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October 13th, 2018

G-Men take down Texas Southern

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HOUSTON — Geremy Hickbottom threw for more than 300 yards and tossed three touchdowns as the Grambling State University football team used a strong third quarter to get past Texas Southern, 34-21, in a Southwestern Athletic Conference game on Saturday night at BBVA Compass Stadium.

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No. 13 LSU upsets No. 2 Georgia, 36-16

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BATON ROUGE (AP) — Joe Burrow passed for 200 yards and had two short touchdown runs, LSU’s defense staggered Georgia’s normally prolific offense, and the 13th-ranked Tigers beat the No. 2 Bulldogs 36-16 on Saturday to give coach Ed Orgeron a signature victory.
Five fourth-down decisions by Orgeron influenced the result. LSU converted all four times it ran an offensive play on fourth down, sustaining three drives that produced a total of 13 points.

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Freed pastor prays with Trump

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Freed American pastor Andrew Brunson fell to one knee in the Oval Office and placed his hand on President Donald Trump’s shoulder in prayer on Saturday, asking God to provide the president “supernatural wisdom to accomplish all the plans you have for this country and for him.”
Trump welcomed Brunson to the White House to celebrate his release from nearly two years of confinement in Turkey, which had sparked a diplomatic row with a key ally and outcry from U.S. evangelical groups.

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Temporary secretary of state treated as incumbent

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BATON ROUGE (AP) — Louisiana’s interim secretary of state has been in the job fewer than six months, not elected to the position and only ascending to it because of a scandal. Still, Kyle Ardoin is running as an incumbent.
That campaign decision has put a target on Ardoin’s back from the other contenders seeking the job as Louisiana’s chief elections official on the Nov. 6 ballot. It’s also given Ardoin the office’s baggage, including controversies that aren’t helpful to his message.

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Grambling residents ‘Meet the Candidates’

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GRAMBLING — Grambling’s 10 candidates for five City Council spots presented their platforms Thursday evening during a “Let’s Meet the Candidates” forum held at Grambling City Hall.
A second “Let’s Meet the Candidates” forum for the 3rd Judicial Court race between Monique B. Clement and Bruce Hampton will be held at 6 p.m. Monday at Grambling City Hall.

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Celebrating WaterFest

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Cypress Springs fifth-graders Tram Nguyen, left, and Libby Blake search lake water for microorganisms at Lincoln Parish State Park as part of a conservation exercise during the Sparta Foundation’s WaterFest 2018.

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Carver’s death triggers Mister Twister memories

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Dressed in bib overalls, shock of gray hair askew, he saunters into Toledo Town mega-shop near the banks of massive Toledo Bend Lake. He takes a seat at a table in the restaurant, and the waitress brings him a plate of bacon and eggs.
At first glance, you’d think he was just a local fellow who has spent the last hour in his garden and stops by for breakfast.

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Mortgage Contracting Services promotes Ruston’s Taylor Hires New Executive

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LEWISVILLE, Texas — Mortgage Contracting Services, LLC, a national provider of mortgage-related services, welcomes three new executives to the management team.
Ashley Taylor and Bethany Ockerman have been promoted to Assistant Vice President positions and Len Suazo joins MCS as Corporate Controller.
“Ms. Taylor and Ms. Ockerman have both shown excellent managerial and leadership skills as longtime employees,” said Caroline Reaves, MCS Chief Executive Officer. “

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Help protect your finances in a natural disaster

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From blazing wildfires and floods to hurricanes and tornadoes, natural disasters make front-page news whenever and wherever they happen.
Less headline-worthy are the financial repercussions that follow, which tens of thousands of people are dealing with right now.
These types of tragedies are unavoidable — the most you can do is prepare to minimize the time it takes to put the pieces of your life back together.
Creating a plan that addresses your finances and insurance beforehand can make it easier to recover from a devastating event.

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Choose a financial advisor over a salesman

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Question: Let me be frank. One of the reasons I have not yet done a financial plan is that I have not found a planner that didn’t just remind me of a salesman. I don’t want a salesman. I don’t want to be sold. I want advice. Is that so hard to find?
Answer: It shouldn’t be, but you might have to kiss a few frogs in the process.
I hate buying clothes or cars, and it’s not just because of the financial cost. I hate spending my time shopping.

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