Holly”, Freddy B as “Elvis Presley, Cheryl Crenshaw and Donita Crenshaw as “The Judds”, and Steve Bobbitt as “Rod Stewart” along with special guests, the EAS Showband, the official tribute band for Graceland. «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville, TN – Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan is among a handful of local people who made the Nashville Post’s “In Charge” list of Middle Tennessee’s business and political “power brokers.”
This is the second year the prominent Music City business publication has recognized those in the Nashville area who have “the ability to use a position to create opportunity for others … in business, government or on broader civic issues,” according to the magazine’s March/April issue. The list was broken into various categories such as Banking & Finance, Education, and Government/Politics, in addition to Media, Music, Sports and Technology. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Since 1968, the Student Art League and the Visiting Artists and Speakers Committee at Austin Peay State University have mounted a juried exhibition of student work, and this spring, the tradition continues with the 43rd Annual Student Exhibition at APSU.
The show, co-sponsored by the APSU art department and the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts, will open at 7:00pm, March 28th in the Trahern Gallery and will run through April 15th. The event is free and open to the public. «Read the rest of this article»
Fort Campbell, KY – The next Texas Hold’em Main Event will be held Saturday, June 25th, at 2:00pm at The Zone. All players who earn 200 points or more from the weekly games played on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday nights at 6:30pm and 9:00pm, will qualify to play in the Main Event.
Games on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday are held at Sportsman’s Lodge while the Wednesday games take place at the Dawg Haus. «Read the rest of this article»
APSU Women’s Tennis
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University women’s tennis team steps out of Ohio Valley Conference play for a 5:00pm, Friday match at Big East member Louisville.
The Lady Govs are looking to overcome their own demons in the form of a five-match non-conference road losing streak, dating back to a February 12th loss at Xavier. Also included are losses to Miami (Ohio), Southern Illinois, South Alabama and BYU Hawaii – all quality teams that have downed the defending OVC Champions.
Clarksville, TN – Sewer line inspections have been cancelled for this evening. College and North 2nd streets will be open to all lanes of traffic.
APSU Men’s Football
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University’s football team will scrimmage for the first time this spring, Saturday morning, in Governors Stadium.
The Govs will hit the field 9:00am, with the scrimmage starting approximately 20 minutes later. APSU is planning on running somewhere between 75-80 plays in seven-play increments. The scrimmage will conclude APSU’s second week of spring practice.
Clarksville, TN – Two Austin Peay State University track and field athletes recently were honored for their leadership efforts at the recent Hattie Walker Wilhoite Recognition Program for APSU African American Women as part of Women’s History Month.
Courtney Jordan, a senior who specializes in the respective throws for the Lady Govs track team, and Ashley Carson, a sophomore sprinter and hurdler, were recognized at the annual dinner sponsored by The Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center to recognize the African American female faculty/staff for their years of service at APSU and the exceptional work of African American female student leaders.
No Cause for Alarm
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department wants to make the community aware that over the last week, a man out of Eddyville, KY has left an envelope with a letter inside and thumb drive at five different locations on church properties around Clarksville.
The photocopied letter referenced the man was going to be murdered and the recipients should read the information on the thumb drive. It was signed Randy. The thumb drive contained 250 pages of rambling which covered a spectrum of topics from being a victim of false allegations to religious references. «Read the rest of this article»
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