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'Dogs: Hawaii will offer big test

The task for Tech: try and find way to slow down a Warriors’ squad that is dominating offensive statistics within the Western Athletic Conference and ranked among the leaders in the NCAA’s 1-A division; Hawaii is the country’s most prolific scoring (45-plus points per game) and overall offensive club (500-plus yards each contest).

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Honor vets this Saturday

Veterans Day is observed officially on Nov. 11, regardless of the day of the week on which it falls, and denotes the end of World War I. The war officially ended June 28, 1919, when the Treaty of Versailles was signed in France. However, fighting had ceased Nov. 11, 1918, when a temporary cessation of hostilities between the Allied nations and Germany went into effect.

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Silent night sparks shopping spree

Pecanland Mall’s Old Navy, already decked in red and green, was nearly impassable Saturday morning, and a look at the packed parking lot bespoke of a similar fate for the rest of the building.
Separate trips to a large store in Ruston and a mid-afternoon jaunt to several other local businesses produced much of the same results.
This worries me. A history of last-minute shopping trips has given me a healthy fear of crowded stores.

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Choudrant council honors firefighter

He then asked chief training officer Logan Hunt to stand and accept the Lifesaving Award for his actions that day and his devotion to his job.
As another token of appreciation, Sanderson announced that Nov. 7 would be Logan Hunt Day in Choudrant.
In response to his recognition, Logan was thankful.
“It’s an honor,” Hunt said. “I didn’t do anything anyone else wouldn’t have done.”
The next item on the agenda was a request for funds to resurface three tennis courts at Choudrant High School by tennis coach Eddie Thomas.

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