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Why gas prices rise and what you can do about it

» By PHILIP SPARN – psparn@my.apsu.edu Most consumers and drivers are aware of the ups and downs of gas prices, but over the last month they have witnessed record-high prices for this time of year. These early rises in the price of a gallon of gas are due to several ...

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Low Water Pressure Notice From Clarksville Gas & Water

»Finance & Administration The Clarksville water treatment plant was unexpectedly shut down last night due construction upgrade work at the plant. The temporary shut-down resulted in critically low water storage tank levels in the system. Many areas of Clarksville are without water service and some areas are experiencing low water ...

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Severe thunderstorms, tornadoes potential this afternoon

Public Relations and Marketing The National Weather Service has indicated we will likely experience severe weather throughout the day today, with the potential for severe thunderstorms and tornadoes. While we are in the last day of midterms, student safety is our priority. If a tornado warning should occur, please move ...

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Tennessee voters choose their candidate on Super Tuesday

» By PHILIP SPARN – psparn@my.apsu.edu Tennessee voters, along with voters from nine other states, will select their preferred candidate for the 2012 presidential elections on what is known as “Super Tuesday” on March 6. While many APSU students will be focused on spring break, the nation will have its ...

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‘3 Joes’ bring us Starbucks

» By TIFFANY HALL – thall29@my.apsu.edu In addition to Einstein Bros. and Seattle’s Best, APSU has another place to go to get a “cup of Joe”: Starbucks. This is thanks to the hard work of three Joes: Joe Mills, director of Housing/Residence Life and Dining Services, Joe Lachina, senior Dining ...

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Bill to evict Occupy Nashville headed to governor

» ASSOCIATED PRESS NASHVILLE — A proposal to evict Occupy Nashville protesters is headed to the governor for his consideration, despite concerns that it could adversely affect the homeless. The “Equal Access to Public Property Act of 2012” passed the House 68-21 on Monday, Feb. 27, evening after lawmakers agreed ...

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