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Clarksville artists join MidSouth Con 32 in Memphis March 21-23

It has an average of 120 hours of programming in multiple tracks during the Con (and that's not counting the Video Room, Anime Room or gaming tracks). It's all set in the fun, inspiring background of the leading science fictio...
by Christine Anne Piesyk
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APSU Honors Programs attends TN Collegiate Honors State Conference

The Austin Peay State University Honors Program recently attended the Tennessee Collegiate Honors Council state conference at Christian Brothers University in Memphis.
by News Staff
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Sam Cooper Blvd, Shelby County to see temporary lane closures

Traffic lanes will be reduced to one lane in each direction while this stretch of Sam Cooper is completely reconstructed to add an additional lane in each direction through this section.
by News Staff Ed.
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Temporary lane closure coming to Shelby County’s Summer Avenue under I-240

The closure is necessary as contract crews begin work to widen the I-240 bridge and improve the Summer Avenue interchange. The bridge widening will require additional temporary lane closures on Summer Avenue over the next six t...
by News Staff Ed.
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Conduit Global names Memphis for new call center operations

“We are excited to partner with the state of Tennessee to expand our operations. “With a solid labor market, access to technical schools and universities, and the strong infrastructure provided, we believe Tennessee provide...
by News Staff Ed.
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TDOT sets I-40 & 240 ramp closures in Shelby County

TDOT will use message boards to direct motorists around the detour route. The Tennessee Highway Patrol and TDOT HELP trucks will also be on site to assist with traffic.
by News Staff Ed.
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TDOT Commissioner Schroer to attend SR 385 grand opening

The $74 million project started in November 2009 and is the final segment of the nearly 50 mile highway that stretches through Fayette and Shelby Counties.
by News Staff Ed.
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