Over the past years many terrorist attacks are taking place. One can recollect the terrorist attacks which were inhuman. In one of the most reprehensible incidents an old 85-year-old French priest was killed with a knife by a Jihadist who claimed allegiance to the Islamic State. The French declared an extension of the state of […]

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In addition to the availability of scholarships based on grades, ethnic backgrounds, academic majors and hobbies, there are also specific ones for cheerleaders. College sports are an important part of school both for students as well as the local community. Games are participated by many in the town and creates a bond between those at […]

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Is cheerleading a sport? This is a question that many people ask, and when they ask this question the most common answer is no. I 100% disagree with that. Cheerleading is one of the hardest, most time consuming, and dangerous sports that one can participate in. I have been cheering since I was 14 years […]

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Hello everybody, and welcome to Dig IN Fishing Fridays. I’m excited today. Today we have Derek Hudnall here. Derek is a Bass Masters league lead angler from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Derek is 38 years old, and was born and raised in Baton Rouge. His wife Anya, daughter Payton, who’s three, and Braxton who’s 15. He […]

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We may not be out of the pandemic quite yet, but many of us are carving out a “new normal” for ourselves. Because let’s face it, life is not going back to what it was a mere two years ago. This actually is a good thing, because we have the opportunity to make new decisions, […]

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Much has been written about proper cyber security safeguards for those working from remote locations. While remote workers need to be aware and educated regarding precautions to guard against a data breach to their corporate business network, the same holds true for those using their devices for mostly leisure activities. Taking some necessary precautions need […]

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