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August 10th, 2013

GSU sluggish in initial scrimmage

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If you were keeping score, Saturday’s first scrimmage of the Grambling State football preseason probably wasn’t pretty.
But that doesn’t mean GSU head coach Doug Williams couldn’t find some positives from a scrimmage in which freshman kicker Jonathan Wallace’s 19-yard field goal provided the only points scored on the day.

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Bearcat Madness set for 10 a.m. Saturday start

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Things will get a little crazy for the Ruston High School football team on Saturday as the annual Bearcat Madness event will be held from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Hoss Garrett Stadium.
Highlights will include introductions of football team members and staff, spirit groups and the band. Food, ice cream, snow cones and popcorn will be available as well as new Bearcat gear for sale and a dunking booth and face painting.

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Tech announces broadcast team

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LA Tech Sports Properties General Manager Mason Ellenberger announced that KXKZ 107.5 FM will serve as the flagship station for the LA Tech Sports Network for the 15th straight year as the 100,000 watt station will carry all of the Bulldog football games in 2013.

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Dribbling with the Diffeys

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Ruston’s Amy Diffey coached two youth basketball teams for the Ruston Parks and Recreation Department this summer. Her niece Brooklin was a member of her 7-9 year old Philadelphia 76ers squad while niece Brylea played on her 5-6 year old Charlotte Bobcats team.
Following is a question and answer session posed to the Diffey family:

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CEDAR CREEK HAWG WILD FOOTBALL CAMP GALLERY

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Colors of the season: A tale of two tails

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Have you ever seen a pure albino animal or bird? I did once. Several years ago during winter, I looked out across the back yard at a flock of juncos (that’s the little black and white birds we have here in winter I grew up calling “snow birds”) and one of them was snow white.
That was before I owned a decent camera and my attempt at a photo revealed little more than a white speck among the black and white birds.

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Light changes enhance reading ability

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I’ve got it made, folks. It’s like having two homes about 20 minutes apart. In fact, I’ve made a decision. Life is too busy — I gotta calm it down a bit. Had lunch with friends, went home, wrote a lesson assignment for scribblers, washed clothes and realized it was early evening. I barely had time to get ready to be picked up for the weekly Circle of Friends group meeting at Dicky’s Barbecue.

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Doggie fashion show held at Schermann’s

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On Aug. 3, Schermann’s Pet Grooming in Ruston sponsored a Doggie Fashion Show to benefit Waggin’ Tails Ranch, a nonprofit animal shelter for disabled animals. Waggin’ Tails had a few dogs on hand available for adoption that found new owners.

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Cheerleaders attend camp

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Cedar Creek’s Middle School cheerleaders attended cheer camp at the University of Louisiana at Monroe this summer and brought back blue ribbons in Cheer Evaluation, Xtreme Routine Evaluation, Home Pom Routine Evaluation and Fight Song Routine Evaluation.

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Tech grads featured in photography exhibit at Crescent City Coffee

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A graduates Jessica Bryan and Rhyan Emery Taylor will soon have a collection of their photography focusing on childhood imagery on display at Crescent City Coffee. The Opening Reception will be from 2-4 p.m. on Sept. 8 and the work will remain on display until Dec. 2.
Jessica Bryan’s work is a visual record of her adventures in mentoring and helping to care for her young nephew over the past few years.

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