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Cookeville, TN – Austin Peay State University’s volleyball team could not overcome a subpar offensive outing in a three-set Ohio Valley Conference loss (20-25, 17-25, 21-25) to Tennessee Tech, Friday night at the Eblen Center.
Fast-casual sandwich chain to debut in Clarksville
Clarksville, TN – Penn Station East Coast Subs, the fast-casual restaurant known for its fresh grilled, made-to-order sub sandwiches, hand-squeezed lemonade and fresh-cut fries, will open its first location in Clarksville next month at 110 Needmore Road.
Cincinnati-based Penn Station East Coast Subs features grilled sub sandwiches – including the chain’s renowned Philadelphia cheesesteak sandwich – and cold deli sandwiches made to order with high-quality ingredients on hearth-baked bread.
Montgomery County, TN – Montgomery County Government and Workforce Essentials are pleased to announce they are the recipients of a grant from the Tennessee Department of Labor to establish a Fort Campbell Soldier Transition and Local Retention Program.
This two-year grant, in the amount of $245,800.00, will provide a Fort Campbell Soldier Transition Program Coordinator position, along with all program expenses so the program can be offered at no cost to participants. «Read the rest of this article»
APSU Men’s Basketball Coach Dave Loos takes part in annual Coaches vs. Cancer tipoff event in Nashville
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Nashville, TN – Austin Peay State University head men’s basketball coach Dave Loos was part of a six-coach panel, Thursday, that spoke at the annual Coaches vs. Cancer Tipoff luncheon, held at Allen Arena.
Loos, Belmont’s Rick Byrd, Middle Tennessee’s Kermit Davis, Tennessee State coach Dana Ford, Lipscomb coach Casey Alexander and Vanderbilt coach Kevin Stallings answered topical questions from radio personality George Plaster, of 102.5 The Game in Nashville who served as emcee of the event. Meanwhile, former Vandy basketball star Drew Maddox was the featured speaker.
Tow to Go service available October 30th – 31st
Tampa, FL – 43 percent of all motor vehicle deaths on Halloween involved drunk driving according to the last five years of reported data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). That combined with the increased number of pedestrian trick-or-treaters makes for a deadly mix on Halloween night.
AAA and Bud Light want motorists to plan ahead this year if they will be out drinking. This means choosing a designated driver, staying where you are celebrating, using a cab or finding another form of sober transportation.
Clarksville, TN – The national Alpha Kappa Psi (AKPsi) business fraternity turned 111-years-old earlier this month, and to commemorate the birthday, members of Austin Peay State University’s award-winning Zeta Phi Chapter decided to fund an endowed scholarship in honor of the organization’s longevity.
Clarksville Parks and Recreation’s safe trick-or-treating “One Frightful Night” to be held Saturday in Downtown Clarksville
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department, Altra Federal Credit Union and the downtown businesses have combined forces for this year’s One Frightful Night, also known as Fright on Franklin on Saturday, October 31st from 3:00pm to 6:00pm.
One Frightful Night is a free, family-friendly event featuring safe trick-or-treating, costume contests, and much more in Historic Downtown Clarksville! Follow the screams (of delight) to an afternoon of frightening-ly fun Halloween-themed activities.
Clarksville, TN – In the 2015-16 budget, Clarksville Mayor McMillan proposed a special revenue fund created from a small portion of the local option sales tax dollars the City of Clarksville receives each year.
That proposal was included in the budget that the Council adopted in July. The purpose of this special revenue fund was to provide money to deal with one of the biggest issues people in Clarksville are interested in: roads.
Austin Peay (0-8, 0-5) at Tennessee State (3-4, 0-4)
Saturday, October 31st, 2015 | 2:00pm
Clarksville, TN – Down I-24 goes the Austin Peay State University football team this weekend, set for a 2:00pm, Saturday, start at Hale Stadium against Tennessee State.
The Govs (0-8, 0-5 OVC) and Tigers (3-4, 0-4 OVC) enter play as the only two OVC teams still seeking a conference victory, although Austin Peay’s motivations run deeper—the Governors seek to put an end to their Division I-high 35-game road losing streak, which stretches back to their 2010 meeting with Tennessee State at then-LP Field (now Nissan Stadium).
Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office says Don’t Forget Smoke Alarm Batteries When You ‘Fall Back’ This Weekend
Nashville, TN – Get an extra hour of sleep this weekend when you “fall back” for daylight savings time, but keep your peace of mind all year long by changing the batteries in your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. Tennesseans should turn their clocks backward one hour on Sunday, November 1st, 2015 at 2:00am.
“Even alarms that are hard-wired should have their batteries replaced regularly and should be tested monthly to ensure they are providing the proper protection,” State Fire Marshal and Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance (TDCI) Julie Mix McPeak said. “Use the extra hour we gain this weekend to make sure your home and family are fire-safe.”
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