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The saying goes “Sometimes you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone.”
Louisiana Tech and Grambling State football fans lived it last weekend at Independence Stadium in Shreveport.
The Port City Classic featuring the first football game ever was a tremendous success and a great time for all. But unfortunately, the one negative about the game was apparent to all.

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Never forget 9/11 victims, heroes

Many of us grew up hearing stories of Pearl Harbor Day, and how that was the worst day our nation ever faced. Many of us never thought we’d see such a day ourselves.
Many of us thought wrong.
That’s what makes Saturday so important. We must never forget what happened nine years ago.

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Richard A. “Dickie” Lewis

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Richard A. “Dickie” Lewis of Kingwood, TX passed away September 8, 2010. Mr. Lewis was born May 14, 1944 in Ruston, LA to Elwood Lewis and Joyce Christy.  He grew up in Dubach, graduated from Dubach High School in 1962, and from Louisiana Polytechnic Institute in 1966  in business. In May 1966 he married Carolyn Hunter, also of Dubach. He served in the Air Force Reserve for six years.  Mr.

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