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March 7th, 2013

Science Olympiad teams win Region 3 tournament

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Thanks to Ruston High School and I. A. Lewis School, Lincoln Parish recently brought home the bronze, silver and gold at the Region 3 Science Olympiad Tournament held at Louisiana Tech University.
The RHS team captured three first place, four second place and two third place awards while IAL scored six second place and 17 third place finishes. All now advance to the state competition in Hammond on April 27.

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FBLA brings home awards

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The Dubach High School Future Business Leaders of America recently brought home the following honors from the FBLA District II Conference held at the University of Louisiana at Monroe: Kaleb Reeves and Destiny Thompson — Excellent in Help Desk; Nohemi Hernandez — Superior in Business Law; Brittany Cole — Superior in Hospitality Management; Abigail Hartwell — Excellent in Hospitality Management; Jaemal Crosby — Excellent in Computer Problem Solving; Delessa Richard — Excellent in Job Interview; Gerdasia Johnson — Excellent in Networking Concepts; and Brittany Cole, Joshua Pate, Kaleb Reeves and

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Students focus on letters, Louisiana life

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February was a fabulous month at Emmanuel Baptist Preschool. Ms. Deby, Ms. Monica, Ms. Brooksie and Ms. Amanda’s classes just finished learning all the letters of the alphabet and the sounds they make.
Ms. Deby’s 4-year-old class is now reviewing and practicing writing the letters. This week our 4-year-olds worked on P, Q, R, S and T, and they are beginning to sound out three letter words and recognize many sight words.

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Simsboro is state runner-up

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MONROE — One statistic caught Lance Waldron’s eye when he scanned over the final box score of the 2013 Louisiana High School Athletic Association Class B boys’ box score late Wednesday night.
“If you had told me last week that Jarell Martin would have 11 points, I would have said, ‘Hand over the trophy to us’,” said Waldron, head coach at Simsboro High.
Those 11 points were nearly 15 under the season average for Martin, a 6-9 forward who is arguably the best player in his classification and has signed with LSU.
As he goes, more than times not does Madison Prep Academy of Baton Rouge.

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Techsters host NMSU tonight

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It’s all about seeding for Louisiana Tech University’s Lady Techsters as they close out their home schedule with two games starting tonight.
Set to play New Mexico State University (12-15, 5-11) tonight (7 p.m.) and University of Denver Saturday night (7 p.m.) at the Thomas Assembly Center, the Techsters (12-15, 8-8) are currently squeezed into a share of fourth place in the Western Athletic Conference standings with three other schools.
All of which means that these final two regular season challenges are all about seedings for the upcoming league postseason tournament.

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’Dogs start big WAC road trip

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Louisiana Tech University’s Bulldogs have travelled more than 15,000 miles and won in four time zones this season.
The No. 27 ranked team in the Associated Press poll and No. 28 for the USA Today rankings would like to continue that trend starting tonight with their final two road appearances of the regular season.
Tech (26-3, 16-0) will play at New Mexico State (19-10, 12-4) tonight (8 p.m., CDT) and at Denver on Saturday (6 p.m., CDT) in crucial Western Athletic Conference contests.

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Cedar Creek softballers still perfect

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Cedar Creek High’s softball team reached double digits in wins and remained unbeaten with a 5-2 victory over Benton Wednesday.
The Lady Cougars advanced their early season record to 10-0 after registering a 5-2 win for the second straight day. They had won by the same score against Monroe Ouachita Christian in a District 2-1A opener Tuesday.
Caley Pyles (8-0) was the winning pitcher and had six strikeouts along with getting two hits and driving in a run at the plate against Benton.

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Laurice Dean “Buddy” Napper

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Laurice Dean “Buddy” Napper, a Ruston politician, attorney and professor passed away on Wednesday, March 6, 2013 at his home in Ruston, LA.

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APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR CCAA LINCOLN PARISH WEATHERIZATION PROGRAM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For Further Information
Contact: Laurance Guidry
(318) 861-4808
Louisiana Relay 711
APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR CCAA LINCOLN PARISH
WEATHERIZATION PROGRAM

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"NOTICE TO ESTABLISH A MOBILE BRANCH"

"NOTICE TO ESTABLISH A MOBILE BRANCH"

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