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Group moves to pump up Sparta smarts

Gouedy, who will graduate from Louisiana Tech with a degree in agriculture business in August, will work through the summer implementing a number of ideas and programs she hopes will increase the public’s knowledge of the depleting Sparta aquifer.
“I’m excited and already at work trying to set up some programs that will start in the summer and into next year,” Gouedy said. “We’re focusing on Lincoln, Ouachita, Claiborne and Jackson parishes. The way we’re trying to set these programs up is to make it so that they’ll be fairly easy next fall, even when the internship ends.”

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Group moves to pump up Sparta smarts

Gouedy, who will graduate from Louisiana Tech with a degree in agriculture business in August, will work through the summer implementing a number of ideas and programs she hopes will increase the public’s knowledge of the depleting Sparta aquifer.
“I’m excited and already at work trying to set up some programs that will start in the summer and into next year,” Gouedy said. “We’re focusing on Lincoln, Ouachita, Claiborne and Jackson parishes. The way we’re trying to set these programs up is to make it so that they’ll be fairly easy next fall, even when the internship ends.”

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Aldredge: A busy summer ahead

“It’s a very competitive schedule and important in terms of the rankings.”
The four-time 1A Louisiana High School Athletic Association state champ will begin her postseason competition June 6 at the Great Southwest Track and Field Classic in Albuquerque, N.M.
It will mark her second consecutive appearance at that meet, where she was the runner-up with one of the event’s Top 10 all-time marks in 2008.

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Aldredge: A busy summer ahead

“It’s a very competitive schedule and important in terms of the rankings.”
The four-time 1A Louisiana High School Athletic Association state champ will begin her postseason competition June 6 at the Great Southwest Track and Field Classic in Albuquerque, N.M.
It will mark her second consecutive appearance at that meet, where she was the runner-up with one of the event’s Top 10 all-time marks in 2008.

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Motorcycle safety rides on law

However, Faircloth’s argument must have sounded convincing to members of the House Transportation Committee. Without objection, they approved House Bill 639, sponsored by Rep. Jim Morris, which repeals the mandatory motorcycle helmet law. If this bill becomes law, only Louisiana residents under age 21 would be required to wear a helmet when they drive or ride a bike.
The bill now heads to the full House for consideration.

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Activities keep students busy

• The Boys and Girls Club summer camp provides a safe and fun environment for kids whose parents work full-time. Registration for the camp ends Friday. Summer camp session I will be June 8-July 2. Session II will be July 6-July 31. Camp runs from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. For more information, call 255-2242.

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Businessmen decry cuts to universities

“Higher education is the single most important economic development unit for the state of Louisiana and it must not be allowed to be destroyed,” the letter read.
“A recent economic and community impact study contracted by the University of Louisiana Systems proved that higher education returns nearly $8 for every dollar provided by the state — an enormous return on investment!”
Davison said the move comes down to finding the lesser of many evils.

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