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Clarksville Transportation 2020+ reaction mostly positive

 

City of ClarksvilleClarksville, TN – Clarksville’s Transportation 2020+ Strategy has been met with a mostly positive reaction, with some 64 percent of citizens who responded to an online survey saying they support or might support the plan, while 36 percent said they definitely do not support it.

Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts last month presented a summary of the plan to the City Council, and invited citizens to take a hard look at the document and offer their thoughts.

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APSU Women’s Tennis loses 4-2 match to Middle Tennessee

 

APSU Women's TennisMurfreesboro, TN – The Austin Peay State University (APSU) women’s tennis won the doubles point against Middle Tennessee, but the Governors were unable to close out the match in singles play and fell to the Blue Raiders, 4-2, Saturday at the Adams Tennis Complex.

Austin Peay State University Women's Tennis' Fabienne Schmidt defeats Middle Tennessee's Lee Barnard 6-3, 6-2. (APSU Sports Information)

Austin Peay State University Women’s Tennis’ Fabienne Schmidt defeats Middle Tennessee’s Lee Barnard 6-3, 6-2. (APSU Sports Information)

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APSU Women’s Tennis heads to Murfreesboro to play Middle Tennessee

 

APSU Women's TennisClarksville, TN – After picking up their second-straight win to start the season last weekend, Austin Peay State University (APSU) women’s tennis is set to play a Saturday, February 27th match at 11:00am against Middle Tennessee at the Adams Tennis Complex in Murfreesboro Tennessee.

Austin Peay State University Women's Tennis travels to Middle Tennessee, Saturday. (APSU Sports Information)

Austin Peay State University Women’s Tennis travels to Middle Tennessee, Saturday. (APSU Sports Information)

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Austin Peay State University Men’s Tennis loses to Middle Tennessee

 

APSU Men's TennisMurfreesboro, TN – Austin Peay State University (APSU) men’s tennis dropped its second-straight match to start the 2021 season, as the Governors fell to in-state rival Middle Tennessee, 7-0, at the Adams Tennis Complex.

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Austin Peay State University Men’s Tennis plays Lipscomb, Middle Tennessee this weekend

 

APSU Men's TennisClarksville, TN – The Austin Peay State University (APSU) men’s tennis is set to kick off the 2021 season with a pair of matches against in-state foes; the Governors will open the season when they host an 11:30am, Friday, January 29th match against Lipscomb in Evansville, Indiana, before playing a 12:00pm, Sunday, January 31st match against Middle Tennessee in Murfreesboro.

Austin Peay State University Men's Tennis plays Lipscomb on Friday in Evansville then heads to Middle Tennessee Sunday. (APSU Sports Information)

Austin Peay State University Men’s Tennis plays Lipscomb on Friday in Evansville then heads to Middle Tennessee Sunday. (APSU Sports Information)

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TSSAA Rewind: Maryville notches its First Football Championship

 

Second in a series of articles about the 1970 football champions.

Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA)Murfreesboro, TN – They notched two of the most convincing wins seen to that point in the fledgling TSSAA playoff series.

They outscored their opposition on the season by a whopping 305 points in just a dozen games – an average victory-margin of 25.4 per contest.

More importantly, the 1970 Maryville High School Red Rebels set the state championship standard that has continued to this day for Tennessee’s high school program with the most all-time wins in football.

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TSSAA Rewind: Undefeated Murfreesboro Central marches to Class AAA football title in 1970

 

First in a series of articles about the 1970 football champions.

Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA)Murfreesboro, TN – At the time, Gene Windham wasn’t even sure it was his best team.

Fifty years later, the 1970 Murfreesboro Central squad, Class AAA State Champions in year two of the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association football playoffs, is still considered by many as perhaps the all-time best team in Tennessee high school football history.

It’s a stance Windham likewise proclaims.

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Tennessee National Guardsman Robert Neal tests community for COVID-19

 

Tennessee National GuardNashville, TN – Throughout 2020, the Tennessee National Guard has been supporting various foreign operations around the world, as well as domestic emergencies at home. The most pivotal of them all has been COVID-19 Coronavirus, and for one Tennessee National Guardsman, it’s a battle that serves great purpose.

Sgt. Robert Neal, a member of 2nd Squadron, 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment, has been an infantryman since he first joined the Tennessee National Guard seven years ago.

Sgt. Robert Neal, an infantryman with 2nd Squadron, 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment, conducts COVID-19 testing at a drive-thru rural assessment site in Montgomery County, Sept. 28. Neal has been supporting the fight against COVID-19 in Tennessee communities since March, when Gov. Bill Lee officially activated the Tennessee National Guard. (Staff Sgt. Timothy Cordeiro)

Sgt. Robert Neal, an infantryman with 2nd Squadron, 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment, conducts COVID-19 testing at a drive-thru rural assessment site in Montgomery County, Sept. 28. Neal has been supporting the fight against COVID-19 in Tennessee communities since March, when Gov. Bill Lee officially activated the Tennessee National Guard. (Staff Sgt. Timothy Cordeiro)

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APSU Women’s Basketball’s Maggie Knowles leads Govs to 90-76 win over Trevecca Trojans

 

APSU Women's BasketballClarksville, TN – To borrow a quote from NBA Jam – an old basketball arcade game – “She’s on fire!” Those are the only words that could be used to describe the first half that Austin Peay State University’s Maggie Knowles had, as the APSU Governors women’s basketball team sacked Trevecca, 90-76, Saturday in the Winfield Dunn Center.  

Austin Peay State University Women's Basketball gets home opening win against Trevecca Trojans. (APSU Sports Information)

Austin Peay State University Women’s Basketball gets home opening win against Trevecca Trojans. (APSU Sports Information)

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How the Tennessee National Guard Recruiting, Retention Battalion became one of Nation’s Best

 

Tennessee National GuardNashville, TN – When it comes to recruiting and retention, keeping the U.S. military as the world’s greatest fighting force is of critical importance. American military branches devote significant resources into marketing and incentives aimed at enlisting new recruits, as well as maintaining the strength of the force.

It wasn’t too long ago when the Tennessee National Guard was struggling with their recruiting and retention. Some modern ideas and marketing ingenuity have flipped the script for Tennessee, as they are now one of the top states in the country.

Staff Sgt. Gregory Cosby, Recruiting and Retention Battalion, meets with student athletes at a Riverdale High School football game Oct. 16, in Murfreesboro. Recruiters from the Tennessee National Guard make efforts to be involved in the community to build relationships with potential recruits. (Staff Sgt. Timothy Cordeiro, Tennessee National Guard Public Affairs Office)

Staff Sgt. Gregory Cosby, Recruiting and Retention Battalion, meets with student athletes at a Riverdale High School football game Oct. 16, in Murfreesboro. Recruiters from the Tennessee National Guard make efforts to be involved in the community to build relationships with potential recruits. (Staff Sgt. Timothy Cordeiro, Tennessee National Guard Public Affairs Office)

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