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June 22nd, 2013

Can managing money be too much of a good thing?

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Often investors find that a significant portion of their assets may have accumulated in one particular stock. Perhaps you have a long career working for the same company, or you may have acquired stock through inheritance. If this is the case, it is easy to reach the point where this single holding is sizable enough that you may want to evaluate your situation and consider a range of strategies around the stock.

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Ribbon cutting held for Beyond Nice

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Ribbon-cutting ceremonies were held June 13 for Beyond Nice, located at 1102 S. Vienna St. The event was sponsored by the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce.

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Already, grid publications on newsstands

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Any year now, I’m waiting for preseason football magazines to start reaching newsstands in February.
Quit laughing.
As it is now, they’re being run off of the presses with spring workouts barely having finished.
No joke, the other day I was perusing the sports publications’ area at Books-a-Million and I counted four different preseason football magazines.

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‘Burk’ in Showcase event

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For the second straight summer, a Ruston High School baseball star will be showcased in a high-profile national event.
In 2012, it was current New York Mets’ professional Ivan Wilson, Jr.
This year, it’s David Michael Burkhalter.

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IVAN WILSON, JR. PRO DEBUT PHOTO GALLERY

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Torbush on board at ETS

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JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. — East Tennessee State has taken its biggest step yet in restarting a football program shut down a decade ago, hiring Carl Torbush as the Buccaneers’ new coach.
“The rebirth, the new era is here,” Torbush said Friday when introduced at a news conference. “It’s time to start.”

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RPAR SUMMER SOFTBALL PHOTO GALLERY

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Mawae: From average to great career

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The seeds of self-confidence Kevin Mawae says he needed to become one of the top NFL centers of modern times were planted by Kenny Ferro.
Ferro, a 65-year-old New Orleans native who now is a special education teacher in Kilgore, Texas, coached for more than 30 years in high schools in Louisiana and Texas and at the college level at Nicholls State, LSU and Tulane. He was Mawae’s offensive line coach in his first two years at LSU.

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Jockey legend Ardoin had success close to home

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Ronald Ardoin is the seventh thoroughbred jockey to be honored with induction into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame. His path, however, is different than the other modern-era jockeys who have reached the pinnacle in their home state.
While Eddie Delahoussaye had his biggest successes in California, Mark Guidry in Illinois and Craig Perret and Randy Romero in Kentucky and beyond, Ardoin kept his tack either within his home state or just a short drive away.
“I don’t think there’s another rider from Louisiana who’s won as many races in the state as I have,” Ardoin said.

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School’s ‘in’ with bass fishing

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Although the sun had not yet appeared over the horizon, the air was already warm and sticky, typical of the onset of another hot July day in Louisiana. This would have been a good day to work on articles in my air conditioned office but fishing guide and friend Eddie Halbrook’s call the night before had a sense of urgency about it.
“I don’t care what you have planned for tomorrow,” Halbrook said, “put it off. The bass are schooling on Grand Bayou and you need to come with me.”

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