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Farmers market support grows

The group wants the market to be as farmer-friendly as possible.
“We eventually want it to be for the farmers, by the farmers,” Jones said. “Let it be what they want it to be.”
Volunteers and donations are needed in the form of money, time and talent.
“One member is an artist, and she’s designing the logo,” Jones said. “There’s lots of ways you can help.”
Farmers also are needed.
“We’re not looking for middlemen,” McWeeny said. “We’re looking for farmers who do it all themselves.”

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Prep girls: Second season begins

The Creek roster includes a mixture of veterans and youth. Jordan Ingram, Lauren Sills, Bailey Craighead, Kate McQueen, Kaitlin Farris and Amanda Mitchell are seniors joined by underclassmen Lauren Kirkland, Ashley Aldredge, Lauren Dowling, Kadee Malone, Liz Carroll, Lauren Ingram, Sarah Pate and Dana Bennett. There are no juniors.
Unranked Gueydan, who had a 4-2 record in District 8-1A, is seeded No. 17 and has four of its last five games. All of those wins have come against Delcambre (50-34, 57-44) and Hanson (50-46, 51-47).

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Future of GSU depends on master plan

That much money can seem high to the outsider, but consider what has been done. The university has been addressing dilapidated and unfit housing, bad water infrastructure, electrical problems and other hurdles while undergoing the biggest expansion in its history. The plan covers how to do that in an organized and thought-out way, bringing the whole campus to a new level of excellence in stages.

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Valentine's gifts that last

In the teen and college years, the holiday sometimes equaled feelings of alienation for those without a significant other while those caught up in young love were showered with flowers or disappointed their heart’s desire forgot the special day.
As we grow older and our perception of love expands, it’s time to see Valentine’s Day from a new perspective. No longer is giving limited to those we know, but to people we will never meet whose lives and hearts might be warmed by small steps we take today.

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GSU unveils master plan

Phase II of the Tiger Village housing project, additional greenery and other campus upgrades completed in the past two years are a fraction of the work, he said. The master plan developed by Stratus, a company that has also consulted for Western Washington University, is GSU’s first such document and lays a path in front of the university for long-range development.
Federal Title III funds were used to pay for the plan’s development, which cost $800,000.

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