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’Dogs face SJSU next in WAC

Tech opened up league play last weekend in Reno, Nev., and went zero-and-four against the University of Nevada.
The Wolf Pack outscored the Bulldogs 38-19 in taking victories of 11-6, 14-3, 7-6 and 6-4.
It wasn’t the type of start that head coach Wade Simoneaux and his squad envisioned after being a preseason pick to finish No. 2 in the conference race.
But it’s still a long season, one that won’t conclude until the annual WAC postseason tournament is held at J.C. Love in late May.

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Mentors wanted for youth

Brandon said the organization does everything from visiting colleges and sharing personal stories in an attempt to recruit more volunteers for the program.
“We can work with volunteers who are as young as 16, as long as they’re a junior in high school,” Brandon said. “And, mentors can be as old as they like.”

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Universities seek to fortify security

The past year, with the anniversary of the shootings at Virginia Tech just around the corner in April, illustrates the need for vigilance as well.
Public shooting after public shooting have splashed across newspapers and on computers around the nation, from places as far away as Virginia and Illinois and as close to home as at Louisiana Technical College in Baton Rouge, where three died earlier this year.

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Are residents losing interest?

With an ongoing investigation into a breach of security at town hall, the mayor’s daughter volunteering, the veteran clerk of more than 20 years working at the fire station and the council holding special meeting after special meeting, the town is wearying of the back and forth.

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Dixie hosts ‘Comedy of Errors’

In this fast-moving play, a case of mistaken identity unfolds as characters from planets Comedia and Errata encounter a series of conflicts.
“I thought it would be a lot of fun to do the play this way, because it’s a big fight choreography show, and youngsters play the Dromios (or droids),” said Webb, a former Cedar Creek School teacher who is making her directorial debut with RCT. “There are two sets of identical twins separated at birth by a space accident.”

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