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2 university presidential search groups meet Fri.

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Committees set up to find presidents for the University of Louisiana System and Louisiana Tech University will be meeting Friday in Baton Rouge.

The system search committee will interview Sandra Woodley, its only finalist, at 9 a.m.

The Tech search committee will meet at noon to choose finalists. Nine people have applied so far.

Both meetings are open and will be webcast live.

The one in-state applicant for president of Tech is the university's executive vice president and vice president for research and development, Leslie K. Guice. Those from out of state include Marshall...

Preview the new UNT App

The new UNT App includes two brand new features to provide students with Campus Parking information and Student Services right on their phone. We've also dramatically refreshed our interface to let students stay connected easier than ever, with customizable homescreens and more at-a-glance information.

Local library to become ‘PEARL’

Your library has been chosen to become a PEARL, which stands for Promoting and Enhancing the Advancement of Rural Libraries. This program was created by the University of North Texas, with a mission “to strengthen the public library as an essential part of community life in rural Texas communities.”

Director Carrie Custer attended a two-day workshop at Denton to learn more about the program. Each of 105 libraries will create a Community Outreach Plan. Carrie has been surveying various groups to find out what Lindale needs and what the library can do.

A project will be chosen and completed within two years,...

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