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Archive - Apr 6, 2007

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Tech sharp in scrimmage

The offensive unit was crisp with its play execution, among the positives being steady play from quarterbacks Zac Champion and Michael Mosley and the pass receiving of former Ruston High star Earl Griffin.
“Zac and Michael both showed signs of being effective at playing winning football,” noted Dooley. “We didn’t have many stops because of penalties and that was good.”
Among the highlights for the offensive squad was with 1:53 remaining on the clock, the line of scrimmage being at the 35 and a touchdown needed to win. That’s exactly what happened on a 15-yard drive.

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Community celebrates holiday

Children from daycares like T.L.C. and Happy Days got to take a closer look at horses, goats and a white rabbit. An Easter Bunny also made a visit to the center as children hunted eggs. A total of 110 children got the chance to spend a day in the great outdoors with their friends, and the staff at Princeton Place got to bring smiles to their faces.
Also, this weekend many organizations, such as the Choudrant Restoration and Beautification Society, will provide a time for the community to get together with an egg hunt, games and fellowship among neighbors.

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Dance breaks all barriers

Dance can be appreciated on two levels: through developing a deep fascination for the sport or simply using it as effective physical activity and social enjoyment.
Along with physical stamina and cultural discovery, social dance also builds self-confidence through close interaction with other people and the realization that you do not have to feel stupid alone. (Plus the ladies love the attention and the gentlemen get the chance to be an example of how chivalry has not died.)
My latest adventure centered around these levels of this misinterpreted pastime.

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State pays homage to ‘Coach Rob’

It will mark the first-ever event to be held at the nearly 8,000-seat facility which will serve as the home for the school’s basketball teams.
“What could be more appropriate than to have coach Robinson laid to rest not far from where he spent so much of his time,” said former Grambling State University head baseball coach Wilbert Ellis. “It will be a perfect way for all of us to remember what he meant to Grambling, Louisiana, the nation and the entire world.”

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