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APSU receives eight-figure donation

>>By Brittany Hickey Staff Writer $1 million has been donated to APSU by Lars Eriksson, owner of Crankshaft Rebuilders, Inc. He gave the gift in honor of his late wife, APSU alumna and teacher Martha Dickerson Eriksson. “Future histories of this university will distinguish Austin Peay from before the Eriksson ...

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Bill won’t allow student IDs for Tenn. voting

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The senator who sponsored a measure to let people show student IDs to cast ballots realized it didn’t have enough votes to pass, so he instead backed a bill that doesn’t allow them to be used. Murfreesboro Republican Sen. Bill Ketron decided Thursday, April 4, to concur ...

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Bill would limit gun carry records to politicians

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — An effort to seal Tennessee’s handgun carry permit records from public scrutiny would create an exception for political operatives and lobbying groups to still obtain the entire set of names and addresses. Republican Sen. Ferrell Haile of Gallatin told the Senate Judiciary Committee this week that ...

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Titans re-sign DE Keyunta Dawson to 1-year deal

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans have kept one of their pending free agents off the market, signing defensive end Keyunta Dawson to a one-year contract. The Titans announced the deal Thursday. That leaves them with 16 players set to become free agents Tuesday. Dawson originally signed with Tennessee ...

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Stress-free spring break: The All State’s guide to having a fun spring break and avoiding all its pitfalls and perils

–pswanson@my.apsu.edu Since the start of the semester, the weather here in Tennessee has been almost unbearable. Every day, we get up to the rain and to the cold and watch as the workload piles up in front of us. After several weeks of this nonsense, most of us are hoping ...

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APSU hosting regional Tennessee History Day competition

From APSU Press Realease CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – Last February, when Austin Peay State University first hosted a regional Tennessee History Day competition, organizers weren’t sure what to expect. Would local middle and high school students take the event seriously, crafting projects such posters, plays and documentaries on historical events? “What ...

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