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Tech schedule rated toughest

Unless you’ve been holed up at a monastery over the past several months, the ‘Dogs play a milestone-achieving 13 games between early September and early December.
The opener is on Sept. 2 at Lincoln against Nebraska and then later includes additional top 25 preseason listed squads in Clemson (Sept. 30) and Boise State (Oct. 7).
Also on the agenda: Nevada and Fresno State at Joe Aillet Stadium on Nov. 18 and 24, respectively, and at Texas A&M on Sept. 23, all of those teams having received honorable mention votes in various preseason national polls.

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Runners aid key society

Butler is running in the name of Josh Sanderson, who was diagnosed with leukemia in 1985 and lived through it.
Sanderson is now 24, married and an active Choudrant resident.
Choudrant Mayor Bill Sanderson said his son’s survival has given him a positive outlook on the chances of surviving with leukemia and a desire to help those fighting it.

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I’m glad I’m not a new grad

This was the third Tech graduation I attended besides my own and my husband’s.
I listened carefully to Eugene Callens Jr., the keynote speaker, as he discussed why graduates should realize that they are entering the workforce at a prime time.
We are at the pinnacle of society with health care, human rights, etc. This is great news, sure, but there are some pitfalls that I don’t think anyone but a fresh graduate understands.
Most new graduates are alone.
As I entered the workforce with my “real” job three months after graduation, I felt somewhat like a fish out of water.

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Candidates prepare for SB elections

“I would be a good person to represent (District 2) because of the experience I have in the school system, with more than 20 years as a principal and assistant principal,” Ludley said.
“Knowing what it takes to deal with that gives me an advantage in knowing how this school system is run.”
Ludley, a Democrat who is retired from the Bienville Parish School System, has two opponents who are also registered as Democrats — Eddie Milton Jones and George M. Hamlin.

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