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Clarksville’s NAACP chapter hosts annual Civil Rights March in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. would have been 88 years old on Monday, Jan. 16; however, in 1968 he was killed by an assassin. In response to this tragedy a holiday was established to celebrate King’s birthday. To celebrate the holiday, the Clarksville branch of the NAACP holds a commemorative march ...

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Fireworks cause different kind of bang

He had to stay mentally and physically strong to overcome the most difficult struggle in his life. Mackenzie Steele, had the most dramatic accident of his life. In the Spring 2016 semester he was in his apartment building downtown Grand Forks, North Dakota with a few of his friends when ...

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‘Food for Fines’ offers way to forgive parking fines, donate to community

The APSU Police Department is offering students a way out of their mounting pile of parking fines. The price: canned food. APSU campus police organize a Food for Fines program every year, which allows people who have fines for vehicle infractions. Up to 10 non-perishable items equate to one fine ...

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Review: Anything Goes holds nothing back

Reading the title of the play, Anything Goes, I wondered just how literal the application of such a name would go on a college campus. As it turned out, I needn’t have worried about possible censorship. The Theater Department spared no expense. I attended the Saturday evening showing on Nov. ...

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Emerald Hills practices self-defense, teaches about sexual assault

Ashley Thompson | Features Writer With the recent sexual assault report on Friday November 11 , the need for awareness of what to do in an assault situation and how these situations can be avoided has become more prominent for many people, including campus police. RAs have to put on ...

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