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In a hard-hitting fight to the finish, the Fort Campbell High School wrestling team took down the Fort Knox wrestling team, 66-12, during the All-Army Duals Jan. 13 in the FCHS gym.
Blanchfield Army Community Hospital recently launched a new weekly walk-in contraceptive clinic to provide patients an additional option to learn more about contraception, menstrual suppression and get a birth control prescription or refill.
Inclement weather moving through Clarksville on Monday forced the local branch of the NAACP to cancel this year’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade, which had been scheduled to begin at noon in front of Burt Elementary School on Bailey Street.
In the late winter of 2020, Dr. Brandon Di Paolo Harrison, Austin Peay State University assistant professor of accounting, began narrowing down the busy itinerary for his summer trip to South America.
Dollar General announced three stores in Middle Tennessee now offer mobile health clinics to provide customers with basic, preventative and urgent care services provided by DocGo On Demand.
As tax season approaches, the staff of Army Community Service-Financial Readiness recommends taking time to gather any necessary documents so an improper filing doesn’t cost time and money down the road.
Despite the warmth and comfort that may come with personal heaters, there also are risks including fires, property damage, injury, or even death, according to the U.S. Fire Safety Administration.
After the Covid-19 pandemic closed schools, Montgomery County 4-H, the youth development component of the University of Tennessee and Tennessee State University Extension Service, had to adapt.
Austin Peay State University’s The New Gallery, with support from the APSU Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts and the Department of Art + Design, continues the 2022-23 exhibition season with “The Revolution Has Been Televised,” a solo exhibition by Memphis-based artist Carl E. Moore.
Celebrated percussionist Pius Cheung – hailed by The New York Times as “deeply expressive” for his groundbreaking recording of Bach’s “Goldberg Variations” – will perform live on Jan. 29 at Austin Peay State University’s Mabry Concert Hall.
I don’t know if everyone has seen the Netflix series “The Crown” about the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, but there’s an episode with a distant connection to Tennessee history.
For more than 90 years, Austin Peay State University’s faculty, staff, students and alumni have worked to make the world a better place, and last December, the APSU Board of Trustees made that giving spirit a central focus of the University by unanimously adopting Austin Peay’s new mission s…
While many made plans to celebrate NewYear’s Eve at home, and other more-adventurous Clarksvillians set out for downtown Nashville to join up with 200,000 revelers at Bicentennial Park, some locals chose to check out the food, drinks and laid back celebration opportunities offered by downtow…
Now in its 14th year, Radical Mission hosted Warm Souls, an annual Christmas Eve event that provides warm meals, clothing, gifts, haircuts, portraits and more to people in the community who are in need of a little help during the holidays.
On a quiet afternoon in August, about 12 Austin Peay State University Spanish students found themselves inside a secret location – the Clarksville Area Urban Ministries’ SafeHouse. Before arriving, they were told the SafeHouse’s address had to remain confidential to protect the residents liv…
Downtown Commons recently hosted its first ever Live Ice Sculpting & Movie Night, after offering this simple invitation; join us to watch an ice sculptor carve a Christmas tree, live.
Dozens gathered for the City of Clarksville’s third annual wreath-laying ceremony, honoring more than 340 service members resting at Riverview Cemetery.