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Cannon ready to lead Govs football

»Joshua Stephenson, Staff Writer Change is often tough to accept, but sometimes it is a good thing. Sometimes change is necessary to show where you stand. In sports, change comes and goes as quickly as day changes to night and fans don’t even bat an eyelash. This offseason change has ...

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Whiskey Angel: just a rock ‘n’ roll band

–jgrewell@my.apsu.edu Whiskey Angel has been a large part of performing in and supporting the Clarksville music scene since 2011. Singer and guitarist Cody Parson, who is also a senior English major, started the band in January 2011 when he began to get sick of seeing local bands categorize themselves with ...

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Comedian Godfrey talks college life

–shamilton10@my.apsu.edu Comedian Godfrey C. Danchimah Jr., professionally known as Godfrey, came to APSU on Wednesday, April 3, to perform his original standup routine “Black By Accident.” Godfrey is an American comedian of Nigerian descent who has frequently appeared on BET, VH1 and Comedy Central and acted in films such as ...

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Jump for Jude: Alpha Tau Omega’s 5th annual fundraiser generates $25,000

–lsapp@my.apsu.edu APSU’s largest yearly fundraising event was held on Friday, April 5. Alpha Tau Omega held its fifth annual Jump for Jude event at the Red Barn, benefitting St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. This year’s event was presented in memory of Shelby Russell, a Clarksville teenager who recently succumbed to cancer. ...

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Fatal shooting occurs overnight in Lincoln Homes neighborhood.

A shooting involving a fatality occurred in the Lincoln Homes neighborhood near campus sometime between Saturday evening, April 6, and early Sunday morning, April 7, according to an APSU campus safety bulletin. According to a Clarksville Police Department news release, on April 7, 2013, around 3:22 a.m., police responded to ...

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Bill won’t allow student IDs for Tenn. voting

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The senator who sponsored a measure to let people show student IDs to cast ballots realized it didn’t have enough votes to pass, so he instead backed a bill that doesn’t allow them to be used. Murfreesboro Republican Sen. Bill Ketron decided Thursday, April 4, to concur ...

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