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Bearcats’ offense explodes

“We didn’t come out as mentally sharp as we needed to be, but we responded well after they scored on us.”
The Bearcats had their share of contributors to the win, the second in a row of 30 or more points.
Running back Kevin Caesar rushed for 107 yards on 13 carries and scored on a 25-yard run.
Fellow running backs DeUndray Johnson (3-yard run) and Billy Thompson (2-yard run) got in on the TD count and wideout Lamar Haddox hauled in a 13-yard scoring throw from quarterback Ben Alsup.
There was more.

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Options abound for club

Last week I attended a meeting in which Eldonta’ Osborne, executive director of the Boys and Girls Clubs of North Central Louisiana, and Jimmy Williams, unit director of Ruston’s Boys and Girls Club, informed parents about the club’s purpose, what their children could receive as members there and programs that will soon be installed to further help their children.
“The reason why we are here is for the kids in the community, and we want to serve all of the kids in the community,” Osborne said.

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Golden pen leaves mark

Whatever national and international acclaim that Grambling State University enjoys in athletics today, you can trace it directly back to the Winnfield native, who passed away this past week at the age of 85.
He did it with a caring, compassionate and loving demeanor that earned him friends and admirers from New York to Los Angeles, from Tokyo to Houston.
The fact that GSU has four of its former players in the NFL shrine for greatness isn’t surprising.

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Jury works for Habitat

Juror Roy Glover lends a hand holding a board. Other jurors who helped were president the Rev. Eddie Allen, Annie Brown, Mickey Mays and Parish Administrator Dennis Woodward.

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