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March 25th, 2014

Eva Jean Cunningham

Eva Jean Cunningham, 87, of Houston, passed away on Thursday March 20th, 2014 at Bayou Manor Nursing Center. Eva Jean was born May 28, 1926, in Celina, TX to Lee Van and Jessie Pearl (Garrison) Cunningham.

Visitation will be on Monday evening Mar. 24, 2014 from 6-8 at the Slay Memorial Funeral Center in Pilot Point. Funeral services will be on Tuesday Mar. 25, 2014 at 10 AM at the First United Methodist Church in Pilot Point with the Dr. Jim Porter officiating. Burial will follow at Pilot Point Community Cemetery where four generations of her family are buried.

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March 24th

Running to help children

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Associate Professor Dave Anderson (left) and Assistant Professor Drew McKevitt of Louisiana Tech University’s history department were two of more than 300 runners who participated in the Kappa Delta Sorority’s annual Shamrock Run on Saturday. The event, which included a 5k run and a 1 mile fun run/walk, benefits the Louisiana Methodist Children’s Home and the organization Prevent Child Abuse America.

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Honoring business

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Louisiana Tech University’s College of Business is proud to announce the induction of James E. Davison and Glen F. Post into its college’s Hall of Fame during the first ever Hall of Fame and Faculty Awards Banquet, presented by Squire Creek Country Club, at 6 p.m. May 8 at Squire Creek.

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Horse season trots into Lincoln

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Judge Eddie White (left) looks on as Molly Trull, of Dubach, shows off her horse Flynn’s Little Butter during the first Cotton Country Open Horse Show of the season held Saturday at the Northeast Louisiana Exhibition Center. Categories included Open, Youth, Amateur and Limited (walk/trot) Divisions. For more information about upcoming shows, visit www.cottoncountryopenhorseassociation.com.

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Man charged with battering ex’s boyfriend

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A Grambling man remains in the Lincoln Parish Detention Center today charged with five offenses stemming from a fight with his ex-girlfriend’s boyfriend.
Henrie D. White, 24, was arrested Friday by parish sheriff’s deputies after he allegedly entered his former girlfriend’s residence on Heard Road and assaulted the woman’s companion.
“He made his way in and the fight ensued,” Maj. Chad Alexander, Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Department public information officer, said.

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Women's History Month: Judy Copeland

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Name: Judy Copeland
Number of years lived in Lincoln Parish: 14 years
Profession: Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce President
Clubs/organizations/professional affiliations: I am a member of the Louisiana Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives and I sit on the board for The Health Hut and am on the advisory panel for New Tech @ Ruston
Schools attended and degrees earned: University of New Orleans, Louisiana Tech University where I received a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Entrepreneurship

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Batters up for RPAR’s softball season

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Spring is here and that means more people will be outside enjoying themselves throughout the community.
The deadline to sign up for spring softball league, sponsored by Ruston Parks and Recreation is coming up soon. Three divisions will be offered this year during the season consisting of a Men’s E class, Coed and Men’s church divisions.

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Simsboro dominates All 2-B teams

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Simsboro High School dominated much of the action played on basketball courts this season.
And fittingly, the school also dominated the All District 2-B basketball teams.
For the Lady Tigers, Brandy Tyler was named girls’ Coach of the Year while Antoinette Harris was named the district MVP while for the boys, Lance Waldron was named Coach of the Year while Ron Abney earned MVP accolades.
On the girls’ side, Jesse Anderson and Jade Anderson also earned first-team honors along with Katherine Upshaw of Choudrant and Joanna Peterson of Quitman.

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Tech softball falls at MTSU

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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Middle Tennessee scored five runs in the first two innings en route to a 5-3 win over Louisiana Tech as the Blue Raiders salvaged the third and final game of the three-game Conference USA series.
Tech (11-20, 2-7 C-USA) swept Saturday’s doubleheader but came up short in its bid to sweep the league series on the road.
Middle Tennessee plated three runs in the first and two in the second and then held off a couple of Lady Techster scoring threats over the final five innings of action.

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Tigers sweep past Jaguars

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Jonathan Tineo (4) and the Grambling State Tigers completed their first Southwestern Athletic Conference sweep of the season Sunday with a 9-1 win over Southern at Wilbert Ellis Field. Kris Minter and Korey Hall each had three hits for GSU, which now stands at 6-17 overall and 3-7 in the SWAC. Grambling will next play host to Louisiana Tech at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

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