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Rough night for Techsters

Or, egad, the sleepy six-of-17 production (that’s 35.8 percent) at the foul line.
Even with all of that, the Lady Techsters (8-10, 3-2) had the basketball in their possession with a mere 2.9 seconds left to play and trailing by only one (55-54) point.
But on an inbounds play, where it was designed to get the ball into senior center Ty Moore underneath, turnover No. 23 was officially recorded and the Wolf Pack (10-8, 4-1) swiped it to then run out the clock and leave with a milestone victory against the defending league champions.

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Put heart, muscles into AHA walk

The goals set by each local walk are part of the regional and national goals. The results from our local event will figure in the results for all local walks in the AHA Southeast Region, which includes the neighboring states of Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee.

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Reading what publisher wrote

“With all the running around we’ve been doing, I haven’t had a chance to really examine or talk about our current residence, Lincoln Parish Park. It’s small, with just 33 sites. The camping area surrounds a 30-acre lake, which is ringed by a paved trail for walking. Most of the back-in sites are directly on the lake, as ours is, and the pull-throughs are very close also. At just $20 per night for full hookups, it’s a bargain.

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Evacuation called for D’Arbonne area

“The weather service said up to four inches of rain could fall this weekend, creating possibly higher water levels on Lake D’Arbonne,” he said.
The additional rain could increase the lake level to more than 87 feet — over flood level.
Mark Smith, a spokesperson with the governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, said the location in the most danger from flooding is the area east of Louisiana 15 and south of Louisiana 2.

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