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Orchid Ensemble to perform at APSU

The Austin Peay State University Department of Music and APSU’s Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts welcome the Orchid Ensemble, recipients of the 2015 Roy Acuff Chair of Excellence in the Creative Arts.
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APSU receives bond approval to buy Jenkins Wynne property

State Representative Curtis Johnson (R-Clarksville) announced today that the Tennessee State School Bond Authority has approved short term financing to be used, in part, to acquire over 10 ½ acres for Austin Peay State Univers...
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Host of “What Would You Do” to speak at APSU

John Quinones will visit Austin Peay State University’s Clement Auditorium to share his insights into human nature with his presentation, “What Would You Do? Changing Ethics in America.”
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Schools remain closed as CMCSS plans make up days

Students at Clarksville-Montgomery County schools have their seventh day off due to residual weather conditions that have a few roads still impassable for school buses. CMCSS employees were expected to report to work.
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CMCSS schools remain closed in Clarksville

Clarksville-Montgomery County schools remain closed today as secondary roads remain dangerous due to ice and snow from last week's storm. Staff will report to schools. CMCSS officials were still assessing damage to school build...
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Sukowatey “halftone” prints on exhibit

Local artist Cynthia Sukowatey will be displaying her silkscreen prints in the show “I AM HALFTONE” at APSU’s Trahern Gallery 108 from March 2-5, 2015 between 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. The opening reception is free to the public an...
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APSU remains closed due to hazardous weather conditions

Except for a Austin Peay State University will remain closed on Friday due to hazardous conditions across campus caused by inclement weather.
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