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\ i THE TIMES, OCTOBER 30, 2014, PAGE2 - Like us on Facebook by Seattle this past Sunday. On games, they stumble into this the other hand, the Saints are game with a 3-4-1 record, flying high, after dropping 44 Even after shaky starts by points on the Packers. both of these squads, first place These two teams are going in in the division is at stake. The completely opposite directions. Panthers are physically beat Most of the Thursday night up, after getting pushed around games have been pretty one- sided, and I don't think this one John Dudek By JOHN DUDEK Times Columnist ! What a difference a week makes. i Two Sundays ago, the New Orleans Saints traveled to De- rozt, and then headed home sers to the Lions. : Last Sunday, the Saints imped into a Sunday night ;ame against Green Bay. What t appened next shocked me. The New Orleans team that I have been waiting all season to see finally showed up. They came Out like gangbusters, beating the Packers in dominating fash- ion, 44-23. The Saints played a complete ame, excelling in all three phases Of the game. I can't even remember the last time' that t.'he offense, defense, and special teams were all solid. This week, the Saints take 0n the Carolina Panthers on Thursday Night Football. The Panthers started off the season nicely, but after set- tling for'.a tie against Cincin- i ati, thez losing their last two / Crowd cheering after a touchdown (Times Photo by John Beadle) \ Police chief and antique car owner Frank Edwards III (left) is pictured with the owner of two antique cars, Dale Brouillette. Pictured is his red 1955 Ford Customline. (Times Photo) The Ponchatoula Times The IndeTendence Times Establishes October 1, 1981 Print Edition l ublished T-.hursday of every week at 170 North Seventh Street Post Office Box 743---Ponchatoula, LA 70454-0743 SUBSCRIPTIONS $25 a Year In Tangipahoa Parish $30 a Year Outside Tangipahoa Parish ($5 Discount for Seniors) Gift subscriptions offered at same rates --24 Hour Telephone Line-- Subscriptions and News Tips 985/386-2877 INTERNET EDITION E-MAIL FACEBOOK, or facebook, com/theindependencetimes U.S. Periodicals Postal Permit No. 666730 Postmaster, address correspondence and changes of address orders to: P.O. Box 743, Ponchatoula, LA 70454-0743 Bryan T. McMahon-- Editor & Publisher Derrick E Hingle - Sports Editor Deirdre McMahon Sanchez--Houston Bureau Chief Bliss McMahon--Chicago Bureau Chief Mark McMahon--Detroit Bureau Chief Brendan McMahon--New Orleans Bureau Chief Capt. David Stefferud--Madisonville Bureau Chief Times Columnists and Photographers Ole Hardhide The Alligator, Thomas Kuhn, John Dudek, Uncle Sam, John Johnson, Marion Fannaly (Automotive), Brooks O'Connor (features), Parker Layrisson (Law), Jim Perrin (History), Prof. Dr. Randolph Howes M.D. PhD (Health) Times On Wheels Columnists Bryan T. McMahon NEWS RELEASES & ADVERTISING e-mail (preferred) P.O. Box 743, Ponchatoula, LA 70454-0743 We accept VISA/Mastercard OFFICIAL JOURNAL City of Ponchatoula, Town of Independence, South Tangipahoa Port Commission, Ponchatoula Area Recreation District, Madisonville Wooden Boat Festival, Tangipahoa Parish Rural Fire District No. 2 MEMBER Louisiana Press Association, Gulf States Automotive Writers As- sociation, Texas Auto Writers Association HONORS Louisiana Press Association Freedom of Information Award, 1st Place Investigative Reporting, 1st place Editorial Writing, Gibbs Adams Award for Investigative Reporting, 1st Place Best Headline (Brooks O'Connor) Brown Pelican Award for Environmental Reporting OFFICE HOURS Please call for Appointment (985) 386-2877 Reggie Walker sacks Fountainbleau quarterback #91 Reggie Walker sacked Fountainbleau quarterback, #9 Hunt Thompson, caus- ing a fumble. Reggie stayed in the Bulldog backfield all night, disrupting their of- fensive timing. (Times Pho- to by John Beadle) Tabasco sauce at IES Pre-K teachers Brandi Polk and Candace Antho- ny spiced it up as Tabasco sauce at IES's Family Math and Literacy Night. (Cour- tesy Photo) One More \ will be much different. Drew Breestrack, while Cam Newton and the Prediction: New Orleans 27, and the Saints look to be back onPanthers train has derailed. Carolina 13. Baton Rouge" [ Hammond" I New Orleans" The first step in reaching your goals is reaching the person who can help you achieve them. o 401(k)/403(b) Rollovers . All IRAs, Annuities, & Drop o Personalized Investment Advice Ameriprise 0 Financial ,' !~ ......... ~ o $100 3 rst Minimum Offering an ~xtensive library of top 40, rock, pop, hip hop, dlassic rock, party style, and more, KSLU Specializes in parties, fun runs, and special events. To Book Your Event: Monique Gregoirc Phone: 985-5 49-2327 Email: I ' I Your Local Specialists Web'~Site Creation )VD/CD Duplication Web Sit~: Hosting Business Printing Se, / (Any quantity - Large or Small) Go to :ore or call 386-8581 I i i i