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Govs to receive $1 million for non-conference games

During the coming semester, APSU’s football team will play the first four games of the year against teams outside of their conference. The first four teams include University of Tennessee, Vanderbilt University, University of Tennessee Chattanooga and Ohio University. Playing these teams will allow APSU to gain a little extra ...

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SGA looks to semester ahead

The Student Government Association (SGA) is getting ready for the upcoming fall semester at APSU. There are numerous events and programs this association provides that students can take advantage of, such as the Peay Pickup. “There are so many opportunities to become involved, and students really need to begin taking ...

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Campus police chief resigns

APSU’s campus police chief, Terence Calloway, resigned in June to take a position as a police chief at Florida A & M University after an 18-month tenure. Sammie Williams, a lieutenant and the interim chief at the department, said that while Calloway’s time at APSU was short, it was also ...

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Flash Flood Watch issued for Montgomery County

The National Weather Service issued a Flash Flood Watch for Montgomery, Steward, Robertson, Benton, Houston, Humphreys, Dickson and Cheatham counties. The watch is effective until 9:15 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 12. For some counties, including Montgomery, the watch will be in effect until Tuesday, Aug. 13 morning. A Flash Flood ...

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Hazardous Weather Outlook in effect for Montgomery County

The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for Montgomery County and most of Middle Tennessee on Monday, Aug. 12 due to heavy showers and thunderstorms expected in the area. According to The Leaf Chronicle, flooding in Clarksville has already led to traffic detours for Franklin Street and ...

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Prosecutor to examine shooting of man tied to Boston bombings

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — The top prosecutor in Orlando said Thursday, Aug. 8 that he will review what led to the fatal shooting of a Chechen immigrant during questioning by the FBI and other agents over the man’s ties to one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects. State Attorney Jeff ...

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