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October 20th, 2012

Deason, with McKinney Honda, receives special birthday visitor

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Rick Martin and Beverly Deason share a laugh over Deason’s surprise visitor. Beverly Deason is the receptionist at McKinney Honda and employees recently celebrated her birthday with her.

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CVB hosts tourism grant workshop

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The Ruston Lincoln Convention and Visitors Bureau will host its Tourism Development Grant (TDG) workshop at 10 a.m. Nov. 13.
The workshop will take place at the Ruston Lincoln Visitors Center, located at 2111 N. Trenton St.

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Ruston resident, Parrott, named APHA president-elect

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Mary Parrott, of Ruston, was recently named president-elect of the American Paint Horse Association’s 2012–13 Executive Committee. Her election and fifth term on the Executive Committee came during the association’s recent 42nd Convention Oct. 4­–6 in Fort Worth.
The Executive Committee on which Parrott serves is the governing body that sets APHA policy and is responsible for the association’s activities and fiscal integrity.

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CTB names new lending manager

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Crotwell brings decades of industry experience to bank
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Community Trust Bank announced that Jim Crotwell has joined its team as middle market lending manager in Northeast Louisiana, responsible for managing and growing the middle market group.  Crotwell brings more than two decades of banking experience to Community Trust Bank.
A graduate of Northeast Louisiana University (ULM) with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, Crotwell has focused on serving businesses throughout his banking career, serving in both production and management roles.

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Cedar Creek outlasts Lions

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It had all the makings of a trap game.
Sixth-ranked Cedar Creek had just come off a big win over rival St. Frederick and must go on the road next week to face another rival, top-ranked Ouachita Christian.
Cedar Creek head coach Ben Haddox kept preaching to his players throughout the game to focus on the job at hand and his Cougars did just that with a strong second half performance on both sides of the ball.

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Bearcats lose 2-5A game to Rebels

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It’s bad enough to face West Monroe High with a fully healthy roster.
But with an injury-dented one?
You wouldn’t wish that on your most obnoxious neighbor.
On Friday night at L.J. “Hoss” Garrett Stadium, that was the situation confronting Ruston High in its I-20 and District 2-5A meeting with the Rebels.

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Tech softballers complete coaching staff

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Louisiana Tech University head coach Mark Montgomery completed his coaching staff, as the newly-named field boss has announced the hiring of Jeannie Douglas and John Garris.
Douglas comes to Ruston after spending the past three seasons as Montgomery’s assistant coach at the University of Northern Colorado, where she assisted with all facets of the program, including recruiting, administration, on-the-field coaching, fundraising and community service.

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Kittens drop 2-1A road test

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Grambling High goes to 1-2 league record

The Grambling High Kittens (2-5) suffered another upset on the road, as they traveled to Monroe and took on the St. Fredrick Warriors(4-4).
The Warriors defeated the Kittens 35-12 to put the Kittens 1-1 overall in their District 2-1A play.

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Tech, Seattle tie

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On a windy afternoon at the Lady Techster Soccer Complex, Louisiana Tech University and University of Seattle went the full 110 minutes in their first ever meeting to end in a scoreless tie on Friday.

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Area fishing hot spots abound

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Confession time. I’ve been remiss, gotten a little lazy really, in not spending more hands-on time on the north Louisiana waterways located in my area of coverage.
Oh, I’ll sneak out to a pond occasionally or maybe even work up a trip to Claiborne, Caney or D’Arbonne, but I haven’t given the outstanding fishing spots in the northern half of the state the hands-on test they deserve.

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