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Dean soars with Eagles award

It did.
Through the same type of hustle, the heart and the will-to-succeed that the late Tommy Joe Eagles exemplified so often during his playing days at Doyline High and later at Tech and then as a coach at various stops along the prep and college trail, among them at his college alma mater and Auburn and earlier at Cedar Creek High and Simsboro High
It was only fitting, then, that Dean was chosen as the recipient of the coveted Tommy Joe Eagles Award at the Bulldogs’ annual postseason awards’ supper held at the Squire Creek Golf and Country Club Tuesday night.

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Arrests help build trust

The first incident surfaced last Thursday when a Bienville Parish transport deputy was arrested on charges that he used his position to have sex with a female inmate he was transporting.

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Running out of victim mode

As he spoke on crime prevention and what makes someone an easy target during Grambling State University’s Health Extravaganza, I unfortunately saw a lot of the listed characteristics in myself.
The first thing Ludley said a criminal will often look for to indicate an easy target is visible signs of low self-esteem, such as body language and failure to make eye contact.

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LifeShare seeks life-saving donors

With only a pint of blood drawn, Bajrachary reclined on a blue chair and squeezed a ball as LifeShare Donor Technician 1 John Davis watched over him.
“This is my third time to give blood,” said Bajrachary, who is originally from Nepal. “It makes you nervous the first time, but it is fun.”
John Caldwell, a LifeShare donor technician 2, said blood is currently in short supply. Although some of the shortage can be attributed to flooding at the Lake Charles LifeShare Center due to the hurricanes, there are seasonal causes as well.

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