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May 29th, 2014

GSU trio ready for meet

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It’s been another banner year for the Grambling State University Men’s Track and Field program.
The Tigers have won two conference championships this year and now they are hoping to build on that as they compete in the NCAA Regional meet in Jacksonville, Florida, beginning today.
“We feel that we are ready,” said Head Coach Bertram Lovell.

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Trinity preschoolers are ‘singin’ in the rain’

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For an end-of-the-year celebration the students of Trinity Preschool were dressed for rainy weather, but there was not a cloud around during the performance of “Singing in the Rain.” It was the annual celebration of the culmination of a wonderful year of preschool. The children sang classic songs about rainy weather before concluding with singing “You Are My Sunshine” for their families, friends and staff of Trinity Preschool and Trinity United Methodist Church.

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Glen View Elementary school Honor Roll

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Principal’s List
First grade:

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Cypress Springs Elementary school Honor Roll

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Principal’s List

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National Teacher Quality Council endorses DOE

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NTQC president Kate Walsh said on April 28, the Department of Education took a bold step in ensuring every future teacher graduates classroom-ready.

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LSMSA Banquet recognizes FSP members

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Natchitoches — Members of the Future Scientist Program at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts were recognized during the eighth annual banquet held Saturday, April 12, at the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training.
Seventeen seniors completed FSP and will receive an Excellence in Science award at the senior recognition ceremony. This is the highest honor the faculty of the Department of Science can bestow on an LSMSA student. Students wilfl receive a medal to wear at graduation.

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LSMSA to host program for young entrepreneurs

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Natchitoches — Do you have a great idea? Are you willing to think creatively, work smart, fail and learn, take risks and reap rewards? Do you want to start your own business? If so, then you should be among the 14 young entrepreneurs from around the state to take part in a week of guided inspiration, practical information and fun.

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LSMSA students earn awards in foreign language events

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Natchitoches — Faculty members of the Department of Foreign Languages at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts recognized students who placed in various foreign language events held throughout the spring semester.
David Wood, principal lecturer of French, recognized students who participated in the National French Contest, district literary rally and the Foreign Language Festival.

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May 28th

Guilty verdict

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Man convicted of indecency

A Claiborne Parish man is awaiting sentencing after a 3rd Judicial District Court jury found him guilty of 10 counts of indecent behavior with a juvenile.
James Anthony Bell, 50, was convicted of abusing two Ruston girls, both of whom were juveniles at the time of Bell’s arrest in April 2012, Assistant District Attorney Cary Brown said Tuesday.
Bell is being held in the Lincoln Parish Detention Center without bond pending his sentencing on July 22. He faces up to 70 years at hard labor. The jury took just more than 30 minutes to reach its May 21 verdict.

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Teen Challenge sponsors walk

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More than 100 area residents participated in Saturday’s local segment of the Louisiana Teen Challenge Walk to raise awareness for the program and funds for an addition to the Ruston induction center. Teen Challenge is a faith-based organization that helps rehabilitate men, women and families from addictions. Following the walk, participants enjoyed crawfish, corn and potatoes. Vincent Smith (foreground) scoops crawfish while Myles V. Seymour hands a plate to a customer.

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