Minden Press-Herald

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Aug 30th

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Public schools and Title IX

Part of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was revised under the Education Amendments of 1972, guaranteeing that "No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance."

Although most people will recognize this as Title IX—the law that provided equal opportunities for women in collegiate athletics—it applies to nine other key areas in federally-supported education as well. And while most will associate Title IX with collegiate athletics, the legislation has had a titanic and pervasive impact on high school athletics as well.

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Lakeside Warriors beat Sterlington, 12-1

Lakeside Warriors beat Sterlington, 12-1

STERLINGTON — The Lakeside Warriors had a tough task before them on Tuesday in the regional round of the Class 2A baseball playoffs.

The Warriors had to play a tough Sterl...

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Minden Little leaguers get back on the fields

Minden Little leaguers get back on the fieldsA night after wet fields kept the Minden little leaguers at home, the Minden Recreation Department's little league program was back in full swing with games on every fiel...
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Apaches compete at South AA Tournament

Apaches compete at South AA Tournament

BROOKHAVEN, MS.—The district champions and the district runners-up in each of the nine divisions of play competed in the South AA Tennis Tournament on Thursday, April 28,...

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Lady Warriors make All-District teams

Lady Warriors make All-District teams

SIBLEY — Eight Lakeside Lady Warrior softball players were recently named to the three District 1-2A All-District Softball Teams.

Three Lady Warriors were named to the 1-2...

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