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Archive for September, 2013


Patterson Farms to host “Pumpkin ‘Palooza”

Patterson Place Farms in Woodlawn will host a "Pumpkin Palooza" Festival on October 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
by News Staff


Parks & Rec Weekly Report spotlights Bark & Movies in thePark

Residents are urged to participate in the many activities designed to enhance their outdoor recreation and enjoyment of a physically active lifestyle.
by News Staff Ed.



Clarksville woman leads police on 100+ mph chase in stolen cruiser

A Clarksville woman arrested for drunken driving managed to crawl through the partition window of a cruiser and drive off in the police car, leading police on a chase on a 100+ mile an hour chase up Fort Campbell Boulevard befo...
by News Staff


CFPB launches toolkit to help teachers tackle student debt

CFPB launches toolkit to help teachers and other public servants tackle student debt. One in Four American Workers may be eligible for student debt forgiveness.
by Joe Pitts

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DAC presents “Different Leaves of Fall” at ArtWalk

Downtown Artists Co-op is proud to present "Different Leaves of Fall", an exhibit of fine art featuring eight new members of the Cooperative Gallery. Opening reception for "Different Leaves of Fall" will be held during First Th...
by News Staff


Karen Skolfield

Poets Eimers and Skofield to read at APSU

At the time, Eimers was serving as judge of the Austin Peay State University Zone 3 Press First Book of Poetry Award, and she awarded the prize to the manuscript in her hands Karen Skofield will read from her award-winning book...
by News Staff

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Cannonball Press visits APSU campus

Brooklyn’s Martin Mazorra and Mike Houston of Cannonball Press are coming to APSU this week to collaborate through the weekend with students on a public sculpture for the Morgan University Center. Founded in 2000, Cannonb...
by News Staff