Des Moines, IA -The Nashville Sounds couldn’t hold an early lead Friday night and ultimately lost 5-3 to the Iowa Cubs in Game 2 of a doubleheader at Principal Park. The Sounds had won the first game of the day-night twinbill 8-3 to move their win streak to five. That matched a season-high, and it’s the second time this season their five-game win streak has been snapped by Iowa.
Franklin Barreto got the Sounds rolling in the first inning with a long two-run homer to left off Eddie Butler. It was Barreto’s 10th home run of the year in 50 games for the Sounds.
Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission
Chattanooga, TN – The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission held its July meeting and among the agenda items, heard a report on a chronic wasting disease (CWD) plan, a report on a long-range deer strategic plan, and a reservoir fisheries habitat update.
The TFWC was holding its first meeting since May and returning to the Scenic City for the first time since October 2015.
Greg Wathen, of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency director’s office, gave a report to the commission on the progress of the TWRA chronic wasting disease (CWD) Response Plan draft. The plan is divided into four areas.
Austin Peay State University raises $9.85 million during second-highest giving year in university history
Austin Peay State University
Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University announced today that it has reached a record fundraising total of $9.85 million in gifts and pledges for the 2018 fiscal year.
This total is the second-highest in university history, and it is the result of a continuous increase in donations over time.
Des Moines, IA -The Nashville Sounds pushed their winning streak to five games with an 8-3 win over the Iowa Cubs in game one of a doubleheader Friday afternoon at Principal Park.
Ramon Laureano led the charge offensively with a 3-for-5 day at the plate as the Sounds collected six extra-base hits. Laureano sparked a rally immediately when he lined a base hit down the right field line to start the game. The base knock extended his hitting streak to 11 games.
Franklin Barreto walked to put a pair of runners on base for Anthony Garcia who hit a deep drive into right field.
Clarksville Gas and Water Department
Saturday, July 14th, 2018
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Gas and Water will close a section of Madison Street on Saturday at 9:00am from University Avenue to South Seventh Street for water main leak repair work.
Motorists will be detoured to Cumberland Drive and South Seventh Street to avoid the work zone.
Clarksville Gas and Water Department
Friday, July 13th, 2018
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Gas and Water has turned off water service on Port Royal Road between Sadlersville Road and Old Clarksville Road and Springfield Road for water main leak repair.
Area residents may also experience low water pressure.
Clarksville, TN – As part of its commitment to give back to the communities it serves, leading financial technology company Advance Financial’s philanthropic arm, the Advance Financial Foundation, has concluded a three-year partnership with the Patriot Foundation, collecting $13,715 in donations.
City of Clarksville
Planning advisory panel deals with growth plans
Clarksville, TN – Tennessee Govenror Bill Haslam has appointed Clarksville Mayor Kim McMillan to a four-year term on the Local Government Planning Advisory Committee.
The committee, which is part of the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development, reviews and approves county growth plans, which are required of all Tennessee counties except those with metropolitan governments.
Longtime resident Billy Borchert launches campaign focused on local issues
New Johnsonville, TN – Billy Borchert launched his campaign Wednesday for Tennessee House District 74, in a bid to unseat Republican Jay Reedy and represent residents of Waverly, McEwan, Erin, New Johnsonville, and parts of Clarksville in the Tennessee legislature.
As a career pipefitter who now operates a farm with his family in New Johnsonville, Borchert says he’ll bring the same mindset of principled hard work to Nashville to fix the area’s most pressing problems.
Written by Sgt. Patrick Kirby
Fort Campbell, KY – It is the season for fawns here on Fort Campbell, as does typically give birth in May and June.
The deer population on Fort Campbell is very dense, especially in the housing areas where hunting is not allowed.
When a doe gives birth its first instinct is to protect the fawn. The doe feeds her young every two to three hours.
Whenever the doe is out in the open with her fawn, the fawn is in danger of attacks from predators. Because she must continue to forage for food, she hides her fawns somewhere safe. Here on Fort Campbell that safe spot often is somewhere near houses in a flower bed or yard.
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