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All APSU campuses closed due to inclement weather

As of 1:13 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 15, all APSU campuses are closed due to the impending weather, according to a e-mail alert sent from APSU’s office of Public Relations. All campuses include, main campus, Fort Campbell, Springfield and Dickson. All evening classes are cancelled for the evening. According to ...

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Foy Fitness and Recreation Center to close early due to inclement weather

The Foy Fitness and Recreation Center will be closing earlier than usual at 6 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 14 due to inclement weather. David Davenport, director of University Recreation sent out an e-mail at 4:23 p.m. announcing the early closing. A staff member of the Foy Fitness and Recreation Center ...

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Cody Tucker to attend one more court hearing

By: Kenneth Lilly Staff Writer Cody Tucker, former senior fullback for the Govs football team, went to court Thursday, Jan. 10 for the continuation of his ongoing trial stemming from his arrest for allegedly selling two vials of approximately 500 milligrams of liquid testosterone to a confidential source in a ...

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Fire destroys house near Exit 1

Dec 11 — At around 1:38 p.m. today there was a fire at 1915 Secretariat Ct. at Bluegrass Downs, a subdivision near Exit 1. According to Clarksville Fire Marshal Ray Williams, the family was away when the fire happened and no one was injured. The family lost four pets, two ...

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60 dogs rescued in Thanksgiving weekend raid

» staff report   Over Thanksgiving weekend, 60 dogs suspected of being victimized in a dog-fighting operation outside of Nashville were rescued by Animal Rescue Corps. Ashland City and Pleasant View fire departments discovered the dogs while responding to a brush fire about 25 miles west of Nashville. The dogs ...

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Several southern teachers arrested in testing scandal

» associated press   It was a brazen and surprisingly long-lived scheme, authorities said, to help aspiring public school teachers cheat on the tests they must pass to prove they are qualified to lead their classrooms. For 15 years, teachers in three Southern states paid Clarence Mumford Sr. — himself ...

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