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’Dogs going for home perfection

“When we started training camp, the loss to Nevada was still there,” remembered senior offensive lineman David Accardo. “It’s tough to forget a game like that one, where we really had a tough time and weren’t well prepared. Since we had a chance to maybe go to a bowl if we had won, you would have thought we would have been ready, but we weren’t.”
So that’s why Accardo and his teammates have been eagerly awaiting Saturday’s 1:30 p.m. meeting with the Wolf Pack (6-5, 4-3) at Joe Aillet Stadium.

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Let's rise above the hate

That’s an ideal most Americans, whether they are black or white, Democrat or Republican, evangelical or Mormon, cherish. The majority of people, and the majority of courts, recognize that same-sex marriage is not a civil right. Unions of husband and wife really are unique and deserve their unique status in law, culture and society.

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Shop kindly, shop locally

We would urge shoppers to remember the importance of simple courtesy. It’s almost a given today that somewhere in our great nation, somebody is shoving somebody else out of the way to get to that shiny new widget to keep little Jane or Johnny’s eyes alight on Christmas morning. It’s an unfortunate by-product of the perception of limited supply and limited time.
Lincoln Parish doesn’t have to be that way. We are bigger than being discourteous.

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Students learn real holiday history

“We got over here and planted crops too late, ended up taking some things from the Indians and felt bad about it,” McKaskle said. “If it weren’t for the Wampanoag Indians, (who showed pilgrims how to plant crops), we might not have survived.”
University of Louisiana at Monroe professor Roger Carpenter, a specialist in Native American history, said the first Thanksgiving in 1621 was a multi-day feast held the fall after the pilgrims arrived in America and made contact with an Indian named Squanto.

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