Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation’s mobile household hazardous waste collection service will be in Bedford County and Montgomery County on March 19th. Since the program’s inception in 1993, more than 322,000 households have properly disposed of more than 21 million pounds of material.
APSU Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University (APSU)’s softball team will wrap up its short three-game homestand, 3:00pm, Wednesday afternoon at Cheryl Holt Field with a single contest versus Middle Tennessee State University.
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation charges Three People for Juvenile Human Trafficking in Montgomery County
Nashville, TN – Special Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have obtained indictments for three individuals in connection to an ongoing juvenile human trafficking investigation.
After receiving information from the Tennessee Department of Children’s Services, TBI Agents opened a case on July 8th, 2015, marking the first case initiated under a change in state law giving TBI original jurisdiction to investigate allegations of human trafficking in Tennessee.
APSU Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – APSU’s baseball team will conclude its four-game homestand when it hosts Northern Illinois in a 6:00pm, Wednesday contest at Raymond C. Hand Park.
With the Huskies in town, the Austin Peay State University Athletics Department will host its first “Bark in the Park” sponsored by Family Pet Hospital.
If you’re concerned that you haven’t put enough away to retire, you have plenty of company.
Clarksville, TN – If you’re concerned that you haven’t put enough away to retire, you have plenty of company – about one in four Americans feel the same way.1 And while there’s no silver bullet solution, you may be able to catch up – if you’re willing to be realistic and take the steps necessary to get on track.
Let’s address the biggest problem first. If – for whatever reason – you’re just getting started on building that retirement nest egg, you’ve lost some of the advantage of time.
Customers Can Access Award-Winning High-Speed Internet and TV Services from AT&T
Clarksville, TN – More residents in Montgomery County near Clarksville and east of Indian Mound now have access to high-speed Internet services with the expansion of AT&T1 U-verse® High Speed Internet to more than 480 new locations in the area.
AT&T is making the Internet service available to area consumers and small businesses to provide the most integrated, seamless and smart entertainment experience delivered to almost any screen, anywhere and anytime.
Clarksville, TN – Three students in the Austin Peay State University Department of Engineering Technology recently earned top honors at the 125th Tennessee Academy of Science Meeting, held in Murfreesboro, TN.
APSU student Nicole Kirch won the first prize in the engineering and engineering technology posters section, with her paper titled “Comparison of the effectiveness of various filters on audio signals.” Kirch worked with Dr. Na Zhu, APSU associate professor of engineering technology.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Parks and Recreation invites children and adults of all abilities to participate in a walk on Saturday, April 16th from 1:00pm to 3:00pm at Liberty Park.
Clarksville City Forester, Kathrine Stevenson will meet participants at the Valor Pavilion, located near the dog park, and take them on a guided tour through the paved and wooden walkways of the park.
Written by Staff Sgt. Terrance D. Rhodes
Fort Campbell, KY – In the military the ‘drive to win’ is seen on a daily basis. From Soldiers conducting physical training each day to serving in multiple conflicts over the last decades, winning is and always will be the goal. For the Fort Campbell culinary team, winning is all that matters.
The Fort Campbell culinary team is schedule to compete in the Army’s annual Military Culinary Arts Competitive Training at Fort Lee, Virginia, March 3rd-11th. The team is comprised of soldiers from different units on Fort Campbell. Before the Soldiers became a ‘team’ there were many challenges they had to overcome.
American Heart Association Rapid Access Journal Report
Dallas, TX – Genetically inherited high levels of cholesterol are twice as common in the United States as previously believed, affecting 1 in 250 adults, according to new research in the American Heart Association’s journal Circulation.
The condition, familial hypercholesterolemia (FH), leads to severely elevated cholesterol levels from birth and is a leading cause of early heart attack.
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