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January 16th, 2018

Louisiana Tech University’s College of Education wins hospitality award

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The Ruston Lincoln Parish Convention & Visitors Bureau recently announced the 2017 recipient of the Lincoln Parish Hospitality Award is the Louisiana Tech University College of Education.
The College of Education made noteworthy contributions to the tourism economy of Lincoln Parish in Spring 2017 by hosting the National Field Experience Conference and the Louisiana Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting.

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Tech’s Haskins earns spot in Rural Health Fellows program

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Louisiana Tech University associate professor and registered nurse Tara Haskins, one of only 17 professionals selected nationwide by the National Rural Health Association for its 2018 Rural Health Fellows program, grew up watching her grandmother serve as a nurse in the small family clinic that tried to meet the health needs of everyone in her home parish of Bienville.

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Last-second tip-in lifts G-Men to win

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GRAMBLING — Jason Perry-Murray tipped in a missed shot by Nigel Ribeiro with .03 of a second remaining as the Grambling State University men’s basketball team rallied in the final seconds to defeat Texas Southern, 79-78, in a Southwestern Athletic Conference game on Monday night at the Fredrick C. Hobdy Assembly Center.

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Two Tigers named All-Americans

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Grambling State University senior offensive lineman Trenton Scott and junior linebacker De’Arius Christmas were named on Monday to the SBN Black College All-American Team, announced by the Power News Radio Network. Scott (No. 5 above), an AFCA FCS Coaches’ All-American Second Team selection, an All-Southwestern Athletic Conference First-Team selection and a BOXTOROW All-American, finished with a 90-percent grade this season. He has 39 pancakes with 32 downs and didn’t allow a sack all season. In fact, Scott only allowed just three sacks over his collegiate career. Christmas (No.

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GSU women fall to Texas Southern

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GRAMBLING — Jazmin Boyd led three players into double figures with 13 points, but it wasn’t enough as the Grambling State University women’s basketball team dropped a 73-63 decision to Texas Southern in a Southwestern Athletic Conference game on Monday evening at the Fredrick C. Hobdy Assembly Center.
Texas Southern (8-8 overall, 3-2 in SWAC) took advantage of Grambling State’s (7-10, 4-2) 35.7 percent (5-of-14) shooting in the fourth quarter to take home the win.

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Tech sets pair of school records at Texas A&M Invitational

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Louisiana Tech Track and Field enjoyed a record-setting day on Friday afternoon inside the Gilliam Indoor Track facility as the Lady Techsters set a pair of school records at the Texas A&M Ted Nelson Invitational in College Station.
Louisiana Tech notched a total of 18 top five finishes combined on the day in field and running events, but two events on the women’s side highlighted the day for head coach Gary Stanley and company.

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Saints, Steelers staff to coach Pro Bowl teams

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ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — The coaching staffs of the Pittsburgh Steelers and New Orleans Saints have been selected to work the Pro Bowl on Jan. 28.
Mike Tomlin and his coaches, who lost Sunday to Jacksonville in the divisional round of the playoffs, will handle the AFC squad. Sean Payton and his coaches, who fell to Minnesota on Sunday, will guide the NFC.

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NBA investigating Rockets-Clipper incident

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The NBA is planning to speak with players from both the Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Clippers to determine the specifics of late-game and postgame events involving the teams.
NBA spokesman Tim Frank said this morning that the league would look into the matter. Tempers boiled over Monday night late in the Clippers’ 113-102 victory, to the point where several security guards were needed outside the Houston locker room postgame.

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Saints’ season still outstanding

Yes it was painful for Louisiana football fans. Shocking. Breathtaking. Heartbreaking.
But remember it was only a game.
A big part of the Who Dat Nation resides in the piney hills of Lincoln Parish, and we all stunned Sunday night as we watched the New Orleans suffer a shattering last-second loss to the Minnesota Vikings in NFL divisional playoff action.
But you can’t win them all, and that shouldn’t take away from the fact that the Saints turned in a remarkable and unexpectedly strong season, with a spectacular rookie class playing a big role in the team’s success.

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All the answers about lawn burweed or sticker weed

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Every summer I receive more phone calls about lawn burweed or sticker weed than any other lawn problem that we have. During the summer is when the stickers show up. The stickers are the seeds that the plant produces to get next year’s crop in the ground and ready to come up. The biggest problem with controlling lawn burweed is that once we notice the stickers it is really too late to do anything about them. The plant has matured and is at the end of its life cycle so it’s about to die anyway. The stickers will stay around for a bit even on the dead plant.

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