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Connection spotted, watched

“‘Tom’ told me that his cat had baby kittens and that he buried them with their heads above the ground and ran over them with a lawn mower,” I said, tears in my eyes as I held my puppy, Che-che, in my arms.
My mom, knowing I needed to be reassured with the goodness in the world, said that “Tom” was probably just trying to brag about what a man he was and probably did not perform the cruel act.
Then my mom added that many animal abusers turn out to be serial killers and to stay away from “Tom.”

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Millsap’s name now exonerated

Ruston city prosecutor Alana Belton has announced that Millsap’s charges will be dropped at his next court hearing, which is scheduled for next month.
Millsap was arrested in October and charged with aggravated assault after allegedly pointing a gun at the mother of his child.
Latoria Scott reported to the Ruston Police Department that she passed Millsap on West Alabama Avenue, and then he pulled up beside her and pointed a gun at her.
Belton said since then Millsap has enrolled in anger management courses, while Scott requested the charges be dropped.

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Millsap ‘playing like a pro’ for Tech

Until then, fans of Louisiana Tech University’s basketball program can enjoy him as one of the nation’s best collegiate players.
Nearly 21 points per game, the No. 2 ranked board grabber in the land at 12.5 and a blocked shots’ technician who looms as a nightmare for any player foolish enough to get in his way.
For the two times that the ‘Dogs played at the Thomas Assembly Center last week, Peerless Paul could have charged admission for the clinic he put on in Western Athletic Conference wins against Hawaii (65-62) and Fresno State (73-54)

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Deadline for Chamber awards nears

So far, about a dozen nominees have been turned in.
“I do expect several more to come in before the deadline (4 p.m. Friday),” Chamber Programs-Communications Manager Nancy Bergeron said. “No matter how many (nominees) there are, it’s always a tough decision for the committee because every person nominated has contributed to the community.”
Lincoln Parish residents have been garnering the Robert E. Russ Award, named for Ruston’s founder, since 1984.

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’Dogs start baseball practice Tuesday

He compiled a 22-game hitting streak, led the team in three major offensive categories (.339 average, 8 home runs, 37 runs batted in) and was named to the All-Western Athletic Conference squad.
All achievements that look nice on the resume, but the senior infielder is concerned with much loftier objectives.
“The main thing is that it’s a team game and the mere fact that one gains individual honors doesn’t always mean there’s a win,” Hamilton said. “I could care less about statistics. If what I might do personally can help us win, then that’s fine. But it’s all about team and winning.”

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