APSU Sports Information: Austin Peay Baseball
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University’s baseball team has found a bevy of talented players in its visits to the St. Louis area and adds another to its roster, announcing that Tommy Hager, of O’Fallon, MO, has signed a national letter of intent, Tuesday.
Hager, a 6-0, 185-pound outfielder, batted .415 with 14 doubles, two home runs and 28 RBI last season at Fort Zumwalt West High School. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department wants to make the public aware that there is a Text Scam going around.
The message which is being sent is: “F&M B alert and to call 2097325659”. Be aware that this is a scam. No not call the number listed in the text message.
APSU Sports Information: Austin Peay Golf
The Soddy-Daisy High School product is expected to the lone member of Lady Govs’ head coach Sara Robson’s 2012-13 recruiting class. Cathey helped lead her team to the 2009 and 2010 Class AAA state championships. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – The Go Commando Half Marathon and 5k presented by CDE Lightband announced Tuesday they would donate $35,000 to local non-profits and community organizations. The largest recipients, Clarksville Area YMCA and Fort Campbell Historical Foundation were on hand to accept the donations.
“The intention of the Go Commando Half Marathon and 5k will always be to give back to the community; this money emphasizes that mission in a big way,” Channel Lemon, one of the Race Directors, stated.
APSU Sports Information: Austin Peay Basketball
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University head coach Carrie Daniels spent a great deal of time in the Magnolia State and must have like what she saw, adding a second Mississippi High School standout to her roster with Alexis Hardaway, of Byhalia, MS, signing a national letter of intent.
Hardaway, a 5-10 guard/forward, averaged 10.2 points and 4.9 rebounds last season at H.W. Byers High School, which won the Mississippi Class 1A State championship. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – On November 15th, 2011, a 17 old male juvenile was charged with Aggravated Assault for a shooting in Summit Heights which occurred on November 5th, 2011.
A 38 year old man sustained a gunshot wound to his upper left chest while sitting on the front porch of a Summit Heights residence. From information gathered during the investigation, the 17 year old was seen with a pistol in his hand shooting at an unknown vehicle. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Parks & Recreation Department and the Warrior Transition Unit Occupational Therapy Clinic hosted a Wheelchair Basketball exhibition game on Wednesday, November 9th at the Kleeman Center.
Players in the league are all soldiers in the Warrior Transition Unit at Fort Campbell. All of them have sustained a significant injury and are currently rehabilitating. The Kleeman Center will be hosting another exhibition game on Monday, November 21st from 1:00pm to 2:30 pm.
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Pasadena, CA – The very first stars in our universe were not the behemoths scientists had once thought, according to new simulations performed at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA.
Astronomers “grew” stars in their computers, mimicking the conditions of our primordial universe. The simulations took weeks. When the scientists’ concoctions were finally done, they were shocked by the results — the full-grown stars were much smaller than expected.
Until now, it was widely believed that the first stars were the biggest of all, with masses hundreds of times that of our sun. The new research shows they are only tens of times the mass of sun; for example, the simulations produced one star that was as little as 43 solar masses.
Well, it’s official, it is the time of year when we go to work in the dark and leave work in the dark. Thank you daylight savings time. We at the Roxy Regional Theatre must now wait until “spring forward” to be able to frolic about in the sunlight.
I guess it is appropriate to say that we have officially entered the 2011 holiday season. The annual Christmas tree is up in the lobby of the Roxy, this year courtesy of our friends at Wal-Mart after a post holiday donation last year. The walls of the lobby are being serenaded by the harmonic sounds of Christmas carols and good ol’ Scrooge is about to wake up from his long winters nap.
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