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APSU students animate 2nd grader’s stories

Earlier this week, a crowd gathered along the edges of a red carpet running through the lobby of the Austin Peay State University Trahern Building. They held up smartphone cameras and leaned over each other, trying to get a bet...
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Tennessee Chamber Commerce & Industry honors Curtis Johnson

The Tennessee Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the Clarksville Area Chamber awarded the coveted “Champion of Commerce” award to State Representative Curtis Johnson (R-Clarksville).
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Small Businesses to celebrate “shop local”

In just five years, Small Business Saturday has become the ceremonial kickoff to the holiday shopping season for small businesses across the country. The fifth annual Small Business Saturday (Nov. 29th) is quickly approaching, ...
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Digital Food Thermometers take guesswork out of holiday dinners

It's time to start thinking about holiday feasts and according to experts, the only way to know with 100% certainty that the meat you are serving is safe or that it is not dry and overcooked, is to use the new breed of digital ...
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Community Meeting scheduled for future of Burchwood Park

The City of Clarksville’s Parks & Recreation Department will conduct a community meeting to discuss the future development of Burchwood Park that includes plans for a new playground and parking lot.
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Crime Prevention Reminders: Residential and vehicle burglaries

Clarksville Police remind residents that burglary prevention starts with security awareness. Property owners should avoid actions that leave them vulnerable to burglary incidents. Both at home and with their vehicle.
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APSU student redesigns Tennessee Academy of Science website

When someone asked Dr. Leong Lee, Austin Peay State University associate professor of computer science, to help redesign and re-program the Tennessee Academy of Science’s (TAS) website, he wondered if they were joking.
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