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Grambling, Creek rule 2-1A track

Featured individually in the meet from parish teams were Markesha Peterson and Alfranzo Kurtz of Grambling and Jonathan Terrel, Adroska Jackson of Grambling and Ashley Fallin for Cedar Creek.
Peterson was a first place finisher in the 100-meter hurdles (16.02), 100-meter dash (12.59) and 200-meter dash (26.90).
Jackson was the winner of the long jump (14-10 ½) and triple jump (33-3).
Fallin led the way for the 800-meter run (2:40.98) and 1,600-meter run (5:46.30).
Kurtz was the champion for the 200-meter dash (22.47), triple jump (44-10) and long jump (22-5).

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Basketball fund-raiser a winning move

Former high school and area university athletes, local coaches and other community members displayed their expertise on the court in the game designed to entertain.
Thanks to all those who got out to play in the game, provide half-time entertainment or volunteered to help in some other way. Also, a big thanks is due to all those who attended. The large turnout gave a shot in the arm to local athletics and a boost to March of Dimes funding for research to prevent premature births.

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Choudrant bond issue revisited

I believe that even if a person does not have a child or grandchild in the school system, it is the responsibility of everyone in a community to ensure students are in an environment that is safe and conducive to learning. Some people might have the attitude that they have worked hard to build their financial resources, and they should not have to give money to a school that they presently have nothing to do with.

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CVB finds location for new home

The five finalists ranged between 1.7 and 1.84 acres in size, and from $5 to $8 a square foot in cost, Strebeck said.
“The property on 167 costs significantly less than the other pieces of property that were located on the I-20 Service Road,” Strebeck said.
Of the other four locations that made the final list, one was already under contract for sale. The other three were located along the I-20 Service Road: two between the U.S. 167 exit and Tech exit, and one west of the Tech exit.
CVB Chairman Mickey McHale said there is a limit on how much should be paid for property.

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