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Techsters tripped by LSU, 76-45

By that time, the Lady Tigers had a 31-point (68-37) lead that would later increase to 33 (76-43) in the final minute of play.
At halftime, LSU was up 40-22, although Tech got to within 18-15 after a 7-0 run powered by the shooting of second-year guard Tiawana Pringle (who ended with a club-high 12). Coming out in the second half, the No. 8 Associated Press ranked club outscored the Ruston ladies 13-3 and, for all practical purposes, had their third consecutive win over Tech locked away.

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GSU still has a super grid season

Yes, your team lost 42-31 to Jackson State University in Saturday afternoon’s Southwestern Athletic Conference championship game at Legion Field in Birmingham, Ala.
But that definitely shouldn’t take a thing away from an outstanding season for one of the nation’s most famous and successful programs.
After the struggles in the 2006 season, anything that this year’s team did can be chalked up as a major plus.

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Santa Claus is coming to town

Everyone knows at least this tiny chunk of the poem written by Clement Clarke Moore in 1822. And most everyone can relate to the excitement of Christmas Eve and waiting for that “jolly old elf” to unload his bag of Christmas goodies. I can recall being told the story of Santa’s arrival in a number of my elementary schools classrooms, at the library and even at home. I remember daydreaming about what he would look like, if he really had reindeer and if they could really fly.
Fast forward to today. Does Santa exist?
I can’t say, and I’m pretty sure it isn’t even for me to decide.

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Wild game can be tasty eating

Here’s the recipie for Melodye’s Marvelous Venison Roll-ups:
Deer Steaks cut into small hand-sized pieces, approximately five inches square. Pound with a mallet until flattened.
Marinade:
Small jar mustard
Small jar honey
Cup teriyaki sauce
Bottle Hickory Smoke Allegro Steak Seasoning
Bottle Italian Dressing
Garlic Powder, Lemon Pepper – Liberal amounts of each
Soak meat in marinade up to 3 days (makes them very tender)
Lay piece of meat flat and add:
Cocktail wiener
Chopped onion
Chopped bell pepper
1 slice pickled jalapeno pepper (she likes Cajun Chef brand).

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Tech plan tackles athletics goals

“It will take some patience, but the commitment is there and, as always, the resiliency has been there with the people who love and support Louisiana Tech University,” Reneau said.
“There’s a great ‘can do’ attitude and I’m confident that, during this time, you are going to see a lot of excitement in various areas of our athletic department.

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La. highway tells region's unique story

Road trips, vacations and relocations always end up being told time and again in words and pictures. Maybe it’s the romance of the road, the freedom and possibility of the open highway or the mystery of not quite knowing what to expect around the next bend.
Many roads themselves have their own stories, just waiting to be discovered.
Volunteers in Dubach are delving into the story of a local rural highway with its own unique history. Louisiana highway 151 wanders from Calhoun northwest to Downsville, dips south through Dubach and continues southwest to its end in Arcadia.

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Committee must hammer out trash plan

What we need from the Police Jury’s Solid Waste and Recycling Committee is a comprehensive, detailed plan for trash collection in the parish. To do that they must meet as a committee and hash out the actual details for a comprehensive plan. That hasn’t happened in the last 3 years.
We watch as they consider more Dumpsters, mull over the landfill and deal with other business, but they never pull out a map, spread it on the table and roll up their sleeves for
a true solution.

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Kids create holiday tales

Ryan Sorensen, 9
“I wrote about Santa almost missing our house because he had several problems. He got stuck in my friend’s chimney because he ate too many pralines. Santa is as big as a snow globe.”
Maliyah Woodard, 8
“If I could give the perfect gift, it would be family to anyone who doesn’t have one. If they don’t have a family, sometimes they don’t have a home. But if they have a family, they will be safe in their home.”
Samantha Akers, 8

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