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’Dogs: Tough way to end year

And if the chilly, nearly 20-miles per hour winds took a bite out of the Tech squad, then Nevada’s all-around performance delivered even more of a knockdown punch.
The Wolf Pack (6-6, 4-4) totaled 641 offensive yards via 404 through the air and 259 on the ground, had a 29-12 advantage in first downs and controlled the time of possession by nearly 15 minutes.

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Barksdale should house command

Barksdale Air Force Base maintains its key position in the fight against cyber warfare, which uses technology still foreign to most of the population to attack the computer infrastructure of companies, cities and nations.
The Air Force could not have a better place to house Cyber Command than Barksdale Air Force Base, even though other interests are pushing hard to have the country’s new center for technological defense end up in their backyards.

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Restore our environment

Finally, I am about to embark on some restoration projects of my own right here in our neck of the woods. Thanks to generously discounted supplies from Lowe’s and time donated by Dubach High School’s agri-science class, wood duck boxes are being built as you read this. They are then going to be placed by 4-H’ers out at our very own Lincoln Parish Park. For Arbor Day and in honor of the centennial celebration 4-H is doing, we are planting a total of 100 cypress saplings all across the north central region.

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New chief officially takes reins

“We do need more room,” Rogers said in reference to the current RPD home at City Hall.
If more space is allotted, Rogers said the department might be able to move forward and hire additional officers and dispatchers.
“We receive more calls than we did 5 years ago,” he said, “and it would be cramped to put another dispatcher in there.”
Rogers said he would like to work with Ruston Mayor Dan Hollingsworth and the aldermen on obtaining another facility that leaves room for expansion, since the city is growing by leaps and bounds.

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