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Kimbrough Building suffers major flood damage building-wide, department offices forced to relocate

The Kimbrough Building suffered major flood damage to floors and ceilings building-wide Thursday morning. The only elevator in the building is filled to the top with water and cannot be opened. Ceilings on both floors have major damage including some rooms with tiles that have fallen completely through. Throughout the ...

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APSU athletics alumnus George Fisher dies

(Obituary courtesy of TheGovSays) Funeral services for former APSU men’s basketball coach and athletic director Dr. George Fisher, 90, will be held at 11 a.m., Tuesday, Dec. 23, in the chapel of Neal-Tarpley-Parchman Funeral Home. Fisher died Saturday, Dec. 20, 2014 at Grace Healthcare. Visitation will be held from 4-6 p.m. ...

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Professor Winters earns teaching award

The Society for Classical Studies only awards one to three Awards for Excellence in the Teaching of Classics annually, and APSU Professor Timothy Winters earned the recognition for 2015. “I am humbled and very much aware of how much I owe to my own professors, many of whom were instrumental in the ...

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Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel visits Fort Campbell

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel has been asked the question over and over again, “What does the military have to do with Ebola?” His response? “That’s a legitimate question.” Hagel spoke to members of the 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell on Monday, Nov. 17. The soldiers in attendance had ...

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Forensics expert to testify at Ferguson grand jury

>>Associated Press   ST. LOUIS — A private forensic pathologist who performed an autopsy on Michael Brown will testify before the grand jury deciding whether to charge the Ferguson police officer who shot him, the attorney for Brown’s parents said Wednesday. Attorney Benjamin Crump confirmed that former New York City ...

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