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RHS’ confidence receiving boost

After a season-opening loss of 22-12 to unbeaten and No. 4 Quad-A state ranked Monroe Neville (3-0), the Bearcats have bounced back with 30-plus points’ decisions.
First, 35-28 against No. 11 4-A rated Monroe Ouachita, then 38-6 last weekend versus Franklin Parish.
In the latter game, RHS blasted the Patriots’ defense for 38 consecutive points, 17 of those coming during the third quarter.
“The thing we’re doing now is that we’re getting really good balance with our offense,” Laird said. “The running game is opening up things for our passing game.”

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Chicken fest benefits entire parish

It’s a time when local residents can come together and partake in activities which showcase the town’s culture.
The festival, which marks the biggest event of the year in Dubach, serves as a fund-raiser for Dubach Restoration and Beautification Organization (DRABO).
With these funds, it is possible to make the town a more attractive place for tourists to visit and for citizens to reside.

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Good candidate has right flavor

My conclusion? Like a job interview, they seem to serve primarily as an opportunity to gauge the candidates’ personalities, motivations and problem-solving skills.
During an interview, an intelligent person who is determined to get a position can research the company and make suggestions about what is needed to turn the organization around.
However, until the person is actually working at the facility, it is difficult to get a clear picture of what ideas are really affordable, practical or realistic.

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Candidates speak out on school issues

District 2 incumbent Flynn Ludley identified Adequate Yearly Progress as the biggest challenge for the local system. If a certain amount of progress is not made annually, then it costs the system money, he said.
Ludley named the community as a strong resource from which to draw.
“As part of No Child Left Behind, we must have community involvement,” he said.
Opponent Eddie Milton Jones began his response by repeating the word perception.

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