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’Dogs crush JSU 21-7

“That’s three mid-week games that we have to take care of, and we really took care of business, even our guys that haven’t had a chance to play a lot, too,” Simoneaux said. “We’ve always had a deep bench offensively.”
The ‘Dogs packed this latest victory away early, scoring four runs in each of the first two innings and then adding on a clinching three in the third after the Tigers had scored twice in the top half of the opening frame.
In the three-hour, 47-minute marathon, Tech scored nine runs (three in the sixth, five in the seventh) in the last three innings.

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Giving blood makes a difference

Just one blood donation can save up to three lives, and Sheila Snow, blood donor recruiter for LifeShare Blood Centers, said the donor base is rapidly decreasing in North Louisiana with blood types “O” and “B” the most needed.
“Right now, everything is being used,” Snow said. “We can’t keep anything on the shelf.”

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Marriage meets Valentine's

But once you’re married and both of your paychecks go into the same bank account, the rules change. Watching your partner blow money on an overpriced luxury that will never be used, which could have been spent on a vacation or put away for emergencies, is suddenly not so romantic.Because it’s not all about dollar value anymore, married couples are challenged to try other methods to make holidays and anniversaries more special. One way is to get creative — with either the gifts themselves or in their distribution.

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Jury elects Huntington as president

When Levy called for the vote, two jurors — Terry Knowles and David Hammons — changed their position and voted for Huntington giving her the win by a vote of 8-4. Owens, Allen, Henderson and Juror Annie Brown voted for Owens. Huntington, Albritton, Knowles, Hammons and jurors Mickey Mays, Bobby Dowling, Roy Glover and Jody Backus voted for Huntington.
“I commend the president (Allen) for his service,” Levy said after the election. “You’ve elected a fine young woman.”

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