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Oct 02nd

Sports

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Changes in the works for hunting lease holders

Some folks call them the "good old days", the extended period in which most of us my age grew up that allowed us to hunt on just about any land we chose; posted signs were few and far between.

We'd find a suitable looking scope of woods, ask the land-owner's permission and in most cases, we got a positive response. Our immediate task was hurriedly putting up stands and signs, discouraging other hunting groups from horning in on our woods.

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Softball

Lady Apaches end season at South A

LIBERTY, MS. — The Glenbrook Lady Apaches were eliminated from the South State Tournament on Saturday after going 1-2 on the day and finished their season at 19-9.

"I'm re...

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Football

Panthers pounce on Crimson Tide

Former Minden High head coach David Feaster brought his latest in a long line of teams, the Parkway Panthers, to town Friday night to take on the Crimson Tide, and took h...

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Football

Montgomery rolls over Lakeside

MONTGOMERY - The Lakeside Warriors began the year with two straight wins, but have now lost two in a row, as they fell to Montgomery, 64-26 on Friday night.

Not much went ...

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Football

Defense keys Knights’ win

SPRINGHILL—At the end of North Webster's 23-13 win over Bossier, head coach John Ware was happy for his players, especially the ones that have been through the last coupl...

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Football

Saints fall to 0-3 with overtime loss to Chiefs

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — As Kansas City kicker Ryan Succop lined up for a 31-yard field goal in overtime, fans started filing out of the Superdome.

Those who stuck around looked...

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Football

Defense leads LSU past Auburn

(AP) — Les Miles said he can use a hard-fought win over Auburn as "a tremendous lesson" for a LSU team more accustomed to lopsided victories.

Lesson No. 1: Defense still w...

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