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Archive - Mar 28, 2008

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’Dogs host Spartans in WAC play

Tech is the only team in the WAC currently winless against league foes, the Bulldogs situated in the basement just below Sacramento State (1-3), who provides the opposition in Ruston for April 3-5.
The ‘Dogs and SJSU (13-10, 4-4) entered the week as the winningest teams in the league. The Spartans are currently in third place in the standings in back of unbeaten Nevada (4-0) and New Mexico State (3-1), who recently handed SJSU three of its WAC setbacks.
Tech opened the series against Nevada with an 11-6 loss, then lost 14-3 in the second

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Health care provider data can be helpful

The Louisiana Health Care Consumers Right to Know law would create a state-run Web site to post quality information on health care providers, and it sounds like a step in the right direction.
Health care, health insurance and navigating the system to the greatest possible benefit and service to the individual have been a process with significant hurdles up to this point, and any effort to clarify and inform is surely a good one.

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Caring for assault victims

DON’T:
• Tell them how to feel. Ask how they are feeling. And allow them to feel that way. Emotions are real. Feelings are not wrong; how we handle them can be wrong. They do not go away on their own, but if denied, are sublimated into our character and actions. It is far healthier to face them.
• Expect them to “get over it.” This is a major trauma to the spirit and psyche. Survivors will adjust, accept and heal, but they will always have a tender scar. They can never forget; they can only slowly integrate it into their lives.

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School funding may take hit in the fall

School Board Business Manager George Murphy said the parish’s wealth factor spiked 16 percent this year and 15 percent the year before due to oil and gas exploration, new construction work and the opening of additional businesses.

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