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Search underway for new Director of Public Safety

» By CHRIS COPPEDGE – ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu Last week, four candidates were interviewed for the position of director of Public Safety. Current director Lantz Biles is leaving the position for unspecified “personal family reasons.” The four candidates include David Dray, Jason Morton, Jerrold Johnson and Terrence Calloway. The director of Public ...

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GovTV channel 99 partners with AT&T U-Verse network

» By ERICKA CONLEY – econley@my.apsu.edu The GovTV Channel 99, which broadcasts public and educational programs produced by students, is now carried on the AT&T U-Verse network. U-Verse is a fiber optic technology that combines Internet, digital television and digital home service. U-Verse also includes a home DVR digital video ...

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New honor society created for nontraditional students

» By MORGAN SMITH – msmith156@my.apsu.edu Around 42 percent of APSU students are classified as nontraditional students, and there is now an honor’s society that caters specifically to them. The new Non-Traditional Student Society’s slogan is “STARS — Students Together Achieving and Reaching Success.” Success is their main goal, and ...

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Information session held about new voter ID law

» By CHRIS COPPEDGE – ccoppedge@my.apsu.edu The Tennessee Urban Resource Center sponsored a community forum on the subject of the new voter ID law at 6 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 28, at the Clarksville Montgomery County Library. The forum was meant to educate attendees about the new law which goes ...

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Campus Subway top store in Middle Tenn.

» By ERICKA CONLEY – econley@my.apsu.edu Subway is the newest addition to the APSU dining services, and it was number one in customer count and number two in total sales out of the 224 Subway stores in the Middle Tennessee region. The next Subway in the region with the most ...

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Gov Haslam expresses ‘firm hope’ to avoid 5 percent cut to TennCare

» ASSOCIATED PRESS NASHVILLE, Tenn. — TennCare officials on Monday, Nov. 28, again proposed eliminating counseling services to hospice patients and their families if the state’s expanded Medicaid has to reduce spending by 5 percent, though Gov. Bill Haslam stressed that it’s his “firm hope” that the deepest cuts can ...

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