Nashville, TN – Tennessee needs at least $38.8 billion of public infrastructure improvements during the five-year period of 2012-2017 according to a new report by the Tennessee Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations (TACIR).
The need for public infrastructure improvements, as reported by state and local officials, is up $1.3 billion (3.5%) compared with the year before. «Read the rest of this article»
Fort Campbell, KY – Join us at Fryar Stadium on November 15th for the Culminator – the final 2014 Eagle Challenge Fitness Tour (ECFT) event. The Culminator will consist of a 10K, 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run.
First place medals will be presented to the top finishing WTU Soldier, top finishing Stroller participant, and to the overall male and overall female in both the 10K and the 5K races.
First, second and third place medals will be presented to the top three finishers in each age division of the 10K and the 5K races.
APSU Sports Information
Martin, TN – A week after most everything went right for Austin Peay State University’s football team in defeating Murray State, the Govs literally could not get out of their own way against UT Martin, Saturday, in Ohio Valley Conference action.
The Skyhawks took advantage of two interceptions and one fumble to roll past the Governors 37-7, during homecoming action at Hardy Graham Stadium.
Austin Peay Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – Four players recorded double-digit kill totals but it was enough as Austin Peay State University’s volleyball team fell in four sets (23-25, 23-25, 25-18, 18-25) to SIU Edwardsville, Saturday, in Ohio Valley Conference action at the Dunn Center.
Clarksville Parks and Recreation announces Community Meeting for Future of Burchwood Park set for October 28th
Clarksville, TN – The City of Clarksville’s Parks and Recreation Department will conduct a community meeting to discuss the future development of Burchwood Park that includes plans for a new playground and parking lot. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – When someone asked Dr. Leong Lee, Austin Peay State University associate professor of computer science, to help redesign and re-program the Tennessee Academy of Science’s (TAS) website, he wondered if they were joking.
“I studied the requirements and realized that this would be a relatively big project,” Lee said. “This is a $75,000 professional level web development project involving feasibility study, frontend web interface design, backend database system design and web-database programming.”
Montgomery County, TN – Scammers are once again targeting residents of Montgomery County, purporting to be officials of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.
Sgt. Steve Heise said the MCSO has received several complaints from victims who were told they had outstanding warrants, sometimes for failure to appear for jury duty.
“The subject will then ask the victim to put $1,000 on a Green Dot card and then give them the number over the phone, or they will be immediately arrested,” Heise said. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Fright on Franklin, the City’s annual Halloween festival, will take place on today, October 25th, 2014 in Downtown Clarksville from 3:00pm to 7:00pm. Fright on Franklin will feature 70 trick-or-treat booths, costume contests, a haunted house, a hayride and food vendors!
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office reports SRO teamwork halts High School Football game Shooting Threat
Montgomery County, TN – A man who made threats through social media early Friday, October 24th, about committing a shooting at a football game was quickly apprehended at Clarksville High School.
Around noon Friday, SRO Deputy Jesse James received a tip of possible threats from a man who planned to show up to a high school football game and commit a shooting.
“The threats couldn’t be directly confirmed, but we take every threat to citizen safety seriously,” said Montgomery County Sheriff John Fuson.
Kenwood High Knights Football keeps playoff hopes alive with 20-17 win over Clarksville High Wildcats
Clarksville, TN – In what was a must-win situation to keep its post-season hopes alive, Kenwood High School got out to a 20-0 lead Friday night, October 24th at Hilda J. Richardson Athletic Field – then when off a late Clarksville High charge for a 20-17 District 10-AAA victory.
Kenwood (4-5, 3-3 District 10-AAA) would come out clicking on offense behind the play of quarterback Malcom Perry, as the Knights found the end zone on each of its first three possessions.
On their first drive the Knights would begin at their own 11-yard line, but moved out of the shadow of their own goal line with back-to-back first-down runs by AJ Richardson and Perry to get out to the Kenwood 32.
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