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Dave Loos, Governors basketball coach, is now the Universitys winningest coach in APSU basketball history after the Govs beat Southeast Missouri 68-67 on Jan. 13.

The Leaf-Chronicle published a series of stories on Loos achievement, beginning with the Jan. 14 issue. He also was praised for his accomplishments in an editorial.

Loos is in his 17th year as Austin Peays mens basketball coach, the longest tenure in APSUs history and second largest in OVC history. He has coached two Austin Peay teams to the NCAA Tournament and one to the NIT.
Dave Loos, Governors basketball coach, is now the University's winningest coach in APSU basketball history after the Govs beat Southeast Missouri 68-67 on Jan. 13.

The Leaf-Chronicle published a series of stories on Loos' achievement, beginning with the Jan. 14 issue. He also was praised for his accomplishments in an editorial.

Loos is in his 17th year as Austin Peay's men's basketball coach, the longest tenure in APSU's history and second largest in OVC history. He has coached two Austin Peay teams to the NCAA Tournament and one to the NIT.

Loos is a member of two Hall of Fames and eventually will be inducted into APSU Athletics Hall of Fame.

Dr. Taylor Stevenson, assistant professor of economics in the School of Business, was quoted in a Jan. 18 Kentucky New Era story about the proposed minimum wage increase.

Stevenson told the Hopkinsville, Ky., newspaper that the proposal is politically motivated.

“In my opinion, an increase in minimum wage is probably more of a political thing than something that will be felt by the people,” Stevenson said in the article.

He also said very few people make minimum wage. Those who do usually are younger and have fewer skills, Stevenson added.