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Tenn. revises protocol for executions

LUCAS L. JOHNSON II Associated Press   NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Department of Correction said Friday that it’s switching from a three-drug method to execute death row inmates to a single-drug method. The new protocol now calls for using the sedative pentobarbital only to put an inmate to ...

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Fort Campbell soldier dies in Afghanistan

Associate Press   FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. (AP) — The U.S. Defense Department says a Fort Campbell soldier has died after being struck by enemy fire in Afghanistan. The military says 31-year-old Staff Sgt. Thomas A. Baysore Jr. of Milton, Pa., died Thursday in Paktya Province, Afghanistan. The Army says Baysore ...

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Maynard construction in final days

New dorms have not been the only buildings in construction this year at APSU. The new Maynard Mathematics and Computer Science Building has been coming together, as well. Construction crews broke ground August 2012, and now the facility is close to completion. “The Maynard Building is scheduled to be substantially ...

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Craig Morgan announced as Homecoming artist

Country artist Craig Morgan was announced as this year’s homecoming concert artist. The concert is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 21 at 7 p.m. in the Red Barn. Morgan is famous for performing such songs as “Red Neck Yacht Club” and “International Harvester.”

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‘Coffee and Conversation’ with Representative Joe Pitts

On Tuesday, Sept. 17, Einstein Bros Bagels hosted “Coffee and Conversation” with Tenn. Representative Joe Pitts. Students were given the opportunity to go to Einstein Bros Bagels and have cinnamon twists and 50-cent small coffees while listening to and discussing issues with Pitts, such as politics, education and issues affecting ...

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Legislation and two new senators at this week’s SGA meeting

Senators Taylor Gaston and Thomas Thornton presented resolution number two at the SGA meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 25. This bill will send a recommendation to the Physical Plant asking them to pour concrete on the gravel area of Govs Lane between the UC and the flowerbed that many students use ...

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