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Archive - Oct 31, 2007

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Tech duo making ground on foes

Going into Saturday’s Western Athletic Conference game at the University of Idaho, that tandem has combined for 1,123 yards and 12 touchdowns on the ground.
Jackson, last year’s No. 1 rusher for the ‘Dogs, has carried 131 times for 600 yards and seven scores and Porter has contributed 523 yards and five touchdowns on 76 carries.
Those numbers give the Bulldogs two of the top ranked ground gainers in the conference, Jackson currently being No. 5 and Porter trailing right behind at No. 6.

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Leaders should have gone to see Sparta fix

Elected officials from north Louisiana should have attended last week’s meeting and tour.
Elected officials from Arkansas, a representative of the United States Geological Survey and representatives from U.S. Sen. David Vitter’s office attended the event, as well as members of the Louisiana Sparta Groundwater Commission and the D’Arbonne Lake Commission.

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Thanks for listening, Dr. B

We went to the Boersma Clinic — it was right up the street from the roost and seemed inviting.
Boersma, a slight man with a bright face, shambled into the examination room with the white coat and stethoscope within minutes of our arrival, which I noted happily.
The interview, which is what it was from that point, went well enough, but I found myself doing all the talking.
You may identify with this: Talking about depression is about the worst possible thing you can think of when you’re depressed. You’d rather just limp along quietly and hope nobody notices you.

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Study shows LA 4’s success

Additionally, the study revealed students who participated in LA 4 in 2004-05 who were eligible for free or reduced lunch, and thus considered “at risk,” showed a 35 percent reduction in special education placement in first grade. This finding is similar to an earlier LA 4 study.

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