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Bulldogs tip off WAC road play

“We’ve got a lot of games left and anything can happen, but getting off to a start like we have, it has to give us some momentum and help our confidence.”
That’s exactly what Boise State head coach Greg Graham is concerned about as Tech (4-10) shows up at Taco Bell Arena for the 8 p.m. (CDT) tipoff.
“They’ve shown they can still be successful after losing one of the great players in our conference,” he said about the post-Millsap era.

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Solutions to social issues are in reach

Whether or not you agree the root causes presented at the meetings are the culprits of various social problems, your presence at the next set of meetings — planned at noon and at 5:30 p.m., Jan. 16, at Lincoln Parish Library — can make a significant impact.

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Smoking law lights up issue

“Honestly, I think it’s a good idea,” said Glenda McKee, a waitress at Huddle House. “It’s really made me cut down on smoking.”
Rob Neilson, a Ruston resident who has been smoking for more than 30 years, has also struggled to cut back in the past.
“I know in my heart it’s not a good habit,” Neilson said. “People don’t really deserve to breathe my second-hand smoke.”

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Jury still out on choice of president

Juror Joyce Huntington then nominated juror Jody Backus. After a motion to close the nomination was passed, the first vote was taken.
Jurors Charles Owens, Terry Knowles, Hammons, Joe Henderson, Annie Brown and Allen voted for Allen. Jurors Huntington, Bobby Dowling, Roy Glover, Annette Albritton, Mickey Mays and Backus voted for Backus.
“We will do this for a while,” Levy said after the 6-6 vote. “It’s important we try to elect us a president. We will continue until a successor is elected.”

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