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GSU aerial tandem wrecking foes

“You go into playing Grambling with a game plan of trying to limit the touches that Edwards gets or trying to put some pressure on Landers to where he doesn’t hurt you with his passing accuracy,” said Rick Comegy, the head coach at Jackson State University. “You can plan for it all you want, but I don’t know if it does any good sometimes.”
He should know.
Landers threw for 348 yards by completing 22-of-41 passes and Edwards had three of those catches for 115 yards and a 49-yard scoring hookup to help lead the sizzling hot G-Men to a 30-20 league victory last weekend.

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Careers are years in the making

Ruston High School’s initiative to put career-planning materials in students’ hands early is good for that very reason. In its two weeks in existence, the center has seen a fair number of students come through, and that is also encouraging.
The center, temporarily housed in the library, will grow as time passes, and organizers have said job shadowing and internships are a possibility on the horizon.

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Down to the runoff vote

At the Oct. 9 meeting, with an election a week and a half away, there was little talk outright of the impending vote.
It was more a palpable air of concern.
Jokes were made about it, nothing much more, but omission can make a glaring statement.
At the September and August meetings, there was more of a hush-hush kind of understanding that the jurors were getting calls from their constituents, and they were listening.

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Safety complex in the works

Stone said his office received $50,000 of capital outlay funds to support the project. Stone said this funding was obtained with help from state Sen. Bob Kostelka and state Reps. Hollis Downs and Rick Gallot.
“They were very helpful, very instrumental in getting the capital outlay,” he said.
Stone said plans for the safety complex began earlier this year.
“We’re in the stages of getting the planning done. The $50,000 in capital outlay we already have will get us a real plan and will help determine what our needs are.”

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