Clarksville, TN – The Austin Peay State University men’s basketball team begins play at the Central Michigan Tournament on Thursday, playing the host team at 6:00pm CT, in Mount Pleasant Michigan.
This is the first time Austin Peay and Central Michigan, a member of the Mid-American Conference (MAC), have ever met. The Govs have won two of their last three meetings with MAC teams.
Austin Peay Lady Govs vs. Southeast Missouri Redhawks
Thursday, November 21st | 3:30pm CT | OVC Tournament
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University’s volleyball team begins its postseason when it faces Southeast Missouri in a 3:30pm (CT), Thursday opening-round contest at the Ohio Valley Conference Volleyball Championship hosted by Morehead State.
Fort Campbell, KY – Estep Wellness Center wants you to get ready for a happy and healthy you in the New Year! During the month of December, Estep will be holding a “Hot for the Holidays” membership drive.
There are never any contracts required for Estep membership! Estep is open to all Active Duty, Retirees, Reservists, National Guard, DoD Civilians, contractors, Family members and guests; and they are accessible to the physically disabled. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University has added another player to its Fall 2013 recruiting class, with head coach Stephanie Paris announcing the addition of Juliet Eaton from Menifee, California.
Clarksville’s Kenwood High School Lady Knights Scoreless First Period leads to 75-47 loss to Ensworth Lady Tigers
Clarksville, TN – The Ensworth High School Lady Tigers outscored the Kenwood High School Lady Knights 14-0 in the first period and went on to win the game 75-47.
Seven different Lady Tigers scored in the game, including four who scored in double figures.
Kennesha Nichols led all scorers with 22 points. She made two 3-pointers in the game. Brittany Smith scored 17, Brielle Smith scored 15 and Jordyn Cambridge added 11.
Nashville, TN – The American Red Cross Nashville Area Chapter has partnered with training experts at Nashville K-9 to offer a Dog First Aid Course for dog owners.
“Your pet relies on you to provide daily care, love and affection and as a responsible pet owner you should also be prepared to care for your pet in an emergency or in the event of an accident,” said Joe Simpson, State Operations Manager for Preparedness Health & Safety Services. “Whether your pet becomes ill or is injured, or needs help in a disaster, the Red Cross can help.” «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Santa’s elves will be making appearances at each of our three community centers this December. Families are welcome to have photos taken of their children as they visit Santa, enjoy snacks and games, all at no cost.
Clarksville, TN – Freshman center Tearra Banks made an impact on the court during previous three games for the Austin Peay State University women’s basketball team and was rewarded as the Ohio Valley Conference’s Freshman of the Week, Tuesday.
Banks, of Louisville, KY, averaged 13 points and six rebounds in the last three games for Austin Peay. She began the week with a modest eight-point, two-rebound performance at Southern Illinois, last Tuesday.
Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan – Support, management and accountability are all three key elements to support financial operations throughout Afghanistan.
The maintenance of financial support for soldiers in a deployed environment is essential. If a soldier’s personal finances are not in order it can create devastating effects to mission readiness.
“We have to ensure soldier’s pay is accurate; and if it isn’t, it is our job to fix it correctly and accurately,” said 1st Lt. Wesley S. Tudor, detachment commander of the 101st Financial Management Support Detachment. “If we don’t, Soldiers will be thinking about their finances and how they are going to take care of their Families, rather than their mission.”
American Heart Association says ‘Virtual reality hands’ may help stroke survivors recover hand function
Dallas, TX – “Virtual reality hands” — controlled by stroke survivors’ thoughts — could help them recover use of their hands and arms, according to a small study presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2013.
“Using a brain-computer interface, we’ve created an environment where people who may be too physically impaired to move can practice mental imagery to help regain use of their arms and hands,” said Alexander Doud, M.S., lead author. «Read the rest of this article»
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