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December 1st

Ribbon cutting held for Hospice of Caring Hearts

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Ribbon-cutting ceremonies were held recently for the new location of Hospice of Caring Hearts, located at 100 South Trenton St. in Downtown Ruston. The event was sponsored by the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce.

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Super 1 hosts food drive

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Donations to the 31st annual Spirit of Christmas Food Drive at participating Brookshire’s and Super 1 Foods stores are still being accepted as the holiday effort moves into its third week.
The food drive will help provide food for tens of thousands of families in Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana. The grocery stores partner with service organizations, food pantries and other volunteer groups to collect and distribute non-perishable food to those who need assistance.
Tyler, Texas-based Brookshire Grocery Co., parent company of Brookshire’s and Super 1 Foods stores, donates customized boxes in which groups pack the food donations. The company also donates a coupon for a free roasting hen to go with each box of food distributed during the food drive.

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Komen funds available

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The Komen NELA affiliate announces the availability of grant funds for 2013–14. Grants will be made to support efforts to reduce breast cancer disparities in Caldwell, East Carroll, Franklin, Jackson, Lincoln, Madison, Morehouse, Ouachita, Richland, Tensas, Union and West Carroll Parishes.

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Tech softball: Solid recruits

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New head coach lands five all-star caliber players
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With six seniors on this year’s roster, Louisiana Tech University head softball coach Mark Montgomery knew it was imperative that he find some quality replacements for this year’s class.
The first year head coach did just that, as he recently signed five high school prep stars to national letters-of-intent during the early period, as Tech inked Tori Charters (Keller, Texas/Keller HS), Amanda Gray (Allen, Texas/Lovejoy High), Taylor Penn (Forney, Texas/Forney High), Pauline Tufi (Anchorage, Alaska/West Anchorage High), and Kaitlyn Williams (Glendale, Calif./Herbert Hoover High).

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Ruston’s Haddox helps boost Bulldogs’ golf signing class

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Louisiana Tech University head coach Jeff Parks has announced the addition of three high school prep stars to the Bulldog golf program.
Parks has signed Hayden Frederick (Mansfield, Texas/Mansfield High), Mitchell Haddox (Ruston/Ruston High) and John Lewis Sams (Coushatta/Riverdale Academy) to national letters of intent.

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Farmers plow way to YMCA crowns

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The Farmers plowed through to three different championships in recent season-ending action in the 2012 edition of the Ruston YMCA football playoffs.
In all three categories of the league, the Farmers took the title: Junior tackle division, tackle No. 1 and tackle No. 2.
The Gators were the runner-up in the Junior division, the Bulldogs placed No. 2 in the tackle No. 1 category and the Eagles were the runner-up for the tackle No. 2 group.

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Lady Bearcats, NLWS teams capture wins

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Ruston High’s girls got an 18-point performance out of Sunkietria McCallister to halt Minden High at the Haughton tournament this weekend.
McCallister also had nine rebounds and seven steals, while Latansia Waldon helped out with 13 points.

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High school hoops’ information needed

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Basketball has arrived for Lincoln Parish high school programs.

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Bussey: A fisheries’ makeover

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Bussey Lake, or Bussey Brake as it’s locally known, is a 2200 acre body of water sitting in a cotton field in Morehouse Parish. Until recently, the lake was owned by International Paper Company which needed lake water for the paper manufacturing process.
The mill was shut down a few years ago and the water was no longer needed. In a benevolent gesture, the company donated the lake to the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries to be utilized by the public. The only problem is the lake is a “gar hole” literally.

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D’Arbonne Creel limit is reduced

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BATON ROUGE — The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries would like to remind anglers that the daily creel limit for crappie in D’Arbonne Lake is now 25.

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