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Lady Bearcats on a mission

“We beat Airline 1-0 and I struck the girl out four times who had hit a grand slam off me in the prior game. One time for each point she got for that hit [in the last game],” senior pitcher Elyse Smith said. “We have finally came together as a team. We are playing as one instead of playing as individuals.”
To get where they are now, the Lady Bearcats had to get past Airline High School, Caddo Magnet High School, C.E. Byrd High School, Huntington High School, Natchitoches Central High School, Southwood High School and West Monroe High School in district play.

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Choudrant bond election is nearing

One mill equals $1 for every $1,000 of taxable value.
The second proposition is a 10-year-millage increase of 3 mills — totaling about $60,000 — for maintenance and operation, or upkeep, at both schools.
If these proposals pass, it could increase Choudrant homeowners’ property taxes anywhere from $25 to $725 per year depending on the assessed value of their property. Businesses could be paying between $750 and $7,500 per year depending on their value.

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Will drivers be on camera?

Charlie Buckels, a Redflex Traffic Systems regional sales manager, could have a new client if the first situation is the case. At the monthly town council meeting on Monday evening, Buckels introduced council members to a product offered by his company, which uses cameras to catch speeders. With a program known as Speed Solution, Redflex could deploy a mobile van — to be parked in various areas throughout Dubach — that uses line stream video to capture drivers on film.

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Tech checks safety

King also said the “extraordinary situations” were a broad category and hard to define.
“The best preparation in my mind is proper training and commitment by all to be vigilant to report things that look out of the ordinary.”
Tech went through a unique scenario in 2005, King said, when hurricanes Katrina and Rita hit.
“The good thing about the higher education community is that we share information,” King said. “We share what we’ve learned, and the end result is the strengthening of all campuses.”
King said he is also confident in campus and local law enforcement officials.

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