Clarksville, TN – West Creek’s junior quarterback Jordan Justice threw four touchdowns and rushed for one more in the Coyotes’ 35-0 shutout of the Northwest Vikings Friday night. The win ended a four-game losing streak and was the Coyotes first victory over a District 10-AAA opponent this season.
In an impressive aerial assault, Justice completed 9-of-12 passes to five different receivers for 313 yards with four touchdowns. Two of the touchdown passes were over 45 yards.
APSU Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University’s volleyball team suffered through its most error-prone outing this season and fell in four sets (20-25, 16-25, 29-27, 20-25) to Eastern Illinois, Friday night, in Ohio Valley Conference action at the Dunn Center.
Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Clarksville Chamber of Commerce award Legislator Curtis Johnson with Premier Business Award
Johnson Receives “Champion of Commerce” Award
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the Clarksville Area Chamber awarded the coveted “Champion of Commerce” award to Tennessee State Representative Curtis Johnson (R-Clarksville).
Former APSU Football players John Ogles, Harold “Red” Roberts on College Football Hall of Fame ballot
Austin Peay Sports Information
Irving, TX – John Ogles and Harold “Red” Roberts, the only two Austin Peay State University football players to have their respective jerseys retired, are on the 2015 Divisional Player ballot for the College Football Hall of Fame.
That has been announced by The National Football Foundation (NFF) & College Hall of Fame. In total, 87 players and 25 coaches are on the ballot from the divisional ranks while 75 players and six coaches are on the Football Bowl Subdivision ballot.
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Investigator graduates from Tennessee Bureau of Investigations State Academy
“The training was outstanding and second to none,” Heise said.”
Nashville, TN – Bethel University’s College of Professional Studies is offering a new military scholarship to active-duty, veterans, and eligible family members. The reduced tuition can be applied toward a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership (online), a bachelor’s degree in Management & Organizational Development (in the classroom), or Bethel University’s Executive MBA degree.
Adult learners do not need previous college credits to take advantage of the scholarship. All forms of the GI Bill are accepted, and Tuition Assistance may be applied in addition to the scholarship. «Read the rest of this article»
Tennessee Titans (2-5) vs. Houston Texans (3-4)
Sunday, October 26th, 2014 | Noon CDT
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Titans (2-5) reach the midpoint of their season this week, hosting the Houston Texans (3-4) in the final game before their bye. Kickoff at LP Field is scheduled for noon CDT on Sunday, October 26th.
In a departure from tradition, this week’s game between AFC South rivals will be televised regionally on FOX, including Nashville affiliate WZTV FOX 17.
Clarksville Gas and Water announces Appleton Drive and North Liberty Church Road Water Outage Planned
Saturday, October 25th, 2014
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Gas and Water will turn off water service on Appleton Drive and North Liberty Church Road for water main maintenance at 8:00am on Saturday, October 25th, 2014. There may also be low water pressure for area residents during the work. The roads will be passable.
Construction crews anticipate the work to be finished and water restored by approximately 2:00pm.
Clarksville, TN – Hope Pregnancy Center is pleased to announce the second annual Mother Son Character Ball, to be held Friday and Saturday, November 7th and 8th. Event is open to mothers, grandmothers, aunts or any adult female role model, and young men in grades K through 12, as well as college age. Come enjoy dancing, dessert, and a brief encouraging message focused on the event theme, “Man of Courage”.
The Character Ball was designed as a companion event to the popular Father Daughter Purity Ball offered in February «Read the rest of this article»
Fort Campbell, KY – Campbell Crossing hosted more than 2,500 Fort Campbell Soldiers and families during its annual Fall Festival held last weekend. The event featured a variety of seasonal activities including a pumpkin patch, face painting, laser tag, a pumpkin-carving contest and more.
“It is always enjoyable to see our community come together for events such as the Fall Festival,” said Mike Goodwin, project director for Campbell Crossing. “Thanks to the entire Campbell Crossing and Fort Campbell community, this year’s event was a great success. Their support and participation is what allows us to continue providing fun, family-friendly, free events for all our Campbell Crossing families to enjoy.”
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