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Bulldogs still on mission in WAC

“For a team which was picked to finish seventh in the conference race, lost a professional player (Paul Millsap) and three seniors and which had a tough early non-conference schedule, it’s really amazing what they’ve done and what they could still be able to achieve,” Richard said. “To be able to finish in the top half (of the WAC standings) would be a tremendous accomplishment for this team.”
There’s still that chance and Tech has tonight’s game and then two more to pull off a feat which many deemed near impossible in Y.A.M. (Year After Millsap).

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Area service work rocks

In seeking business support and individual sponsors to pledge money, the students might not collect the high monetary amounts accumulated by some other local fund-raisers, but they will make a significant difference in the lives of a few children.
Children undergoing bone transplants who use Tricia’s Playroom, established by Tony and Gina Clark of Ruston in memory of their daughter who died from bone marrow cancer, must have all new toys because of their lowered immune systems.

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Pain catches up with fame

Was it Anna’s barely memorable acting roles, her modeling contract with Guess Jeans or her presumably gold-digging marital choice that qualified her to dominate so much of the news? With an explosion of attention given to this 39-year-old woman whose cause of death has not yet been determined, it can only be presumed that some people are fascinated by the life she lived and the drama that engulfed her.

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Ruston High students rock

“The playroom is for children who are undergoing bone marrow transplants,” said Ruston High School teacher April Winstead, who is overseeing the Rockathon. “All of their toys must be new and sterilized. Because of their lowered immune systems, they cannot come into contact with the outside community.”
The idea of the Rockathon emerged in Winstead’s honors biology classes, when Winstead decided the students needed to participate in some type of service project.

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