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Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University men’s basketball will host ULM in its opening game of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament, 7:00pm, Thursday, March 15th, 2018 in the Dunn Center.
That was announced Sunday night after the finalization of the CIT field, which features 20 teams and begins 11:00am (CT), Monday, with four games on CBS Sports Network throughout the day.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police report that vandals senselessly damaged 33 vehicles and 13 residences in a weekend laced with destruction of property.
The majority of the vandalisms took place at residences with streets running off of Ringgold Road from the point where it intersects with the 101st Parkway continuing down Ringgold Road until it crosses Fort Campbell Boulevard and changes to Britton Springs Road.
APSU Softball blanks Saint Peter’s 12-0, beats East Tennessee 5-2, stays perfect at Buccaneers Classic
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Johnson City, TN – Austin Peay State University’s softball team completed a perfect run at the East Tennessee State University Buccaneers Classic, Sunday at Betty Basler Field, by defeating Saint Peter’s 12-0 and East Tennessee 5-2 to finish the weekend 4-0.
The Governors (10-7) continued their hot hitting in the tournament, recording double-figure hits in both games, and finishing the weekend with 44 total hits and batting an even .400 as a team this weekend.
St. Louis, MO – Despite erasing a 17-point deficit, No. 2-seeded Tennessee fell to Kentucky in the SEC Tournament Championship Game, 77-72, at the Scottrade Center on Sunday afternoon.
Clarksville, TN – The Humane Society of Clarksville-Montgomery County will offer a discounted rabies vaccine drive-thru clinic this weekend only as part of the Montgomery County Veterinary Medical Association’s March-designated Pet Health Month.
The drive-thru clinic will run from 3:00pm-5:00pm on Saturday, March 17th and Sunday, March 18th at its 940 Tennessee Avenue location behind Arby’s on Riverside Drive.
Written by Joe Pitts
Nashville, TN – The Property Tax Relief for disabled Veterans, disabled persons and elderly low-income homeowners, House Bill 1496/Senate Bill 1675 (Sen. Mark Green, R-Clarksville), passed the House Finance, Ways and is scheduled for a House Floor vote on March 12th, 2018, and as amended which includes the veterans spouse.
This legislation corrects a rule change made in October, 2017 which would have caused individuals to lose their eligibility for tax relief if the veteran, low-income elderly, and disabled person if admitted to a nursing home for an indeterminate amount of time.
“I am hopeful we will see this bill pass and the tax relief programs will be left intact and alone in the future,” said Pitts.
#2 Tennessee Vols vs. #4 Kentucky Wildcats
Sunday, March 11th, 2018 | 12:00pm CT
St. Louis, MO – The No. 2 seeded Tennessee men’s basketball will look to win its first SEC Tournament Championship since 1979 on Sunday against fourth-seeded Kentucky at the Scottrade Center. The game tips around 12:00pm CT and will be televised live on ESPN and streamed online via WatchESPN.
The Volunteers (25-7) claimed a share of the SEC Regular-Season Championship after being picked to finish 13th by select media during the preseason. On Tuesday, UT swept the SEC’s postseason honors, as Rick Barnes won Coach of the Year, Grant Williams won Player of the Year and Lamonte Turner was Co-Sixth Man of the Year.
Local and Out-of-State Residents May be Targeted
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Department of Health has been notified by several people in Tennessee and other states of a potential scam in which people are contacted via telephone by a caller asking for health insurance information.
The calls appear to come from the Tennessee Department of Health central office.
APSU Sports Information
Johnson City, TN – Austin Peay State University’s softball team had two convincing wins, Saturday afternoon, at Betty Basler Field, as the Governors rolled past Jackson State, 12-2, and host East Tennessee, 9-0, in their first two games at the Buccaneer Classic.
Written by Lina Tran
Greenbelt, MD – The more solar observatories, the merrier: Scientists have developed new models to see how shocks associated with coronal mass ejections, or CMEs, propagate from the Sun — an effort made possible only by combining data from three NASA satellites to produce a much more robust mapping of a CME than any one could do alone.
Much the way ships form bow waves as they move through water, CMEs set off interplanetary shocks when they erupt from the Sun at extreme speeds, propelling a wave of high-energy particles. These particles can spark space weather events around Earth, endangering spacecraft and astronauts.
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