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Lady Govs get the win against SIU-E

The Lady Govs coming  to the game against the SIU-Edwardsville Lady Cougars on Saturday, Feb. 16, needed a victory to snap a three-game losing streak and get another Ohio Valley Conference victory. The Lady Govs got to a hot start and forced the Lady Cougars into early turnovers. The Lady ...

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$20,000 raffle up for grabs

» Faith Johnson Guest Writer With the increasing costs of college who would not be interested in the chance to win a $20,000 cash scholarship? The Scholarship Raffle not only benefits the winner of the $20,000 scholarship, but it is also a fundraiser for several other scholarships at APSU. By ...

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Senate chairman calls for action on immigration

Associated Press WASHINGTON  — The Senate opened its first hearing on a comprehensive immigration overhaul Wednesday, February 13, with a call from a committee chairman for swift action on a pathway to citizenship for the nation’s 11 million illegal immigrants. Tensions quickly emerged as shouting protesters interrupted the hearing and ...

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Foundation aims for prize to help soldiers

ASSOCIATED PRESS CLARKSVILLE — A foundation set up to help Fort Campbell soldiers is trying to rally public support for a gardening project that provides therapy to soldiers and their families. The Leaf-Chronicle reports that the Screaming Eagle Foundation is asking people to vote for its War Garden Project in ...

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White House releases college cost website

ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON  — The White House is releasing a website designed to help college-bound students have a better sense of how much their education will cost and how much they can expect to pay in student loans. President Barack Obama promised the tool during Tuesday’s State of the Union ...

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Anti-affirmative action bill stalls in Senate

ASSOCIATED PRESS NASHVILLE  — A proposal to eliminate affirmative action initiatives from higher education institutions in Tennessee slowed in the state Senate on Wednesday after lawmakers and educators said they were uncomfortable with the bill’s language. Action on the measure, sponsored by Republican Sen. Jim Summerville of Dickson, was delayed ...

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