Crossville, TN – The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has issued a $2500.00 reward for information leading to the arrest and prosecution in the shooting of two bald eagles in the Tennessee River valley. Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (TWRA) along with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service continue their investigation investigating the shooting of two bald eagles in the Tennessee River Valley.
Anyone with knowledge regarding these two shootings is asked to contact the TWRA, Region III office at 931.484.9571 or the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at: 615.736.5532.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency and the Tennessee Fur Harvesters are hosting a free trapper training camp. The camp will be held February 24th-26th at the TWRA’s Buffalo Ridge Refuge in Humphreys County.
The 3-day event is for all ages. Classes and instruction will include live trap line, fur handling, trap modification, and set making and snaring.
Montgomery County, TN – Montgomery County Animal Care and Control will be closed Saturday, February 11th for scheduled computer maintenance.
There will be an officer on-call for emergency calls and to take care of the animals at the facility during the closure. The facility will reopen on Monday, February 13th.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
Kenwood High School’s “Waging War Against Cancer” event raises money for St. Jude Children’s hospital
Clarksville, TN – On Friday, January 27th, Kenwood High School (KHS) held the 3rd Annual KHS Charity Game, “Waging War Against Cancer”. The event raised over $1,200 in donations for St. Jude Children’s hospital that will be donated in Josh Artis’ memory.
The games last Friday between Kenwood and Northeast were exciting for sure, but the show at halftime of the boys’ game was also well worth watching. The student governments of both Kenwood and Northeast had been busy running games in the hall for kids and taking donations in the stands, while Kenwood’s National Honors Society gave away glow sticks for a donation.
Mike Mularkey and Jon Robinson enter second year together; Titans own two of top 18 picks in NFL Draft
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Titans embark upon the 2017 offseason with renewed optimism. In the past year, they named a new general manager and head coach, witnessed the continued ascension of their franchise quarterback, acquired key roster pieces, and experienced one of the franchise’s best one-year turnarounds.
With stability at the top of the organization and a foundation in place, the Titans now shift their focus to free agency and the NFL Draft.
Montgomery County, TN – Congratulations to Sherry Pickering for being selected as the Montgomery County recipient for the 2016 Governor’s Volunteer Stars Award.
Sherry Pickering currently serves as the executive director for the Montgomery County Veterans Coalition. In this volunteer role, Sherry spends her time advocating on behalf of local veterans, recruiting new coalition members, writing newsletters, scheduling presentation and classes, researching veteran related issues, promoting events and addressing veteran issues.
Former Austin Peay State University Basketball player Trenton Hassell to be celebrated as an OVC legend at the 2017 OVC Tournament
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Brentwood, TN – For the third year in a row, the Ohio Valley Conference will men’s and women’s basketball legends from each of its member institutions during the OVC Basketball Tournament, with Austin Peay State University legend Trenton Hassell serving as this year’s honoree for the Governors.
During his Austin Peay career, Hassell earned every honor imaginable.
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville Police Department is investigating an early Sunday morning incident that left two men with non-life threatening gunshot wounds.
The clerk at a Fort Campbell Boulevard Mapco station called the E911 Center at 1:53am to report that two men with gunshot wounds were at the store.
A 34-year old Oak Grove, Kentucky resident was found to have a bullet wound to his leg and a 21-year-old man with a Fort Campbell, Kentucky address had what appeared to be a bullet graze to his ear and cheek.
Clarksville, TN – As Austin Peay State University’s softball team opens up its regular season this week, the Governors look to prove the preseason prognosticators wrong and make a run to return to post-season play.
The Govs were picked to finish 11th out of the 12 teams in the 2017 Ohio Valley Conference preseason poll, after recording a 9-38 overall record in 2016 – including a 5-22 mark in conference play.
Written by Eric Gillard
Hampton, VA – Brooke Thornton has devoted eight years to a project that aims to check on the atmospheric health of the Earth. Needless to say, when NASA’s Stratospheric Aerosol and Gas Experiment III on the International Space Station (SAGE III on ISS) launches, she’ll be among the many cheering and working for its success in space.
“After seeing SAGE III mature from concept, to development, to assembly and testing, and preparing for mission ops … I’m excited to see it launch so we get the science we have worked so hard for,” she said.
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