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'Dogs land JUCO stars

On the first day in which players at that level are eligible to sign with four-year programs, the Bulldogs signed up four highly regarded players and left head coach Jack Bicknell happier than a kid getting ready to open presents on Christmas morning.
“It’s a very good group of signees,” Bicknell said. “Everybody that we have has the potential to come right in and give us immediate help and be a part of a winning tradition for the program. I am very pleased with the junior college players we signed.”

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Wyly Tower receives interior renovation

Jerry Drewett, the vice president for administrative services, said phase one included asbestos abatement and demolition, and the second phase included the renovation of the three floors. He said the 12th and 15th floors were cleared from asbestos and were completely gutted.
“On the 12th and 15th floor, we are completely ready for the contractor to begin,” Drewett said. “The process on the second floor should be complete when we come back from the holidays.”

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Be careful this season

Unfortunately, statistics tell us that some of those who brave the heavy holiday traffic won’t make it to their destinations or back home.
Holiday travel is especially dangerous not only because there are more people on the roadways, but also because many motorists will push themselves further than normal in an attempt to arrive at their destination as soon as possible.
There are steps those of us who are traveling can take to help ensure we arrive safely — both at the homes of those we are visiting and at our own homes.

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Don't sweat it little Santas

Many children and teens are fired up about displaying their musical and athletic abilities in front of a large crowd. For other students, however, the programs could create a climate of stress and fear.
Whereas students on debate teams or cheerleading squads might be accustomed to speaking and moving in front of hundreds of observers, the holiday season allows performance opportunities for children who are not familiar with the spotlight.

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