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February 17th, 2014

GSU takes audience to 18th century England

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This week, visitors to the Grambling State University Conrad Hutchinson Performing Arts Center will find themselves stepping into the past as the GSU theatre program presents “The Glass of Water” by Eugene Scribe.
The play is set to take the stage at 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for general admission. The box office is open from 1-5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, as well as 30 minutes before each showing.

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Gifts from the community overwhelming

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Today I am overwhelmed by the generosity of our friends and neighbors, as they reach out to demonstrate their support of DART and our work in a variety of ways.

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Pet of the Week

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Submitted photo- For nearly two years, Mandy has lived at the 4 Paws shelter and has never had a home of her own. She has a happy personality and plenty of energy. She is gold and white in color with plenty of pink kisses. Her adoption fee is $65. All 4 Paws dogs have had all their shots. Call 251-DOGS for more information. To see all the dogs, stop by the shelter at 290 Rodeo Road, just south of Tech Farm Road. The office is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday or by appointment.

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Tech hosts second annual VEX robotics competition

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Louisiana Tech University hosted 13 high school and middle school teams from across Louisiana and southern Arkansas for the second annual Louisiana Tech/Red Stick Robotics VEX competition on Feb. 1 in Tolliver Hall on the Louisiana Tech campus.
Each team was competing for a coveted spot in the Louisiana VEX Robotics State Competition to be held on Saturday in Lafayette, La.

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Diamond ’Dogs notch first win

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For the second time in three days, the Bulldogs needed 10 innings to get a result. Only this time, Louisiana Tech came out on the winning side with a walk-off 2-1 win over Southeastern Louisiana off a throwing error by the Lions in the third and final game of the series Sunday at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park.

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GSU teams on road tonight at Prairie View A&M

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Grambling State University’s basketball teams will be on the road tonight for a doubleheader at Priarie View A&M. The women’s game will start at 5:30 p.m. while men’s action will follow around 7:30 p.m. Denisha Chambers (with ball, above left) and the Lady Tigers stand at 8-15 overall and 5-7 in the Southwestern Athletic Conference while Terry Rose (above right with ball) and the Tigers stand at 2-19 overall and 1-11 in the SWAC.

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Lady Techsters softball falls 5-3 to IPFW

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Louisiana Tech’s pitching staff held Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne to only four hits and one earned run but two costly errors in the bottom of the third inning proved costly as the Lady Techsters fell 5-3 in the final game of the Texas Classic on Sunday.

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Celebrating President’s Day

Today we celebrate President’s Day with all the flair the holiday normally brings — car dealership sales, banks closing, students out of school, one more reason to eat something sweet — but most people have a hard time replying when asked the question, “What is President’s Day about?” Many high school students don’t have a clue and only know President’s Day gets them out of school. Which, would be a good enough reason for most teenagers to say President’s Day is “awesome.”

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Curling craze striking all over

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Maybe it’s because it seems so foreign to us here in Lincoln Parish.
Maybe because it’s reminds us in some ways of games we used to play as children.
At any rate, the curling craze is catching on across the country, and if you pay attention, you’ll notice from conversations going on in local restaurants and store aisles, Lincoln Parish is no different.

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February 15th

Ex-Tech great Mike Reed: A man’s man

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God, I give you fair warning.
When Mike Reed shows up at the pearly gates any day now, be prepared for the best handshake since John Wayne.
Reed, who passed away recently, didn’t just shake hands.
He would apply a vise-like grip that would leave the recipient heading to the medicine cabinet for the Bengay.
If there was an all-time list for best handshakes by former Louisiana Tech University football players, Mike would be a unanimous pick.
His reputation on the field matched that grip.

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