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Creek doesn’t mind holiday work

“They’re telling me this is only the second time that it’s ever happened that we’ll be working out during the Thanksgiving holidays,” said head coach Corwyn Aldredge. “That’s fine with us. Our staff and our players are ready to get back to work this week.”
Since late October, when the two I-20 rivals collided in a regular season at Cougar Stadium, a rematch has been anticipated.
Now it’s a reality after No. 1 ranked Cedar Creek out-pointed White Castle 60-50 and Ouachita Christian halted Arcadia 35-14 in second round contests this past weekend.

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New leaders must work hard, smart

Voters across the state are looking hopefully into the future as new public servants take the reins. The coming years hold the promise of a fresh start and a revitalized state, which will require a lot of hard work from our elected leaders. We feel confident they’re up to it, and as long as they work to make smart decisions and quickly address problems that arise, they will have our support.

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Drive cleans up card clutter

“The children take the cards and make new greeting cards to sell,” Shell said. “The profits from the sale of the cards go directly to the children who made them.”

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Fans keep up Cougar spirit for playoffs

He said he’s just looking forward to a great game and hopes the Cougars will come out on top.
Though the school has its own built-in fans and spirit squads, a new group called the Hallwalkers has added a new level of excitement and spirit out on the field, Dwyer said.
The Hallwalkers, a group of student fans who cover themselves in body paint, cheer and dance at the home games, started last year.
Catherine Kirby, one of the group’s members, said it began with a group of seniors who painted themselves and showed up at a football game.

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