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Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University (APSU) has joined a state effort to distribute close to 300,000 free or low-cost cloth face coverings across the state.
APSU bought 30,000 (about 10 percent of the masks) to give to students, staff and faculty.
Tennessee Economic Recovery Group Enlists Flagship Tennessee Brands to Get More Masks in Hands of Tennessee Residents
Nashville, TN – Tennessee Governor Bill Lee’s Economic Recovery Group (ERG) has developed the TN Strong Mask Movement, partnering with more than 30 flagship brands to distribute close to 300,000 free or low-cost cloth face coverings, at a projected value of more than $3 million, across the state.
Clarksville, TN – When Austin Peay State University (APSU) moved spring and summer classes online in response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic, professors and students had to adapt.
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announces $1,818,233 Transportation Grant for Red River Pedestrian Bridge in Clarksville
Nashville, TN – Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and Tennessee Department of Transportation Commissioner Clay Bright announced today the award of $13,669,998 Transportation Alternatives Grants statewide in Tennessee. This includes $1,818,233 for the Red River Pedestrian Bridge in Clarksville.
Montgomery County, TN – The Tennessee Recycling Coalition (TRC) has selected two Montgomery County organizations for its 2019 Recycler of the Year Awards. The Clarksville-Montgomery County Green Certification Program was selected the Government Recycler of the Year and Furniture Connection (a.k.a. Red Knight Distribution) received the Recycling Video Production of the Year.
TRC is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting recycling and sustainable materials management practices in the state of Tennessee.
Tennessee Department of Tourist Development
Nashville, TN – Tourism in Tennessee continues to expand with new attractions, impressive state-of-the-art developments, expansions and milestone anniversary celebrations of iconic attractions that help shape “The Soundtrack of America. Made in Tennessee.”
Clarksville, TN – One of the great things about being in Tennessee, is that the Smoky Mountains are just down the road. This time of the year is probably the most popular time of the year to visit, because of the beautiful fall colors, but for bikers, it’s for the riding.
We left early Friday morning, and right off the jump, I pulled my back out. It was just a quirky thing when I raised up, “BOOM” I had a knot in my back. If you’ve ever had a problem with your sciatica then you know what I’m talking about. It didn’t bother me while I was in the saddle, but as soon as I stood up, I could barely walk.
Written by Shannon Ridinger
Huntsville, AL – NASA is on a mission to inspire young minds to become the next generation of critical thinkers. By engaging students in space exploration at the agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, NASA encourages learning in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in a way that fosters hands-on learning and discovery.
“As more states incorporate STEM-focused education into their standards, we assist teachers by developing curriculum support materials that help them meet the standards while making learning fun for their students,” said Susan Currie, education specialist at Marshall.
Austin Peay State University Computer Science and Information Technology students compete, present research at major competitions
Clarksville, TN – Students from Austin Peay State University’s Department of Computer Science and Information Technology have been active in recent weeks, competing in regional coding challenges, as well as presenting findings at a major academic conference.
Two teams of Austin Peay students recently made a strong showing at the Association for Computer Machinery-International Collegiate Programming Contest (ACM-ICPC) 2017 Mid-Central USA Regional Contest, held Saturday, November 4th, 2017 at the University of Tennessee at Martin.
Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office says think Safety First when Visiting Haunted Houses this Halloween Season
Nashville, TN – Consumers might know them as haunted houses or haunted mansions. But in Tennessee, they’re called Special Amusement Buildings – and they have their own set of regulations.
As the Halloween season ramps up, the Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO) reminds consumers that safety features at Special Amusement Buildings are in place to help protect visitors and eliminate real-life scares.
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