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March 15th, 2017

LA Tech batters Grambling, 15-1

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It was another offensive clinic for Louisiana Tech on Tuesday night as the Diamond ‘Dogs pushed across 15 runs in a 15-1 victory over Grambling State (7-10) at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park.
“Offensively, we had a great night,” said Tech coach Lane Burroughs. “There were quality at-bats all over the place. We only had three punchouts and nine walks and any time you do that, you are going to have a chance to win the ball game. I thought we ran the bases tonight better than we have all year. We knew where their outfielders were and were able to take extra bases.”

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March 14th

Renowned pianist returns to LPL

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He has performed at the Lincoln Parish Library as a soloist several times with a wide variety of classical literature.
Now, Richard Dowling returns to share his passion for the music of Scott Joplin.
“You won’t want to miss Richard Dowling when he performs at 6 p.m. Wednesday, in the Library Events Center,” Sarah Creekmore, administrative assistant for the library, said.
“This library-sponsored event is free and open to the public, so bring anyone who enjoys the passion, humor and sheer fun of this purely American style of piano pizzazz.”

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Arrests net heroin

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A Grambling man faces possession of heroin charges after a traffic stop for a signal violation turned up drugs in his vehicle.
Herman Bernard Jackson, 30, of 590 Mt. Olive Road in Grambling, was arrested shortly after midnight Monday when parish sheriff’s deputies initially noticed Jackson failed to signal properly at an intersection.
When deputies stopped Jackson’s white sedan, they saw a green suspected marijuana bud in the door handle on the passenger side, the arrest report states.

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Tech to host small business, research funding workshop

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Louisiana Tech University will assist small businesses throughout the region in learning more about how federal agencies award funding for research at the 2017 Regional R&D Workshop, March 22 at the Louisiana Tech Shreveport Center.
The workshop, offered by Tech and the Technology Transfer Office, will take place from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Louisiana Tech Shreveport Center at 8028 Shreve Park Drive in Shreveport, and will focus on training attendees to take advantage of the Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer programs.

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Citizen’s Academy to host mock trial

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This month, the Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office and the Lincoln Parish District Attorney’s Office will begin the Citizen’s Academy, a free program offered to any citizen interested in a behind-the-scenes look at the criminal justice system.
Over the course of four weeks, citizens will meet twice a week to discuss issues such as narcotic investigations, juvenile crimes and programs, economic crimes and more.

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A week to remember for Tech, GSU athletics

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Had it been scripted by a Hollywood agent, last week couldn’t have gone much better for Lincoln Parish college athletics.
It was arguably one of the most honored packed seven-day stretches ever for Louisiana Tech University and Grambling State University.
The Bulldogs, Lady Techsters, Tigers and Lady Tigers basketball teams combined for accolades both within their conference and nation.
Ten different players and a head coach were recognized for their achievements.

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Diamond ’Dogs to host Grambling tonight

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After a three-game road swing which saw the Diamond ‘Dogs go 2-1, Louisiana Tech returns home for a pair of midweek games at 6 p.m. tonight against Grambling State and 6 p.m. Wednesday night against No. 9 Louisiana-Lafayette.
The Bulldogs split a pair of games against Arkansas State in Jonesboro over the weekend, as heavy snow wiped out the series finale that was originally scheduled for Sunday. Louisiana Tech will look to continue their winning ways at the Love Shack where the Bulldogs have won 18 of their last 19 games played.

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Tech, GSU teams WNIT bound

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Lincoln Parish will be well represented in the Women’s National Invitational Tournament later this week after it was announced late Monday night that both have received tourney invitations.
Louisiana Tech will open up play in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament Friday when the Lady Techsters travel to play at Southern Methodist.
Game times will be released today. The Tech-SMU contest will be a match-up of former Western Athletic Conference foes at Moody Coliseum in Dallas.

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The world needs more volunteers

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The Merriam Webster dictionary defines volunteer, a person who voluntarily undertakes or expresses a willingness to undertake a service. The LSU AgCenter Area Nutrition agent, Master Gardeners, and Louisiana Tech University students have been part of assisting with three Lincoln Parish school gardens. This learning experience would not be possible without the commitment of these volunteers.
Rozetta Smith, Mark and Hong Cross, all Master Gardeners, are volunteers who meet at the Lincoln Preparatory school twice a month teaching gardening skills and nutrition lessons.

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Womens hoops at center stage

Years ago women’s college basketball was a big thing on the Lincoln Parish athletics sports scene.
Today, it’s “back to the future” for Louisiana Tech’s and Grambling State’s women’s hoops programs.
While neither team earned NCAA Women’s Tournament berths, both still are putting on their dancing shoes after being selected to play in the Women’s National Invitational Tournament as announced late Monday night.
Louisiana Tech will open up play in the Women’s National Invitation Tournament Friday when the Lady Techsters travel to play at SMU.
Game times will be released today.

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