Golden Pond, KY – Bring the family and experience a simpler 1850’s Christmas. For over 10 years children have enjoyed visiting with Santa Claus at The Homeplace 1850’s working farm. Christmas in 1850 will be held on Saturday, November 29th, from 1:00pm-4:00pm.
Visitors to the 1850’s farm can make Christmas decorations, collect holiday recipes, and sing along to old-time Christmas tunes provided by The Dixie Volunteers.
Austin Peay Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University football team hung tough with Tennessee Tech for 30 minutes, but the visitors pulled away in the second half of a 41-15 season-ending loss, Saturday, at Governors Stadium.
Fort Campbell, KY – Plan now to join MWR at Hooper Bowling Center for a Family friendly New Year’s Eve Party.
On December 31st, starting at 8:00pm and ending at 1:00am, Hooper will be ringing in 2015 with bowling, pizza, party favors and sparkling cider.
Your group of up to eight will enjoy unlimited bowling, shoe rental, one large one-topping pizza, a pitcher of soda, party favors, sparkling cider for a New Year’s toast to ring in the New Year and loads of fun! «Read the rest of this article»
Written by David E. Gillespie
Fort Campbell, KY – Easing the employment transition for Fort Campbell’s wounded, ill and injured recovering Service members, Operation Warfighter (OWF) hosted its quarterly career fair at the Soldier and Family Assistance Center Wednesday, allowing Soldiers to meet face-to-face with more than a dozen federal agencies with internship opportunities.
As a federal internship program, Operation Warfighter provides opportunities for Service members to augment their employment readiness by building their resumes, exploring employment interests, obtaining formal and on-the-job training, and gaining valuable Federal government work experience that helps prepare them for the future.
APSU Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – Sophomore center Tearra Banks scored a career-high 22 points to usher Austin Peay State University women’s basketball team past Grand Canyon, 84-77, in nonconference action at the Dunn Center, Saturday afternoon.
Clarksville, TN – The Kleeman, Crow and Burt-Cobb community centers will be closed Thursday, November 27th and Friday, November 28th for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Centers will be open for “holiday hours,” from 10:00am to 7:00pm on Wednesday, November 26th. Facilities will return to normal operating hours after Friday. «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – The campus of Austin Peay State University is home to more than 15 feral cats and kittens, and members of the university community are doing their part to both care for and provide a home for APSU’s feline family.
Rather than removing or adopting out these feral cats, the mission of Paws to Care is to provide a stable cat colony on campus.
By providing spaying and neutering services, as well as treating them for rabies and other illnesses, the territorial-minded cats help prevent the community from growing out of control.
Clarksville, TN – Kenwood High School rallied from three-points down in the final 5:29, Friday, November 21st, versus Cheatham County High School to hand the Cubs their first loss of the season, 54-47.
Down 42-39 following one-of-two free throws from Cheatham County’s Dallas Mantlo — with 5:29 left in the game — Kenwood (3-2) would hold the Cubs scoreless over the next 4:57, while scoring 10 straight points to take a 49-42 lead with 41.2 seconds left.
Clarksville, TN – A desperation three at the buzzer forced Kenwood High School’s girls basketball team into overtime, Friday, November 21st, where they never truly recovered in a 78-70 loss to Cheatham County High School.
Kenwood (2-3) led 63-60 following two free throws from Jasmine Johnson, with 12.6 seconds left in regulation, giving the Lady Cubs one final chance to tie the game.
Cheatham County (3-2) brought the ball up the court quickly to get into their offensive set and into the hands of their leading scorer Savannah Worlund.
Clarksville, TN – Nashville artist Anthony Scarlati brings his latest works to the Customs House as part of the museum’s Season of Equine. A native of Chicago, Anthony has spent more than twenty years working in the entertainment, sports and equine industries.
Published photo credits include numerous entertainment, equine and special interest publications along with editorial portraits spanning across all genres of music.
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