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’Dogs respect Vandals

But suddenly, the Moscow-based program that is now being engineered by former NFL head coach Dennis Erickson, is grabbing some attention among its conference cohorts.
Louisiana Tech University is certainly one of those opponent because the Vandals (3-3, 2-0) are the next team on the Bulldogs’ schedule.
The two teams collide in a league contest at Joe Aillet Stadium on
Staurday starting at 6 p.m.

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GSU progress in process

Judson said both the chair and the planned construction are critical to the university, and we agree.
The housing project, specifically, could go a long way toward securing GSU’s future. A recent trend pointed out by several university officials is the beginnings of a decrease in enrollment due to the out-of-date buildings some freshmen said they could not abide living in. Some of those students were legacy students —the offspring of GSU alumni.

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Coloring way through October

There’s also the infamous orange and black combination that dominates the celebration of the Halloween holiday, marked at the tail end of the month by ghosts, goblins and gremlins all over.
Other days of note this month that pop off the calendar adorning my wall are Columbus Day (which was on Monday), National Boss Day (Oct. 16) and United Nations Day (Oct. 24).
And, let us not forget the end of Daylight Savings that will turn our clocks back one hour on Oct. 29 and rock the foundations of my routine as I know it.

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Lincoln Parish Marine killed in Iraq

IED is the label given to an Improvised Explosive Device, more commonly known as a roadside bomb.
Puckett, who lives in northwestern Lincoln Parish, said the voice on the telephone told her Jon’s body would be returned home within four days.
“They said his body is in Germany right now,” Puckett said. “When he gets home, we’ll make funeral plans.”
Bowman, 21, graduated from Summerfield High School a little more than two years ago, then went straight to the Marine Corps, his mother said.

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