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Techsters going for 900 wins

Western Kentucky went 27-7 overall, a perfect 16-0 on their own court and 12-2 against Sun Belt Conference opponents last year.
And off of that squad returns 11 of the 12 players who were listed on their final scoring charts from 2005-2006.
Among them: Crystal Kelly, a 6-3 junior forward who is on a preseason list for the 2007 Wade Trophy presented to the college game’s top performer and on the John R. Wooden Award watch list as a candidate for their All-American squad.

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Scholarship leaves lasting benefits

Recently one of the most outstanding graduates of Louisiana Tech University’s College of Administration and Business died in a tragic auto accident.
Amy Leigh Myers, a 1999 honor graduate with a degree in computer information systems, was pursuing a master of business administration degree from the University of Houston.

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I am now really, really scared

The notice reads as follows:
“The next meeting of the SPARTA Water Commission is scheduled to be held on Tuesday, Nov. 14, in Jonesboro, Louisiana, at the Jonesboro Community Center (182 Industrial Drive just off U.S. 167, south of Wal-Mart).
“This commission should be the driving force to save the Sparta Aquifer. However, legislators and bureaucrats in recent years have not accepted some of the recommendations of the Sparta Commission.

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Jurors unable to agree on insurance

Allen had stated in an earlier Insurance Committee meeting that he was in favor of having employees pay a portion of their insurance.
Currently, the Police Jury pays 100 percent of employees premiums and 50 percent of family members.
“I’ll work with all the jurors to get the employees to participate in paying some portion of their insurance,” Allen had previously said.
However, when it was proposed that employees pay 20 percent of their premium, offset by an accompanying raise to offset the increase, Allen was opposed. He was also opposed to a 10 percent employee contribution.

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