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Dogs: tough test on Kyle turf

He and the Bulldogs will meet up with the unbeaten ranked team in College Station.
“Really, I am looking forward to it because I’ve heard about it for so long and an anxious to see what it’s all about and to personally experience it,”
Abrams said. “Now I know it’s going to be a tough atmosphere to play under because of more than 80,000 fans being there and the tremendous support that they have for all of their games there.
“But it will be neat and exciting to be a part of it. It will be even better if we can come back with a win.”

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Local CCA needs linger

Executive Director Stephanie Griffin said services provided and items needed include the following: food, clothing, utility bill payments, prescription help, aid for burn-out victims, medication assistance, school supplies, lodging, gas, meals, money (cash or check), small appliances, sheets, blankets, pillow cases, curtains and towels.
In a list all by itself is the need for volunteers.
“CCA always needs more volunteers,” Griffin said. “We need people to be trained to interact with clients.

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Park brings back memories

I purchased a year’s pass some months ago. Although I cannot remember what I paid for it, I recall considering it the best bargain around and at a level to be within reach of those with more modest means.
At this point in my life, I have given up any aspirations of becoming a mountain biker, but I have witnessed some of the international races held at our park.
I think we should all be so proud that Lincoln Parish is at the top of the list for such events.
However, eventually my feelings about the park come back to what it has meant to me personally.

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Voters to decide fate of roads, bridges

Police Jury Treasurer Bobby Gray said the Jury budgeted $874,000 in both funds last year — the estimated amount of tax receipts based on the assessed value of taxable property in the parish.
“That money is how we take care of our roads,” Gray said. “We’ve gotten good reports in the past on the condition of roads and bridges in Lincoln Parish.
If these continuations are not passed, we won’t be able to keep up the condition of the roads and bridges; the passage is very critical.”

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