Nashville, TN – A multi-agency effort has led to the capture of a man listed on the TBI’s “10 Most Wanted” List.
In recent weeks, the Maury County Sheriff’s Department developed information indicating Deterines Cortae Cathey, 24, of Columbia, Tennessee, was in Murfreesboro, in the vicinity of Middle Tennessee State University.
APSU Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – Senior Marco Iten will represent Austin Peay State University men’s golf team at the NCAA Men’s Golf Tournament Auburn Regional, May 15th-17th, at the Auburn University Club.
The 2014 Ohio Valley Conference Individual Medalist, Iten is the fourth Gov to earn a berth in the NCAA Tournament as an individual and the third since 2008, joining Grant Leaver (2008) and Anthony Bradley (2012).
Trailing all game, the Sounds battled back to within two runs of Iowa in the eighth inning, but a seven-run outpouring from Cubs’ hitters in the ninth sealed Nashville’s fate.
Up to $12.3 Million in Grants and $57.8 Million in Loan Guarantees Available In Rural Energy for America Program
Washington, DC – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that USDA is seeking applications from rural small businesses and agricultural producers for funding to make energy efficiency improvements or to install renewable energy systems.
“Developing renewable energy presents an enormous economic opportunity for rural America,” Vilsack said. “This funding will help farmers, ranchers and rural small business owners incorporate renewable energy and energy efficiency technology into their operations, create jobs and help America become more energy independent. When small rural businesses and farmers cut their energy costs with cleaner and more efficient energy, we are both helping their bottom lines and reducing the amount of greenhouse gas pollution that affects our climate.”
Fort Campbell, KY – I don’t know about you but I thought winter would never end!
Come out and enjoy the great weather with these Outdoor Recreation Adventure Programs.
Climbing 101: May 8th from 5:30pm to 8:30pm. The cost is $10.00. Anyone age 12 and over who wants to learn the exciting sport of climbing is welcome to join this activity. The clinic will cover equipment, belay instruction, safety precautions, and technique. Instruction and equipment are included. Preregistration is required by 4:00pm. on the day of the event. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – The Wilma Rudolph Event Center (WREC), located at Liberty Park, recently received a facelift or, more appropriately, a glass lift. Contractors were on site April 21st-24th, 2014 applying over 6,000 square feet of window film to the event center’s glass interior.
Monday, May 5th, 2014
Clarksville, TN – A repaving project is scheduled to begin on Cumberland Drive on Monday, May 5th, 2014. It is anticipated that the work will continue for approximately two weeks barring inclement weather. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – The Palmyra Volunteer Fire Department held their 2nd Annual Cornhole Tournament Saturday, May 3rd at Hilltop Super Market.
The weather was warm, with clear skies and a slight wind that gusted at times making some of the games more challenging. It began at 8:00am during Hilltop’s BBQ Cook-Off.
“The Queen City Road Race was first ran 36 years and is intended to get people out and about, it encourages fitness, and helps to get and keep the participants healthy,” said Queen City Road Race Director Tina Boysha.
Instant Peay Play: Athletic Academic Services helps APSU Govs, Lady Govs get final win in class room
Clarksville, TN – As the Austin Peay State University school year comes to an end this week with finals exams leading up to the May 9th graduation ceremonies, more than a few Governors and Lady Govs athletes have been helped to get to that point by the school’s Athletic Academic Services.
Under the direction of Sonya Bain, the Athletic Academic Services department is responsible for monitoring the eligibility and academic progress for the schools 300-plus student athletics, of which this semester will see approximately 60 go through graduation this week.
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