Grand Total of 565,548 Take in a Game at First Tennessee Park, Most in the Past 25 Years
Nashville, TN – First Tennessee Park opened its gates for the final time on Thursday night, as the Sounds hosted Fan Appreciation Night and the Round Rock Express, falling 8-3.
The crowd of 8,938 at First Tennessee Park boosted the yearly total to 565,548 – the most the franchise has had in its last 25 seasons.
Before the beginning of the game, Sounds General Manager Garry Arthur and Sounds field manager Steve Scarsone awarded three Sounds players with year-end trophies.
Austin Peay Sports Information
Birmingham, AL – With its opening week behind it, Austin Peay State University’s volleyball team looks ahead to its second weekend tournament, Friday-Saturday, at the UAB Invitational.
The Lady Govs open the tournament with a 4:00pm, Friday contest against Savannah State. Saturday’s action begins with an 11:00am contest against Florida International before APSU wraps its stay with a 4:00pm matchup with host UAB.
Nashville, TN – The National Weather Service (NWS) reports that Labor Day weekend will be a hot one for Clarksville-Montgomery County and most of Middle Tennessee.
High temperatures are expected to top out in the lower and middle 90s west of the Cumberland Plateau through at least Sunday, with a high of 93 degrees forecast for Clarksville tomorrow and 94 degrees on Saturday.
Temperatures over much of our area will be running some five to ten degrees above normal.
Clarksville, TN – As far back as I can remember, the Braves were fine. Nearly always good, occasionally great. Sure, there was that 2008 team that was underachieving and unfortunate and doesn’t bear any measure of discussion. But from the time I started paying attention to baseball, I could nearly always count on Atlanta being involved in meaningful games in August and September.
So 2015 will be slightly different.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Street Department will close Old Russellville Pike on Friday, September 4th, 2015 beginning at 8:30am. Weather permitting, the road will be closed at the railroad tracks for repaving. Traffic will not be rerouted.
The Street Department is working with RJ Corman on the project.
Tampa, FL – More Americans will be traveling this weekend than they have any Labor Day weekend since 2008. Since most of those travelers will be doing so by car, a significant danger is created when you add impaired drivers celebrating the last holiday weekend of the summer.
AAA and Bud Light ask anyone celebrating with alcohol to plan ahead. That means using a Designated Driver, staying where you are celebrating, or arranging for a sober ride home such as a taxi or a ride-share program.
Clarksville, TN – Earlier this summer, Jose Ramos-Lopez, a senior cadet in Austin Peay State University’s ROTC program, found himself running with police officers through the streets of Freehold Borough, New Jersey.
Ramos-Lopez was in the northern state to participate in a Cadet Leadership Course, and he was asked to carry the Special Olympics New Jersey torch during the Law Enforcement Torch Run, which raises money for the Special Olympics.
Clarksville Parks and Recreation has a few spaces remaining for their youth and teens Fly Fishing program
Clarksville, TN – Do you like fishing? Are you interested in aquatic environments? Clarksville Parks and Recreation has once again teamed up with the National Fishing in Schools Program to offer a class in basic fly fishing!
Class will be held at the Crow Community Center on Thursdays from 4:00pm to 5:00pm, September 3rd through September 24th, and is open to grades 6-12.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Arts Commission is conducting a series of grants workshops to inform the public of funding opportunities offered by the Commission.
These workshops are free informational meetings for potential and current constituents, nonprofit organizations, local government agencies, TN teachers and artists. Attendees will learn about grant opportunities and the application process, state arts resources, accessibility strategies and the Arts Education Teaching Artist Roster.
Austin Peay Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – Senior outside hitter Samantha Strother, of the Austin Peay State University volleyball team, has been named the Copies in a Flash APSU Athlete of the Week.
Strother brought back all-tournament honors from the Lady Govs opening-weekend visit to Purdue for the Mortar Board Premier, posting 30 kills in three matches.
The Richmond, Texas native got off to a slow start on the attack, combining for 14 kills in matches against Ohio and Purdue, although she did record 12 digs in the season opener against the Bobcats.
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