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December 8th

Cage-Bibbs: Thrilling home debut

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Grambling gave its legendary head coach a big win

GRAMBLING — Despite a record of 1-6, it’s safe to say that the Lady Tigers’ basketball team, led by returning head coach Patricia Cage-Bibbs, is no joke.
Bibbs said she will return exciting basketball to Grambling State University and in their home opener against 4-3 Stephen F. Austin recently, that’s exactly what fans witnessed at the Fredrick C. Hobdy Arena.

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Tech’s Holley honored academically

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Senior running back named to CoSIDA All-American team
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TOWSON, Md. – Louisiana Tech graduate student Ray Holley was named to the Capital One Academic All-America First Team Thursday as selected by the Capital One Academic All-America® Division I football team as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America organization.
Holley joins Nebraska’s Rex Burkhead as the two running backs named to the first unit of the prestigious squad.

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Techsters test Rutgers

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NEW YORK –— Teresa Weatherspoon knows Madison Square Garden.
The Louisiana Tech head coach spent seven of her eight WNBA seasons playing home games at the historic arena for the New York Liberty.
Today, the former five-time WNBA All-Star leads her Lady Techster team into MSG as they face Rutgers at 10 a.m. CDT in the first game of the 2012 Maggie Dixon Classic.

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RPAR receives donations from Walpole Tire Service

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he Michelin Soccer Program and Walpole Tire Service of Ruston have donated more than $650 in both funds and equipment to the Ruston Parks and Recreation Department.
These funds will help provide scholarships, uniforms and other soccer essentials for the participating leagues.

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Smith guides Cedar Creek

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Senior guard Tucker Smith was among the Cedar Creek High School players directing the Cougars into action during the annual Neill Killgore Memorial tournament that concluded on Saturday. The Cougars of Head Coach Kyle Kavanaugh will play at Quitman on Friday.

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Deer stand names require creativity

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Calling ‘em deer “stands” is a misnomer. Most of us don’t stand; we sit. It’d make more sense to say we were going to climb a tree and hunt out of our deer “seat”, which could be a chair, or stool, or board nailed between two branches.
However, we need to accept the fact that we climb and sit down in deer stands. Even the hunting catalogs call ‘em deer “stands” so if they’re good enough for Cabela’s they ought to be good enough for us.

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Corbins celebrate 50 years together

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Henard and Dorothy Corbin, of Ruston, celebrated their Golden Anniversary on Nov. 22, Thanksgiving Day.
The couple were married on Nov. 22, 1962 and have

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Catching up with old friends while in Ruston

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Erma Hudson and I spent the morning at the Community Trust Bank, signing books and visiting with friends.

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Tech professor’s work chosen for exhibit

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Louisiana Tech Professor of art Marie Bukowski has been selected to have her print work included in the PRINTWORK 2012 exhibition at Artists Image Resource in Pittsburg, Penn.
Bukowski was one of 22 artists chosen from more than 150 entries, designed to showcase the best of contemporary printmaking in the United States. She will attend the opening reception today.

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GSU celebrates Christmas

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Christmas is a few weeks away, but late Thursday afternoon seemed like Christmas for a bit, absent young children and the opening of gifts.
The Christmas spirit flooded Grambling State University’s Black and Gold room and atrium as Frank G. and Dorothy Pogue, the university president and first lady, greeted and entertained students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members. The rooms were filled with the sound of jazz on a stage lined with live poinsettias and a large, brightly-lit Christmas tree stood front and center.

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