Tennessee Athletics Department
Knoxville, TN – Diamond DeShields fired in 22 points, as the Lady Vols pulled away from the Tigers in the fourth quarter to win, 77-66, in Thompson-Boling Arena on Thursday night.
Although the teams fought neck and neck through the first three periods of play, #24/25 Tennessee (16-8, 7-4 SEC) exploded in the fourth to put a gritty Missouri team (16-9, 6-5 SEC) away behind 75 percent shooting from the field during the period.
UT had four players in double digits for the night. DeShields’ 22 points marked the ninth time this season she cracked the 20-plus plateau. She also added six rebounds, three assists and a pair of steals in the contest.
Saturday, February 11th, 2017
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Gas and Water has planned a water outage on Saturday, February 11th, 2017, at 7:00am on Sango Drive between Highway 41A South and Sango Road for water main and water valve repair work.
Sango Crossing, Austin Brian Court, Porter Hills Drive, Summer Grove Lane, Clarendon Trace, Huntcrest Court, Crofton Place and Annalise Drive will be included in the water outage and may also be affected by low water pressure during the work.
Thursday, February 9th, 2017
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Gas and Water closed the outer westbound lane of Providence Boulevard between Peachers Mill Road and Shelby Street at 4:00pm this afternoon to repair a water main and water service line.
Westbound traffic will be directed to the inside lane to bypass the work zone; however, traffic congestion may be possible.
Clarksville Parks and Recreation now accepting registrations for Youth Co-ed Baseball/Softball Leagues
Clarksville, TN – Registration for the Clarksville Parks and Recreation Youth Baseball and Softball Recreation Leagues is under way.
Participants can register now through Monday, March 27th at any of our three recreation centers, the Clarksville Parks and Recreation office, as well as online at www.cityofclarksville.com/parksrec
Clarksville, TN – On Thursday morning, February 9th, at 10:50am, a crash that left traffic snarled on Riverside Drive at the North Second Street intersection will not be difficult to investigate because the nearest eyewitness was a Clarksville Police Department Traffic Unit officer.
“I was sitting right here at the red light and saw it happen,” stated Officer Derrick Cronk.
APSU Sports Information
Clarksville, TN – Opening day for the Austin Peay State University baseball season is just eight days away. The athletics department wants to remind fans about its updated season ticket pricing at Raymond C. Hand Park for the upcoming season.
Following on the changes to football and basketball season ticket packages, Governors Club members will receive special pricing on baseball season ticket packages.
Clarksville, TN – Make your reservations now for the upcoming production of “Red Velvet Cake War” at the Cumberland Arts Centre Dinner Theatre scheduled for February 17th, 18th, 24th and 25th.
This hilarious comedy by the writing team of Jones, Hope, Wooten is one of several shows by the playwrights that have been produced at the Cumberland Arts Center and have become a favorite of the Clarksville audiences.
Clarksville Police reports rollover crash blocks intersection of Fort Campbell Boulevard and Cunningham Lane
Clarksville, TN – A Wednesday night rollover crash on Fort Campbell Boulevard injured two people and left a major intersection blocked for over an hour.
Patrol officers were dispatched to the two-car collision at Fort Campbell Boulevard and Cunningham Lane at 5:43pm. One driver was said to have minor injuries. The other driver was transported to Tennova Healthcare in serious, but stable condition.
Written by Alan Buis
Pasadena, CA – The Louisiana coastline is sinking under the Gulf of Mexico at the rate of about one football field of land every hour (about 18 square miles of land lost in a year). But within this sinking region, two river deltas are growing. The Atchafalaya River and its diversion channel, Wax Lake Outlet, are gaining about one football field of new land every 11 and 8 hours, respectively (1.5 and 2 square miles per year).
Last fall, a team from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, showed that radar, lidar and spectral instruments mounted on aircraft can be used to study the growing deltas, collecting data that can help scientists better understand how coastal wetlands will respond to global sea level rise.
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