APSU’s speech clinic pioneers free aphasia treatment program for Clarksville community

By Ethan Steinquest – APSU  November 16, 2023 10:17 am CLARKSVILLE, TN – Austin Peay State University’s Speech-Language and Swallowing Community Clinic is launching an innovative new two-week program to treat individuals with chronic aphasia, a language disorder that impacts communication. The Clarksville Conversation Care – Intensive Comprehensive Aphasia Program (CCC-ICAP) will provide free treatment for… Read More…»


New Standard For Justice

Kenya Anderson Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle | USA TODAY NETWORK – TENNESSEE Montgomery County now joins other Tennessee counties such as Davidson, Rutherford and Williamson in offering a new Mental Health Court support program. The 19th Judicial Court celebrated the opening of the Mental Health Court on Thursday at the Montgomery County Commission chambers with Sharita Brown, Director… Read More…»


Bill Wyatt honored with APSU endowment by Clarksville-Montgomery Health Foundation

CLARKSVILLE, TN (CLARKSVILLE NOW) – The Clarksville-Montgomery County Health Foundation (CMCCHF) is pleased to honor Bill Wyatt through an endowment to Austin Peay State University. The Bill Wyatt Distinguished Professorship Award will provide resources for Austin Peay professors to expand student knowledge and experiences in the area of health sciences. Awards will be used for… Read More…»


Clarksville Women’s Club Donates Dictionaries

CLARKSVILLE, TN – Clarksville Women’s Club members at Barksdale Elementary School with the Principal Melinda Harris and Assistant Principal Karen Hoskins after donating dictionaries to all third-grade students. The Dictionary Project was started in Montgomery County by the GFWC Clarksville Women’s Club earlier this year.  The club applied for a grant from the CMC Community Health… Read More…»