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Nominees for 2011 HERA Awards Are Being Sought

The Shreveport Mayor’s Women’s Commission is seeking nominations for the 2011 HERA Award and the Oct. 17 deadline to submit the names of women to be considered for this prestigious honor is drawing near. 

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Photo: Wiki Commons/Salvatore Rabito Alcón
Photo: Wiki Commons/Salvatore Rabito Alcón
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Dinosaur Tracks Found In Southwest Arkansas

Lions and tigers and... Dinosaurs? In Arkansas?

Yes, that's right!

Researchers at the University of Arkansas say they've discovered a large field of dinosaur tracks.

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‘Spooktacular’ Fun Run Planned

The Northwestern State University Elementary Lab School Running Club will host the third annual Spooktacular 1-mile Fun Run/5K Run Saturday, Oct. 29 on the Northwestern State campus in Natchitoches. 

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Learn The “Art Of The Road” With Curator Liz Swaine

In the beginning was the motorcycle, and what followed was a love affair that has lasted more than 100 years.  

"Art of the Road" will focus on the art of the machine itself... the lines, the creations; the ability of two wheels to transport us through a century of design and open road romance.

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Justin Sullivan, Getty Images
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Hawaii Makes Surfing a High School Sport

Surf’s up.

Hawaii became the first state to officially recognize surfing as a high school sport, which will take effect by the spring of 2013. Funding for the program will come from the private sector and the community.

“Surfing has been a really big part of my life and has taught me a lot of valuable lessons: what hard work and perseverance can do, time management and how to stay organized,” said Carissa Moore, 18, Association of Surfing Professionals women’s world champion.

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Ruin Raider, flickr by Yahoo!
Ruin Raider, flickr by Yahoo!
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LSP To Stage A Mock Train Crash During Louisiana Rail Safety Week

Louisiana State Police is partnering with Louisiana Operation Lifesaver in promoting Louisiana Rail Safety Week, October 3 – 9, 2011.  

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AHA Certified Courses Being Offered At BPCC

Take your required American Heart Association-certified courses in one place.  Become certified with the BPCC Workforce Development and Continuing Education in a 5-course seminar. The courses offered include:

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NSU Happenings

Here is a quick look at what's going on for the week of Oct. 2, 2011 at Northwestern State University.

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Pregnancy, Birth & Beyond at BPCC

Need some expert tips on what to expect while waiting for your buddle of joy?  Go be a part of the BPCC Workforce Development and Continuing Education series on Pregnancy, Birth, and beyond.

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The Do’s And Don’t's When It Comes To Child Safety Seats

The checks will be conducted by nationally certified child passenger safety technicians who will offer advice and hands-on child safety seat inspections for free.  

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State Farm Wants To Hire NSU Grads, Gives Grant To Program

Northwestern State University’s computer information systems program is receiving a $50,000 grant from State Farm Insurance.  The grant continues State Farm’s long-term support of NSU’s computer information systems program, according to grant principal investigator Dr. Jack Russell. 

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‘Glee’ Donating $1 Million to School Arts Programs

If you feel like those wacky ‘Glee’ kids are everywhere lately, you aren’t alone — heck, even Cory Monteith supposedly thinks they need to take it down a notch. But in between all that singing, dancing and carrying on, the show is spreading an important pro-arts message, and the latest ‘Glee’ project is backing it up with some serious cash.

The ‘Glee’ Give a Note Campaign, coordinated through Twentieth Century Fox, the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), and the show, is looking to raise $1 million for art programs at schools across the country.

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