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Ashley Thompson

I am the Editor-In-Chief of The All State. I love to explore new ideas and adventure to any place I can find. I am an active bookworm and enjoy writing in my free time, as well as professionally.

Letter to the editor: Bringing awareness to suicide prevention

Contributed by: Katie Dunn, senior Public Health major Dear Editor Thompson, In 2016, there were thirty lives claimed by suicide in Montgomery County, TN. 1 Suicide is the number two leading cause of death for young people in the United States and continues growing. Suicide can be prevented when people ...

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Republicans maintain control in Tennessee

Contributed by: AP News NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Republican candidates maintained control in Tennessee in Tuesday’s election with the help of high voter turnout throughout the state. Two open statewide contests sparked high-profile attention in the buildup to Election Day, with officials reporting high amounts of early voting and absentee ...

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Republican Lee elected Tennessee governor, succeeds Haslam

Contributed by: AP News NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Republican businessman and political newcomer Bill Lee will become Tennessee’s next governor, replacing outgoing GOP Gov. Bill Haslam. Lee secured his bid during Tuesday’s election against Democratic former Nashville Mayor Karl Dean. “I’m grateful for the voters of Tennessee, grateful that you ...

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Group soliciting on campus connected to religious group God the Mother

According to a recent mass email from TheGovSays, campus police received several phone calls on Oct. 24 through LifeSafe about a group on campus soliciting students. These reports rumored that the group may be connected with a human trafficking ring. Campus Police investigated and interviewed the individuals soliciting but found ...

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Adults can take APSU’s new community coding classes for free

Contributed by: APSU Public Relations   CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – For the last couple of years, people keep calling the Austin Peay State University Department of Computer Science and Information Technology and asking the same question – what about community coding classes for adults? Since 2017, the department has offered several ...

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