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Tech: Double night of hoops

In the nightcap, the Bulldogs face the University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff (3-5), which was 67-54 winner against Tech on its own court during the latter part of November.
The Tech teams will also try to rebound from defeats in their most recent outings, the women being edged by the University of Southern Mississippi 67-62 here this past weekend and the men having been pounded 86-31 by Texas Tech in Lubbock last Wednesday.

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Remember to give back all year long

Lincoln Parish schools are encouraging a spirit of giving in our youngest residents, and the students are rising to the challenge. Throughout the week, students at nine local schools will raid their pantries for donations to the Christmas Cheer Food Drive. Although the schools are offering incentives for the students to donate canned goods, administrators said it’s clear that they are motivated by simply doing something to help the less fortunate. That shows a spirit of community we can be proud of.

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Safety first, Santa second

Afflicted with the holiday bug, we can focus less on our well-being and more on travel plans, worship, visits with family and friends and lights for the Christmas tree. All the while, criminals are waiting to take advantage of us as we let our guards down during this festive time.

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Safety urged this holiday season

Although guns have been the main target so far, other items, such as gifts, shopping bags and purses, should not be left unattended in automobiles. Hawkins said during the holiday season people get distracted with shopping lists and so much to do and forget to exercise caution.
“We want to remind everyone this holiday season that they don’t leave their personal belongs in sight for any amount of time,” Hawkins said. “Take your valuables with you. Don’t leave them in your vehicles or anything of value; make sure you lock these things in your trunk.”

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