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Haslam, Grinder proclaim POW/MIA Recognition Week

More than 83,000 Americans and more than 200 Tennesseans are still missing or unaccounted for since World War II. The United States Department of Defense Prisoner of War and Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) maintain information on returning remains of American heroes.

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Veteran suicides on rise in Tennessee

“The wounds of war are not always visible, but can at times manifest under the surface for some Veterans who may not realize how quickly depression can become a critical situation. “One suicide is too many and we are committed to increasing awareness about available resources and identifying gaps to better serve struggling Veterans,” Grinder said.

Gathering Round Arts

Bryant, Renkl share Gallery Talk, launch ‘Even When’ exhibit

A warm, friendly atmosphere prevailed as visitors gathered in the gallery lobby for the presentation. Terri Jordan, museum exhibit curator, welcomed the visitors and introduced the renowned local couple.

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APSU ‘Created Equal’ film screenings seek community bridge building

The Austin Peay State University community extend an open invitation to the public to attend the ‘Created Equal: America’s Civil Rights Struggle’ Film and Community Discussions series.

Students enrolled in APSU’s senior thesis class will host public exhibitions of their work this fall. (Photo by Kim Balevre/APSU) Austin Peay State University

APSU BFA thesis candidates host public exhibition

Fifteen young artists will bring their studies at Austin Peay State University to a close by hosting public exhibitions of the work they created for their senior thesis projects.


 
 
 

 
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Haslam, Grinder proclaim POW/MIA Recognition Week

More than 83,000 Americans and more than 200 Tennesseans are still missing or unaccounted for since World War II. The United States Department of Defense Prisoner of War and Missing Personnel Office (DPMO) maintain information...
by News Staff Ed.
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Veteran suicides on rise in Tennessee

“The wounds of war are not always visible, but can at times manifest under the surface for some Veterans who may not realize how quickly depression can become a critical situation. “One suicide is too many and we are commi...
by News Staff Ed.
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Veterans Outreach event, Job Fair in Sevier County September 24

The TN Department of Veterans Affairs (TDVA) is partnering with nearly 40 federal, state, local public and private partners to ensure Veterans, dependents and surviving family members in Blount, Cocke, Hamblen, Jefferson and Se...
by News Staff Ed.
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Gathering Round

Bryant, Renkl share Gallery Talk, launch ‘Even When’ exhibit

A warm, friendly atmosphere prevailed as visitors gathered in the gallery lobby for the presentation. Terri Jordan, museum exhibit curator, welcomed the visitors and introduced the renowned local couple.
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McDonald’s opens it 9th Clarksville location

If you think there's a McDonald's around every corner, you might be right. The newest addition to the McDonald's family is located on Tiny Town Road, an area that has seen spectacular growth over the past few years.
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APSU ‘Created Equal’ film screenings seek community bridge building

The Austin Peay State University community extend an open invitation to the public to attend the ‘Created Equal: America’s Civil Rights Struggle’ Film and Community Discussions series.
by News Staff Ed.
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Senator Mark Green honors two Immaculate Conception School students

Hannah and Sebastian Motes will be honored at a special ceremony in the chapel at Immaculate Conception School, 1901 Madison St.,on Friday, September 19, at 8 a.m.
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