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Cold water for a good cause

>>Philip Sparn News Editor More than a hundred APSU students, faculty and staff plunged into the cold waters of the Foy Center pool on Thursday, Jan. 31, to benefit the SOS Food Pantry in the fourth annual APSU Polar Plunge. At 3 p.m. the water temperature in the Foy Center ...

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Lights out at the Super Bowl

»Associated Press NEW ORLEANS — A Super Bowl week that had gone so smoothly for the Big Easy suddenly turned bizarre when everyone was watching. The lights went out on the biggest game of the year. The outage, blamed on an unspecified “abnormality” in the Superdome’s power system, was an ...

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Pickup recklessly races down Riverside Drive

– fjohnson20@my.apsu.edu Riverside Drive became a dangerous strip of roadway just after midnight Sunday night as Officer David Sohn clocked a silver Dodge pickup truck traveling 86 miles an hour, according to Clarksville Police Department. As the vehicle was spotted near Crossland Avenue and Riverside Drive, Sgt. Jimmy Brown with ...

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Shooting brings abrupt end to party

– fjohnson20@my.apsu.edu Thursday night ended differently for one group of people than they had intended. According to the Clarksville Police Department, there was a shooting at 135 Westfield Court on January 31, 2013 about 10:30pm. Officers found three people injured on the scene, one in apartment 106 and two that ...

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Campus undergoing heavy construction

»Phillip Swanson If you have been anywhere on campus recently you have probably noticed that there are heavy construction projects that have been going on for some time now. According to Al Westerman, director of Facilities Planning and Projects, there are two construction sites currently on campus.There is the Maynard ...

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