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RHS ‘Holiday Classic’ tips off

“It’s good to get the win, and now we have our tournament starting up and the competition there will be good,” Bush said. “We want the fans to come out and enjoy a great tournament over the next several days. There should be a lot of good games.”
The Ruston High/Community Trust Bank “Holiday Classic” begins today and continues through Saturday, with games split between Ruston High’s main gymnasium and that of Ruston Junior High’s.

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Tech athletics plan is encouraging

Change comes with a price, however. The university’s athletics budget must be boosted by at least 50 percent, in Reneau’s eyes, to have the required impact — bringing it to a cool $16.5 million.
Increasing fundraising projects, upgrading facilities and adding support and coaching staff are key moves in this plan, and must all be addressed for that success.
The additions of Derek Dooley and Kerry Rupp play right into those plans.

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Wasteful creature lurks

He probably didn’t think that last one. I did, however, in my scramble to try to rationalize the massive electricity and water fine. I went around my house like a little Napoleon, holding even my cats responsible for this disaster during a rampant fit of E.B.D.S. (Electric Bill Disbelief Syndrome).
My whopper of a bill has gotten me in total hyper-conservation mode. As well it should, right? I’ve taken to unplugging everything in my house when I’m not using it, as I’ve read that 75 percent of a TV’s power usage, for example, comes when it’s not on.

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Creek in giving spirit

“The National Honor Soceity tries to emphasize service,” Marilyn Hyams, NHS adviser, said. “We did this last year. They enjoyed it, so we decided to do it again this year.”
Hyams said NHS members volunteered to be on the committee to work on the Angel Tree project, which was divided into seven teams, with 14 Cedar Creek students, including five NHS members, on each.
Claire Tilmont, 12th-grade NHS member and team captain, said each team received a list of gifts. Her job was to go around to different homerooms to inform other students about the drive and also pass out angels.

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