Des Moines, IA – After rallying to tie both contests of Friday’s doubleheader at Principal Park, the Nashville Sounds could not keep pace with the Iowa Cubs, who delivered seven home runs on the night to defeat Nashville 5-4 and 8-6.
In game one, the Sounds cracked two home runs, but lost the seven-inning affair, 5-4.
After Sounds outfielder Khris Davis knotted the game in the fifth with his seventh home run of the year, the Cubs pulled back out to a one-run lead with their third homer of the game. Infielder Brad Nelson knocked a deep shot to right field off of reliever Jesus Sanchez (3-1).
Tennessee Department of Transportation announces Section of I-440 to Close for 10 Weekends for Concrete Repairs
Closures Will Complete Current I-440 Rehabilitation Project
Nashville, TN – Tennessee Department of Transportation contract crews will completely close a one mile section of I-440 Eastbound between I-65 and I-24 in Nashville for ten weekends starting later this month for major concrete repairs.
The repairs are part of a $9.7 million project to widen this stretch of I-440 Eastbound.
APSU’s Breigh Jones makes 400 meter finals at United States Junior Outdoor Track and Field Championships
Des Moines, IA – Austin Peay State University rising sophomore Breigh Jones is one more strong run away from representing the United States on an international level.
Fort Campbell, KY – Blanchfield Army Community Hospital’s personnel are leading an installation-wide Emergency Exercise from 7:30am to noon June 25th.
Emergency exercises are conducted to not only prepare both installation-wide and hospital personnel but they also help meet Joint Commission requirements so hospitals around the country remain in compliance with critical training preparedness. «Read the rest of this article»
Friday, June 21st, 2013
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Gas and Water has closed a section of Randell Drive from Spencer Lane to Hudson Drive until approximately 7:30pm this evening for water main line maintenance.
Traffic will be detoured to Spencer Lane and Hudson Drive.
Golden Pond, KY – Celebrate July 4th 1850’s style with Independence Day at The Homeplace in Land Between The Lakes (LBL) National Recreation Area. Bring the family to relive the patriotic spirit of the era with games, music, and a cool slice of watermelon.
Programs are included with general admission to The Homeplace: $5.00 ages 13 and up, $3.00 ages 5-12, and free for ages 4 and under.
Clarksville, TN – Gateway CAST & Crowns Performing Arts Center has 11 performers attending the Power Pak Intensive in Orlando, Florida. The young people will be there July 1st through the 6th taking classes in all forms of dance as well as musical theatre.
Guest teachers from across the country will be teaching these classes. On July 5th the performers will be in a show at Downtown Disney and the on July 6th they will be the Starpower National Talent Competitions National Dance team.
Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department announces Sports Tournaments to be part of this years Mayor’s Summer Night Lights
Clarksville, TN – Get out on the court and show us what you’ve got!
The City of Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting free 5-on-5 basketball and 7-on-7 flag football tournaments as a part of the Mayor’s Summer Night Lights program!
Clarksville, TN — Austin Peay State University’s Dunn Center is expected to see the hoisting of a new Daktronics combination scoreboard/video display, June 21st.
It is only the third center-hung scoreboard since the facility opened in 1975. The building original scoreboard was replaced in the early 1990s. That scoreboard, along with the end zone boards, was removed earlier this month.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Roller Derby’s team the Red River Sirens held their first annual Zombie 5k ‘Guts & Glory’ run on Saturday, June 15th.
The day featured zombie themed 5k race and 1 mile kids fun run. Both zombies and survivors were well represented.
Zombies chased the survivors and attempted to snatch flag football style flags in order to infect them. Most did not make it.
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