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Game, Set, Match. Govs ,Lady Govs tennis pick up big OVC wins

» By DANIEL NEWTON – dnewton7@my.apsu.edu The APSU tennis teams prevailed this week over Ohio Valley Conference rivals Tennessee State on Friday, April 6, and Jacksonville State on Saturday, April 7. The men’s team won both matches convincingly, beating Tennessee State, 7-0, and Jacksonville State, 5-2, to push their overall ...

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Health-care reform may reduce education spending

» By PHILIP SPARN – psparn@my.apsu.edu As the constant debate surrounding President Obama’s health-care reform law continues, many college students and young Americans are left wondering how the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act affects them. While advocates of the law suggest the law offers young adults many benefits and ...

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Grants for local businesses encourage growth, employment

» By CHRIS COPPEDGE – ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu Governor Bill Haslam has approved grants to several companies, one of which is in Clarksville, intended to create and retain jobs throughout the state. Hendrickson International’s Montgomery County division recently received a $17,024 job-creation grant. Hendrickson manufactures bumpers and suspensions for tractor-trailer trucks. According ...

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Motive for Tulsa shootings may lie in 2010 killing

» ASSOCIATED PRESS TULSA, Okla. — The explanation for a shooting rampage that terrorized Tulsa’s black neighborhood and left three people dead may lie in a killing that took place more than two years ago. Carl England, whose son is accused in the weekend shooting spree, was fatally shot in ...

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» By ERICKA CONLEY – econley@my.apsu.edu APSU hosted the 2nd Annual Women’s Leadership Symposium on, Friday, March 30. The event, sponsored by the Political Science department, was free of charge and all young women were encouraged to attend. Takesha Anderson, administrative assistant to the Political Science department referred to the ...

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» By BRITTANY WESTER – bwester2@my.apsu.edu To make people aware of the different disabilities and the services provided to those with disabilities, the Office of Disability Services is hosting a whole month of events promoting disability awareness. President Timothy Hall has named April the “Disability Awareness Month.” A lot of ...

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