Adam Van (12) and the Cedar Creek Cougars will be in action on Friday as they head to Delhi to play a District 2-1A game against the Bears. Also in action in their second-to-last games of the regular season will be the Ruston Bearcats, who head to Monroe to take on Wossman and the Grambling Lab Kittens, who have a 7 p.m. home contest against Arcadia.
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The Grambling State University Theatre Department will host a production of “How I Learned to Drive” beginning Tuesday.
The play will be performed at 7 p.m. Tuesday through Friday in the Floyd L. Sandle Theatre.
Admission for the event is $5 for adults and $3 for students.
Director Mary Fran Crook said the decision to do this production came from the story itself.
“As a multiple award-winning show, not the least of which was the 1998 Pulitzer Prize for drama, the play provides a fantastic opportunity for our students to work on a challenging, wonderfully written show,” she said.
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GRAMBLING — Grambling State University held a press conference Monday morning to announce their first Beacon Award honorees.
The honorees will be recognized at the Port City Gala to be held at 7 p.m. Sept. 2 at the Shreveport Convention Center. The Beacon Award will be presented to individuals and organizations that are committed to good character and upholding high ethical standards. In addition to being dedicated to philanthropy and humanitarianism, the honoree has excelled by making uniquely substantial contributions to society and/or Grambling State University in their nominated category.
Energy was abounding on Saturday morning as children took the field for the NFL Punt, Pass and Kick Competition.
Approximately 30 children gathered in the field in front of Ruston High School to show off their basic football skills at the Ruston Parks and Recreation event. Ashlynn Shell, RPAR recreation supervisor, said this turnout was much larger than previous years.