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Barmore: A rebirth at Baylor

It was his stay at his college alma mater where Barmore staked his biggest fame to acclaim, spending 20 seasons as the head coach of the Lady Techsters and winning 576 games and an NCAA national crown (1988) in the process.
Then he hung ’em up in 2002 and went into the retirement mode, spending time with granddaughters Sophie and Ellie and getting in as many rounds of golf as possible.
All the while he was away from the game, though, Barmore was more antsy than a youngster waiting on his first buck in a deer stand.

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Jindal's northern exposure

Simsboro Mayor Willie Hendricks seems to have a pipeline to Baton Rouge. The small north Louisiana town played host to Rodney Alexander in a town hall meeting earlier this summer followed by Jindal last week.
“If you want to hear what the people are saying, you have to get out and listen to them,” Jindal said during his appearance at Simsboro. “Getting out and meeting the people gives me the chance to listen to their problems and ideas and gives me a chance to get my ideas out there to them, too.

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HabiTech students have done it again

Habitat for Humanity has successfully provided low-income families with safe and affordable homes for years. Once they’ve been approved through the application process, family members help build their house, investing their “sweat equity.” After the structure is complete, the family is responsible for making low-interest mortgage payments.

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HABITAT, TECH KICK OFF NEW YEAR

A team of fifth-year architecture students designed the mock-ups, which include three bedrooms, a living room and kitchen and front and back porches, among other amenities.
Those same students will put in a large part of the manual labor of constructing the house from the ground up, starting with laying grid lines and pouring a slab and working their way to a finished home.

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