Nashville Sounds Baseball
Papillion, NE – Former Brewers prospect Jake Odorizzi held the Nashville offense in check and Omaha belted three home runs as the Storm Chasers handed the Nashville Sounds a 5-1 defeat on Sunday afternoon at Werner Park.
Odorizzi (10-2) allowed only one run on four hits over seven innings of work, walking two and striking out a pair of batters during his 86-pitch effort. The right-hander lowered his ERA to 2.80 at the Triple-A level and picked up his 14th overall victory, one off the minor league lead.
APSU Sports: Austin Peay Soccer
Little Rock, AR – Austin Peay State University’s women’s soccer team picked up its first win of 2012, Sunday, on the road against UALR. The Lady Govs scored three unanswered goals to knock off the Trojans 3-1.
“This was a good result for us today,” said head coach Kelley Guth. “We stuck to the game plan and turned the ball over a lot less than we did against Arkansas (on Friday).”
Palmyra, TN – From 4:30pm till 7:30pm on Saturday, August 25th, 2012, the Taste of Shiloh Cookbook committee will celebrate their upcoming cookbook at the Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall with music, raffles, and most importantly, samples of the featured recipes. Raffle prizes will include aprons, kitchen baskets, gift cards, and desserts prepared by the women featured in the cookbook. Cookbooks will be pre-sold at the event.
Two years ago, a cookbook committee was formed to record the recipes of current and past members of the Palmyra community, to ensure that the recipes they had loved would not pass away with the women who made them.
APSU Sports: Austin Peay Men’s Basketball
Toronto, Ontario – A-Game Hoops ended the game on a 15-6 run and pulled away from Austin Peay State University, 81-71, Sunday afternoon, in the second game of the Governors’ Canadian Exhibition tour.
The Govs are now 1-1 and will attempt to end the series with a winning record, Monday, with a 6:00pm contest against the ABC All-Stars.
Grant Program Encourages Green Infrastructure and Low-Impact Development Project
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation will once again partner with the Tennessee Stormwater Association, the Tennessee Valley Authority and the Tennessee Department of Transportation to offer a grant program designed to help local governments fund green infrastructure and low-impact development projects.
A total of $350,000 in grant funds will be available for allocation over the next three years. Grants ranging from $10,000 to $30,000 will be awarded to local governments through a competitive process for projects such as rain gardens, green roofs, pervious concrete applications, trees and tree boxes, in addition to outreach and education efforts designed to promote green development in Tennessee communities. The grants require a 20 percent local match. «Read the rest of this article»
Written by Terri Moon Cronk
Transition Goals Plans Success, known simply as Transition GPS, replaces the 20-year-old Transition Assistance Program, or TAP. In a sweeping overhaul of the 20-year-old TAP, as part of the VOW to Hire Heroes Act passed in 2011, Transition GPS takes military members through a week-long class, compared to the original TAP’s mandatory two to four hours of separation counseling, said Susan Kelly, the Defense Department’s deputy director for the newly formed Transition to Veterans Program Office.
Fort Campbell, KY – One year ago, The Zone opened its doors. This year, we’re celebrating one year of great programming, fabulous lunches, and relaxing evenings – all found at The Zone.
On August 25th from 11:00am until Midnight, The Zone will be offering a Nachos and Bucket of Ponies or a Pitcher of Soda for only $10.00; they’ll be giving away 1 Playstation Vita w/wi-fi every hour from 1:00pm until 10:00pm (must be present to win); the cake cutting will be at 2:00pm with free cake available while it lasts; and get in on the fun with the audience participation and humor to be found while you enjoy the dueling pianos from 7:30pm until 11:30pm. «Read the rest of this article»
Market Commentary by Scott J. Brown, Ph.D., Chief Economist
The economic data were mixed, but generally stronger than expected. Retail sales popped 0.8% (overall and ex-autos) in July, following weak reports in April, May, and June. The CPI was flat overall in July and up only mildly ex-food & energy. However, higher prices of food and energy are expected to show through more in the report for August. Industrial production advanced, fueled by strength in autos (seasonal adjustment issues?) and hot weather (higher output of utilities).
Residential construction figures were mixed. Housing starts slipped, but single-family building permits (which are reported more accurately) rose further. «Read the rest of this article»
Washington, D.C. – The White House today released a new report that finds that the loss of teachers and other education staff is forcing communities into difficult choices that harm our children’s education and future, including increasing class sizes and shortening school years and days.
The report shows that more than 300,000 local education jobs have been lost since the end of the recession – a figure that stands in stark contrast to previous economic recoveries. As a result, the national student-teacher ratio increased by 4.6 percent from 2008 to 2010, rolling back all the gains made since 2000.
Clarksville, TN – The weekly Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department Recreation Report provides Clarksvillians with a glimpse at the activities and events that are available from the Parks and Recreation Department for them to enjoy together as a family.
This weeks highlights include:
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