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Kimbrough Building suffers major flood damage building-wide, department offices forced to relocate

The Kimbrough Building suffered major flood damage to floors and ceilings building-wide Thursday morning. The only elevator in the building is filled to the top with water and cannot be opened. Ceilings on both floors have major damage including some rooms with tiles that have fallen completely through. Throughout the ...

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APSU athletics alumnus George Fisher dies

(Obituary courtesy of TheGovSays) Funeral services for former APSU men’s basketball coach and athletic director Dr. George Fisher, 90, will be held at 11 a.m., Tuesday, Dec. 23, in the chapel of Neal-Tarpley-Parchman Funeral Home. Fisher died Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014 at Grace Healthcare. Visitation will be held from 4-6 p.m. ...

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Bomb threat call near campus

>>Staff Report On Wednesday, Oct. 8, at approximately 11:15 a.m., the Clarksville Police Department responded to a bomb threat call to the Montgomery County Courthouse in downtown Clarksville, less than a mile away from APSU. The threat was made by an anonymous call to 911. The CPD, the Montgomery County ...

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Student injured in motorcycle wreck

Francesca Caterisano, a new member of the Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority and junior health and human performance major at APSU, is in critical condition at Vanderbilt University Medical Center after being involved in a motorcycle crash on Sunday, Sept. 28. Steven Gibson, Caterisano’s fiancé and driver of the motorcycle, was ...

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Juicy J announced as homecoming artist

At the Morgan University Center noon Thursday, Sept. 18, the Govs Programming Council announced  Juicy J will be the 2014 homecoming artist. The concert will be held during this year’s homecoming week on Thursday, Nov. 6. Juicy J is originally a member of the hip-hop collective Three 6 Mafia, alongside DJ ...

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Police respond to campus shooting threat

APSU police responded Monday, Sept. 15, but no charges were filed after a student allegedly threatened to commit a shooting at the APSU Veterans Affairs office. “After taking statements from three witnesses, campus police determined the incident did not present a danger to the university,” said Charles Booth, assistant director ...

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