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Lincoln Little League team ends season

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Lincoln Little League’s 7-8 girls recently closed out their 2011 campaign by serving as the host team for the District 5 All-Star tournament. Members of the squad included (bottom row, from left) Preslee Fortenberry, Kendall Maddox, Landri Millsaps, Gretchen Martin, Aubrey Leggett, (middle row, from left) Skylar Bennett, Landri Thomas, Amber Stevens, Gracie Duke, Adaah Wysinger, Julianna McMillan, (back row, from left) Coaches Randy Thomas, Ben Martin, Brandon Fortenberry and Heather Roussell.

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GSU athletics full of stars

Grambling State University hasn’t run out of athletic heroes.
Far from it, as evidenced by an event held Saturday night at the Frederick C. Hobdy, Jr., Assembly Center on campus.
It was the third annual GSU Legends Hall of Fame induction ceremonies, where 14 of the most successful names in the school’s athletic history were honored.

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Brain development can be boosted

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According to webmd.com, our developing baby now measures about 8.8 inches from crown to rump and weighs 1.5 pounds. Skin has now become opaque instead of transparent and his body is still covered with folds like a puppy dog that needs to grow into its skin.
But the most interesting thing I read was that the baby’s heartbeat can be heard through a stethoscope or, depending on the position of the baby, by others putting an ear against my belly.

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