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GSU, A&M hook up Saturday

If first-year head coach Rod Broadway and his staff wanted a barometer by which to measure their squad, then this is it.
The Bulldogs are the defending league champions, receiving votes in the weekly national polls for Division 1-AA teams and are ranked No. 1 in nine different team categories of the SWAC statistical report. In six different individual departments, they’ve got a player at the very top.

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Make your votes count

Of the 12 district seats, eight are up for grabs:
• District 1 — Jerry Lewis, Democrat; Charles Owens, Democrat (incumbent); Theresa Wyatt, Democrat
• District 2 — Eddie Allen, Democrat (incumbent); Hazel Hunter, Democrat
• District 3 — Clyde Aycock, no party; Boby Bennett, Democrat; Bobby Dowling, no party (incumbent)
• District 4 — Mike Franklin, Republican; Terry Knowles, Democrat (incumbent)
• District 5 — Wayne Brooks, no party; David Hammons, Republican (incumbent)
• District 8 — Bill Crowe, Republican; “Skip” Russell, Republican

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Immunization, a necessary evil

The seventeenth consecutive observance of National Adult Immunization Awareness Week (NAIAW) begins Sunday and continues through
Sept. 29. Spearheaded by NFID, the week serves to promote immunization as “prevention for a healthier life” for adults and adolescents as a way to help protect against serious diseases such as shingles, influenza and meningococcal meningitis.
So, yes, as it turns out, they don’t go away after entering adulthood.

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CVB expects tourism boost

“I think this can certainly be good for mountain bike enthusiasts to see the trails we have in North Louisiana and particularly in Lincoln Parish Park,” Edmiston said.
Also in his report, Edmiston noted he had received approval from the Louisiana High School Athletic Association to introduce Ruston Showcase Basketball in April, and he met with the Lincoln Little League. A bid will be put in to host the Southwest Regional Big League Series, which is set for next July at J.C. Love Field and expected to bring in 40-50 teams.

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