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Parish future bright for state hall

TERESA WEATHERSPOON: One of the all-time best players to come out of Louisiana Tech University’s storied program for women’s basketball. The Pineland, Texas, native won the Wade Trophy as the nation’s top female hoopster for the nation’s college ranks in 1988 and was a two-time pick for the prestigious Kodak All-American team. Helped lead Tech to its last NCAA national title in 1988. She ended her playing career with the WNBA’s Los Angeles Sparks in 2004 after having spent the majority of her time in the pro league with the New York Libery.

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Growth must not threaten environment

Mayor Dan Hollingsworth and his staff want to ensure that they’re pointing the city in the right direction. The survey revealed that economic development is a priority among the residents who responded. It’s an area Hollingsworth has put a lot of work into, and we know business growth and development are things he wants done right.

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One in four women suffers

Early on, decades before the term “domestic violence” was even coined, I had a number of peripheral experiences with it. Back in the ‘50s and early ‘60s when my aunts and uncles were teenagers, they’d have their friends over, sitting on the front porch in their cuffed blue jeans and white T-shirts. One of those friends who came to hang out on grandpa’s front porch, a beautiful girl with rich, dark hair, was already a victim of dating violence.

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Students sample career

“They’re getting firsthand knowledge of what it’s like to be in a healthcare facility and observing a variety of medical careers,” Winstead said. “A lot of them in the program have parents in the medical field. For some of them it’s a love of science, and then there’s the group that just wants to help people.”
Cedar Creek junior Samantha Roberts falls into this last category. She hopes to be a physical therapist one day.

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