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May 5th, 2014

Walk held to stamp out suicide

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Some 200 supporters came out for the second annual “Out of the Darkness” suicide prevention walk. Pictured here, Zeta Chi fraternity member James Roberts registers for the walk with volunteer Amy Parnell.
The Zeta Chi Fraternity showed up early to help set up for the event, which was started by Louisiana Tech University Associate Registrar Josh Chovanec.
“I’ve had suicide affect me personally and me and a group of friends decided to start something to raise awareness,” Chovanec said.

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Partnerships in a small town

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Don’t you love living in a small town? As a military kid, I moved more than 15 times and attended 11 schools before I graduated from high school. When I moved to Ruston in 1983, I was taken aback when people knowingly gazed at me as they asked, “You’re not from here, are you honey?” At that time, I found it disconcerting. Now I find it comforting. Now I savor the fruit of life in a small town, where people know one another and often one another’s parents; where they look out for one another’s children; and where they pitch in to support one another’s projects, ministries, and events.

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Pet of the week

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This is Lucy, she has been at the shelter about a year. She is around 2 years old and a very affectionate dog to people. She loves everyone and likes to sneak kisses. Not knowing Lucy’s background, 4 Paws doesn’t know why, but she doesn’t like other dogs and other dogs do not like her. She would need to be in a home where she was the only pet. Lucy is a Lab mix, golden in color. Adoption fees are $65. Call 251-DOGS today for more information. Go see all the dogs at the shelter at 290 Rodeo Road. The office is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday or by appointment.

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LPL offers look into the CIA

Former Assistant Deputy of National Intelligence, professor and author Richard Immerman will discuss his latest book, “The Hidden Hand: A Brief History of the CIA” at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Library Events Center.

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Aiming for funds for CFVD

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Pictured is Choudrant Fire Department gun raffle winner for Week 25, Thomas Patton, with his new Savage Hunter Trophy.

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Lady Cougars celebrate state softball title

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The Cedar Creek Lady Cougars took time Saturday to pose with their championship trophy after winning the Louisiana High School Athletic Association Class 1A softball title. It was Cedar Creek’s first state softball championship since 1994.

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Cedar Creek girls win district meet

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Cougars teams now turn attention toward state

The Cedar Creek Lady Cougars won the Region 1 1A track and field title last week while the Cougars boys team finished third overall.
Cedar Creek advanced 17 athletes to state and will participate in 10 events on the girls side and five events on the boys side.
Regional Girls
Team Standings
1. Cedar Creek
2. OCS
Regional Boys
Team Standings
1. Haynesville
2. OCS
3. Cedar Creek
Notable Performances — Bold means qualified to state
Girls
1,600m Run — Mattie Lou Stinson (first) and Katelyn Moore (third)
100m Hurdles — Ann-Marie Kimble (second)

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Tech strong in hurdles

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Louisiana Tech swept the podium awards in the women’s 100m hurdles this weekend at the Arkansas Twilight as the Lady Techsters finished 1-2-3 in Fayetteville.
Kim Francis led the charge with a winning time of 13.49 after posting the top prelims time of 13.51. Bianca Jackson finished second in the hurdles finals race with a time of 13.85 while Marlesia Carey finished third, running 13.96.
Taneka Henderson also competed in the meet, finishing fourth in the 400m hurdles with a time of 1:03.76.

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Diamond ’Dogs win series finale

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — In a game that almost reached its three and a half hour time limit, Louisiana Tech fought off a ninth-inning rally by Marshall to defeat the Thundering Herd, 8-7, Sunday afternoon in a lengthy series finale.
With a 1:30 p.m. curfew set due to the Bulldogs’ travel schedule, Sunday’s game lasted three hours and 20 minutes before Tech (15-29, 5-19 C-USA) came away with its first victory of the weekend over Marshall (20-25, 10-13 C-USA).

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Inside Tech Baseball airs tonight

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Louisiana Tech head coach Wade Simoneaux will join Bulldog broadcaster Dave Nitz in the studio for his weekly one-hour edition of Inside Bulldog Baseball, which airs at 6 p.m. today on KNBB 97.7 FM.
Nitz and Simoneaux will sit down at the local ESPN studios to recap Louisiana Tech’s three-game Conference USA road series at Marshall. The two will take a look back at last week’s midweek win over Northwestern State, while also previewing the Bulldogs’ final home series of the year against Charlotte.

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