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Browning broken into, allegedly vandalized by Joshua Napstad

» By JENELLE GREWELL jgrewell@my.apsu.edu Campus police responded to the fire alarm going off in the Browning building at approximately 4:49 a.m on Sunday, Aug. 21. During the investigation, police observed the building had been broken into and vandalized. After reviewing security camera footage, Joshua Napstad, 23, was arrested for ...

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Govs win 4th OVC baseball title

By CIDINE SYDNEY-BREWINGTON Staff Writer   Good things come to those who wait, work hard and want it really bad. After being ranked seventh in preseason predictions and two rough years riddled with injuries, good things came to the Bat Govs on Saturday, May 28. They upset Jacksonville State, 7-3 ...

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ChET program graduates 53 in first commencement class

By BRIAN BIGELOW News Editor The spring 2011 semester marked the first graduating class from APSU’s new Chemical Engineering Technology program. Fifty-three students graduated from the program Friday, May 6, and another has graduated since completing a course at Nashville State Community College. The program first began during the fall ...

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Obama: ‘America’s best days are still to come’

By PATRICK ARMSTRONG Editor-in-Chief, The All State “Job well done,” was the message President Barack Obama brought to more than 2,300 soldiers from Fort Campbell, during his first visit to the Army post. Vice President Joe Biden also joined Obama on Friday, May 6, to talk to the entire Navy ...

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