Nashville, TN – The Nashville Sounds launched four home runs and returned home with an emphatic 10-4 win over the Las Vegas 51s in front of 8,187 fans at First Tennessee Park Tuesday night.
Mark Canha drilled a pair of home runs, his 10th and 11th of the season for Nashville to lead the charge. Matt Olson added his 20th of the season and Renato Nunez added to his Minor League lead with his 26th of the year.
It was Olson’s two-run shot in the first that started the barrage. Franklin Barreto started the home half of the frame with a base hit up the middle. Olson followed with a towering blast to right-center off Donovan Hand to give the Sounds a 2-0 lead.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) has a new addition to its Top 10 Most Wanted list: Brandon Bradford.
Bradford (DOB 3-19-79) is wanted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation to face a charge of Conspiracy to Distribute and to Possess with the Intent to Distribute Heroin.
Ongoing investigation efforts determined Bradford and his co-conspirators supplied a street gang with large quantities of Heroin.
Hopkinsville Community College to host open house for scholarship that provides Kentuckians with free tuition
Hopkinsville, KY – Hopkinsville Community College (HCC) will host a Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship open house on Monday, July 31st from 5:30pm to 7:00pm at the College’s Auditorium Building.
The event is set up to assist students interested in applying for the Work Ready Kentucky Scholarship, which will pay tuition for short-term, career-related certificates and diplomas in fields where there are good paying jobs.
APSU Sports Information
Lexington, KY – Both Austin Peay State University volleyball programs have received the American Volleyball Coaches Association’s Team Academic Award, announced Monday.
It is the fifth consecutive year the indoor volleyball program has been recognized. Meanwhile, the beach volleyball team receives the award in its first season and was one of only 19 beach programs nationwide to earn the honor.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police have released the name of the motorcyclist involved in a hit and run motorcycle crash which occurred on Sunday, July 23rd, 2017 at the 700 Block of Providence Boulevard. The rider of the motorcycle’s name is Ronnie Waller, 31 of Clarksville.
The motorcycle ridden by Waller was traveling south on Providence Boulevard when the crash occurred.
Clarksville, TN – On July 23rd, 2017, a 30 year old male rider lost control his motorcycle and struck the roadway surface on McKenzie Drive in Clarksville. Today, Clarksville Police report the riders name is Christopher Howes of Clarksville.
Howes and his motorcycle skidded off the road and struck a vehicle parked in the driveway at 3800 block of McKenzie Drive.
Montgomery County, TN – The Clarksville-Montgomery County School System has announced two administrative appointments.
Eric Foister will serve in the assistant principal/teacher split position at Montgomery Central Middle School. Wesley “Evan” Stinson will serve in the assistant principal/teacher split position at Northeast Middle School.
Clarksville, TN – Would you like to see your art on display or your short film viewed by hundreds? Do you want to have the chance to win a cash prize? Do you have a friend or family member who would be interested?
Help us spread the word! The Riverfest Art Experience is looking for entries for 2017.
Tuscumbia, AL – My local H.O.G chapter organized a group ride to the Rattlesnake Saloon in Tuscumbia, Alabama. I had never heard of the place, but was pleasantly surprised when we arrived.
Our ride began in Clarksville, TN and started down Highway 48/13, where we veered down Highway 13 towards Erin, TN, and Waverly, TN. Highway 13 is a beautiful ride through some beautiful Tennessee countryside.
Once we cleared through Waverly, we passed the Loretta Lynn Ranch and made our way to Waynesboro, TN. From there we hopped on the Natchez Trace Parkway, which is always a delightful ride.
Washington, D.C. – Six leading public health organizations today asked federal courts to allow them to intervene in two lawsuits brought by the electronic cigarette and cigar industries against the Food and Drug Administration’s 2016 rule establishing public health oversight of e-cigarettes, cigars and other previously unregulated tobacco products.
The groups expressed concern that the Trump Administration may not adequately defend the rule (known as the “deeming rule”) or may seek to weaken or rescind it, putting the health of children and the public at risk.
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