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Tech, GSU: league battles next

Tonight, it’s Grambling State University that initiates its Southwestern Athletic Conference schedule with a doubleheader at Memorial Gymnasium against Alabama State.
Then, on Thursday, it’s home and away for Louisiana Tech University’s two teams.
The Lady Techsters stay at the Thomas Assembly Center for a Western Athletic Conference battle against Boise State at the same time the Bulldogs head to Idaho to take on the Broncos.
Grambling is also set for home league play on Wednesday against Alabama A&M.

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RPAR has plan in place

As we enter 2006, several of those priorities will come to fruition during this year — while others might continue on until the next bond re-election comes around.
The RPAR board decided on a list of 14 projects that it considers the most important aspects of serving the community.
At the top of the list is the ongoing Greenwood Rec Center project. Nearly five years removed from the plan’s inception, residents of that part of town are still looking for dividends on some of the promises that were made.

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New Year's brings resolutions

So what does that invariably bring? Yep, you got it — New Year’s resolutions.
I must admit — I’ve never been too excited about making resolutions. New Year’s is very exciting for a number of different reasons. However, resolving to do something different hasn’t ever truly gotten my blood boiling.
With that said, I’m turning over a new leaf this year. I want to do better and be a better person. So I’ll list to you a couple of my resolutions for 2006.

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