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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Gene Taylor
Gene Taylor has run for Congress 13 times before now, but never before as a Republican.
North Dakota State stayed in house for its men's basketball opening, promoting David Richman to head coach on Tuesday.
Party loyalty is being tested in one of Mississippi's U.S. House districts as a former Democratic congressman runs in a Republican primary.
North Dakota State's ascension to NCAA basketball tournament darling began more than a decade ago with a college president who wanted to see the school name scrolled across the ticker on cable TV stations and set out to raise millions of dollars for Division I athletics.
Former Democratic Mississippi congressman Gene Taylor will stay on the Republican primary ballot opposing incumbent U.S. Rep. Steven Palazzo.
A former Democratic congressman from south Mississippi is running as a Republican this year, trying to unseat the man who knocked him out of office in 2010.
Four Division I colleges in North and South Dakota are holding signing day parties for football and other sports. Only one is charging for the event.
A former Anderson County sheriff has been shot and wounded outside his Greenville apartment.
North Dakota State head football coach Craig Bohl will continue to guide the team though the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs even though he has taken the job at Wyoming, the school's athletic director said Sunday.
Craig Bohl is having the time of his life at North Dakota State.
Some congressional Democrats might actually be having second thoughts about creating new spending programs. Last week, the House demonstrated unusual restraint in declining to put taxpayers on the hook for yet another government-backed insurance scheme. Unfortunately, the reluctance may turn out to be only a temporary delay.
Taylor says he's focusing more attention away from the coast this time around.
"I think people have realized they want a congressman that's accessible to them, that they can talk to face-to-face," Taylor said.