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Sports bar placed on Fort Campbell off-limits list following shooting

Callee’s Too Sports Bar at 1962 Fort Campbell Blvd. has been placed on the Fort Campbell off-limits list following a vehicle shooting that occurred in the early morning of Thursday, July 31. “The decision to place Callee’s Too on the list was made due to conditions existing at the establishment that are deemed detrimental to the health, […]

UPDATE: CPD Investigating shots fired near APSU

By Emily DeSpain Staff Writer   Clarksville Police are currently investigating a report of shots fired in Lincoln Homes. Police responded to the call at 2:45 p.m. on June 4, 2014. According to a university wide email from APSU Police Chief Michael J. Kasitz, CPD has two suspects in custody at this time. If you […]

Features

Decorating your dorm room, or any room, on a college budget

Welcome to the blog about everything. This blog will cover a variety of topics written by a variety of bloggers. >>By Crysta Crum, Guest Blogger What’s the major difference between a dorm room and a jail cell? It’s only what the walls look like and the adjustments you’re allowed to make. With all the other expenses […]

The Head and the Heart: Live on the Green vs. Bonnaroo Performance

>>By Sean McCully, Staff Writer Reviews, grooves and all things news. About music. The Head and the Heart came to Nashville’s Live on the Green Thursday, Aug. 21. If you’ve been keeping up with The All State online over the summer, you’ll know TAS went to Bonnaroo in June, and you’ll also know The Head […]

Sports

Govs outmatched by Memphis in season opener

MEMPHIS — On a rainy night in the opening Saturday of college football, the Govs were outmatched by a Memphis team with much more experience. The Tigers jumped out to a three touchdown lead after one quarter, and cruised down the stretch to defeat APSU, 63-0. It’s the fifth-highest point total in school history for […]

Pregame notes: Austin Peay vs. Memphis

It’s time to open the curtains for another season of APSU Football. The Govs, coming off an 0-12 season a year ago, will begin the 2014 campaign on Saturday as they search for their first win since Nov. 17, 2012. For the fourth consecutive season, APSU will be on the road to begin the season, […]

Perspectives

White House threatens to ban selfies with Obama

>> Chelsea Leonard The Boston Red Sox’s David Ortiz lucked up with taking what may be the last presidential selfie with Obama. Ortiz snapped the shot while he visited the White House with the 2013 World Series winners. Unknown to the president, Ortiz has an endorsement deal with Samsung, the company that sponsors the phone […]

Unemployment benefits could be extended

>> Valerie Mcallister The U.S. government is in complete disarray. Many Americans remain jobless and therefore, are financially unstable. Thankfully, our government is “of the people and for the people.” Despite what some Americans believe, one of our government’s top priorities is coming to the aid of the less fortunate. They do this in numerous […]

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140 Chinese students to take part in MTSU program 

MURFREESBORO (AP) — A partnership agreement signed last year between Middle Tennessee State University and Guangxi (gwahng-SHEE’) University in southern China is bearing fruit. According to MTSU, school President Sidney McPhee was in China on Wednesday, July 23, to meet with Guangxi administrators when he learned that 140 Chinese students will be coming to the […]

Awarded a Pell Grant? Better double-check

WASHINGTON (AP) — Potentially tens of thousands of students awarded a Pell Grant or other need-based federal aid for the coming school year could find it taken away because of a mistake in filling out the form. The mistake primarily stems from an online form change to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or […]

Cross burned at church in Clarksville

CLARKSVILLE (AP) — Police in Clarksville are investigating who burned a cross in front of a church and why. Sgt. Charles Gill told The Leaf-Chronicle (http://leafne.ws/1mDrMu3 ) the case is classified as a hate crime because it met all the criteria for reporting hate crimes to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations and the FBI. Gill says […]

Govs are optimistic for upcoming football season

Governors football was picked last in the Ohio Valley Conference Preseason poll that was released this past Friday, July. 18 The unanimous decision to pick the Govs last was partly due to the 0-12 record that the Govs posted last season. The players and coaches were not very surprised by the prediction because of how they […]