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Motion date set for March in federal 'Jewish blood' LC discrimination suit

A motion date is set for March 15 in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Louisiana in Alexandria for a federal lawsuit filed by a former football coaching prospect who claims he was denied a job at the college due to his "Jewish blood."


Deputies say someone from the party went to the woman's apartment and the two started throwing bottles at each other.


Fort Polk Progress recently awarded a $12,900 Education Initiative grant to the Beauregard Parish School Board.


More than 70 Guardsmen with the unit are scheduled to deploy to various countries in the Middle East starting this week.



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