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November 29th, 2012

Warming those left in the cold

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Imagine not being able to keep warm at night, tossing and turning, unable to sleep.
Many of us have troubling falling into deep slumber and staying asleep for a variety of reasons, ranging from the stress that keeps one’s mind racing at night, to hunger or too much caffeine.
But apparently there are those people, some of them right here in Lincoln Parish, who — although they have a roof over their head — cannot afford to stay warm during the winter months.

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Pure speculation: Tech to Indy?

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Three national websites predict Shreveport bowl for ’Dogs
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It’s all pure speculation at this point, a variety of prognosticators across the nation who are trying their best to fill in the pieces to the upcoming college football bowl puzzle.
It’s not easy and, too often, it’s not accurate.
Still the projections, the predictions and the what ifs make for some interesting reading at this time of the year, when Christmas nears and thoughts of postseason paychecks dance in the craniums of athletic departments.

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’Dogs advance win streak to six games

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Six wins in a row and still rolling.
The Bulldogs of Louisiana Tech University extended their longest victory streak since the 2009-10 season to six games with a 99-62 conquest of Southeastern Louisiana University in front of 2,356 fans at the Thomas Assembly Center on Wednesday night.

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I.A. Lewis hosts Evangel

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The I.A. Lewis boys basketball team of Ruston will host Shreveport-based Evangel Christian tonight at 5:30 p.m.
The game was originally scheduled as a doubleheader in Shreveport.

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Grambling women sign solid hoops’ class

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GRAMBLING — The Grambling State University Lady Tigers’ basketball program is putting together a solid signing class.
First-year Head Coach Patricia Cage-Bibbs began looking to solidify the point guard position.
With this target in mind, she signed Dominique Patrick, a 5-7 point guard from Centerpoint High School in Birmingham, Alabama. She is rated as a three-star player by ESPN.

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First graders visit library, second graders hear authors

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Kindergarten
All of the kindergarten classes have been working hard on numbers, shapes, patterns and learning to read! We were excited to have our parents eat Thanksgiving lunch with us!
Mrs. Conn’s Life Skill Kids were Hailee Rhone, understanding; Jackson McKaskle, optimism; Payton Bell, reliability and Jerel Jones, honesty. Her “All About Me” students were Tristen Stringfellow, Mahlek Stringfellow, Zaccai Ruffin and Luke Roy.

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Students celebrate Thanksgiving, look to Christmas

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Bethel Christian School’s students and faculty have already had a great year and they’re looking forward to even more excitement as the Christmas season draws near.
On Nov. 15, students and their parents enjoyed a delicious Thanksgiving meal prepared by the cafeteria staff.

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I.A. LEWIS HONOR ROLL

I.A. Lewis School, which only has sixth-grade students, has announced those students who have earned the honor roll for the second six-weeks grading period.
Principal’s List, All A’s: Michael Bishop, Victoria Breeding, Raven Collins, Emma Colvin, Malcolm Davis, Katelyn Foster, Jessica Johnston, Spencer Lynch, Abigail Matejowsky, Alexandra Sanders, Lauren Washington and Jaquereon Witherspoon

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SIMSBORO HONOR ROLL

Simsboro School has announced the students who earned honor roll for the second six-weeks grading period.
“A” Honor Roll
First grade: Cayden Barfield, Richard Canterbury, Dimitri Carr, Bo Collinsworth, Harley Dowing, Taylor Hill, Steven Holstead, Grisham Locke, M. J. Radford, Brooklyn Roberson, John Robert Scheer, Kirah Spivey, Stormy Tartar, Luke Waldron, Amayah West and Will Young

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New Tech students begin job shadowing

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With New Tech @ Ruston in its third year of implementation, learning has truly extended beyond the classroom.
In addition to the highly collaborative project-based learning they have engaged in for two years, NT@R juniors are now immersed in a cycle of job shadowing experiences to be completed this year. A component of New Tech schools across the country, the shadowing opportunity provides an introduction to the internships the students will engage in during their senior year.

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