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April 25th, 2017

RHS students recognized in science contest

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Several Ruston High School students were recognized as honorable mentions in an international science competition.
Sophomores Tyerell Owens, Sequoyia Graham and Catravion Wright and sophmores AunDrá Lacy, Clayton Nolan and Tyler Mansfield were recognized for their projects in the Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision contest. The Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision contests challenges kindergarten through 12th grade students from across the world to come up with an idea for a technology not possible today, but might be possible in 20 years, according to the contest’s website.

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Walk-A-Mile in their shoes event hosted by Alpha Chi Omega

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Residents from around Lincoln Parish came out to support the Domestic Abuse Resistance Team and Alpha Chi Omega as they raised money to support DART duirng the Walk-A-Mile in Their Shoes event held Saturday at Trinity Methodist Church. A group of walkers wave at the camera as they make their way down the street for the event.

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Radiothon goal set at $55,000

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Members are working hard to meet our 2017 Radiothon goal of $55,000. Pictured from left are Chairperson Pam Dance, DART Advocate Sarah McConnell, KRLQ employee Jhola McGee, Kappa Sigma Philanthropy Chair Matt Hendry, Volunteer Carol Strider, DART Community Advocate Terrie Queen Autrey, and DART Executive Director Cathy Ayo. DART’s Radiothon is set for May 4 at Super 1 Foods, broadcast live on the Q 94.1 FM.

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Bible Study Fellowship plans to explore book of Romans

The interdenominational women’s Bible Study Fellowship class that has its base in Monroe is planning for next year’s study of Romans and is also offering satellite groups that meet in West Monroe, Ruston and Alexandria/Pineville.
The 2017-2018 study of the book of Romans will follow this year’s examination of the gospel of John.
BSF is an in-depth study that has a four-pronged approach: personal study, small-group discussions, lectures and printed lesson notes.

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G-Men to host Texas College

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Johan Mojica (above) and the Grambling State Tigers will play host to Texas College in a doubleheader set for a 1 p.m. start today at Wilbert Ellis Field.

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Tech track and field strong at LSU

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Louisiana Tech Track and Field recorded a number of top 10 marks this weekend as the Bulldogs and Lady Techsters traveled to the southern half of the state to compete in the LSU Alumni Gold Invitational on Saturday.
On the women’s side, Ona Giles finished seventh in the women’s 200-meter dash finals with a time of 24.59, while Elia Nero placed eighth in the women’s 800-meter run with a time of 2:10.61.
Tech’s women also finishing in eighth place in the 4x100-meter relay with a time of 46.61 (Brandi Dobbin, Janiel McDonald, Ona Giles, Morgan White).

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Bearcats begin Class 5A playoffs today

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Jonatvious Gray (above) and the Ruston Bearcats will play host to St. Amant at 5 p.m. today in first-round action of the Class 5A baseball playoffs.

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Techsters add CC sharpshooter

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Taylor Stahly led Hutchinson to 60-6 record over past 2 seasons
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Louisiana Tech coach Brooke Stoehr announced Monday that Hutchinson Community College guard Taylor Stahly has signed a national letter of intent to play for the Lady Techsters the next two years.
Stahly, who prepped at Newton High School in Kansas, lettered the past two years for coach John Ontjes at Hutchinson Community College, where she led the program to a 60-6 record and back-to-back Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference titles.

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Tech golfers finish 11th at C-USA meet

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TEXARKANA, Ark. — Louisiana Tech Golf struggled early on Monday and never quite recovered as a team as the Bulldogs ended the 2017 season in 11th place at the Conference USA Men’s Golf Championship at Texarkana Country Club.
Middle Tennessee and Southern Miss were slated to play a one-hole playoff tat 7:30 a.m. today to determine the final match play spot. The winner will face UTEP while Charlotte and North Texas will in the other semifinals match play, with the winners battling for the C-USA team championship.

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Teen entrepreneurs on the farm

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As summer approaches many teens begin applying for summer jobs to earn extra income. For those teens lucky enough to live on a working farm, they may not have to complete a job application. Instead, they will need to develop a business plan to present to their parents.
Helping parents with diversification on the family farm could win a summer job where you set your own hours and determine your own profits. Depending on the assets of the farm, some of the ideas listed below may be more practical than others because of the type of farm or location of the farm.

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