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May 13th, 2013

Patton is all about competing

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Dykes can relate with 49ers learning about Quinton
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For any tips on how to deal with Quinton Patton, Head Coach Jim Harbaugh of the San Francisco 49ers may want to file away Sonny Dykes’ smartphone number.
In fact, there’s a good chance a connection has already been made, given that Harbaugh has all but had to “run off” his ever-energetic fourth-round draft choice from Louisiana Tech University.
But that’s in a good way, for sure, because Patton is the type of incoming rookie that an NFL staff would gladly deal with during the maturation period.

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Hadnot earns WAC award

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Ex-RHS star named as top track athlete
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ARLINGTON, Texas — Louisiana Tech University claimed eight gold medals, including two dramatic 1,600-meter relay finishes, as both the men’s and women’s teams finished fifth at the 2013 Western Athletic Conference outdoor track and field championships Saturday at Maverick Stadium in Arlington.
Trey Hadnot was named the WAC Male Track Athlete of the Year after winning four gold medals, including anchoring the 1,600-m relay and racing back from a 50-m deficit to claim the lead and the win in 3:10.64.

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White, Allen sign as free agents

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White, Allen sign as free agents
Two National Football League franchises have announced the signing of two former Louisiana Tech University stars.
Announced last weekend as one of nine free agent signees by the Green Bay Packers is wide receiver Myles White, who was the Bulldogs’ No. 2 receiver in 2012 with 56 caches for 718 yards and six touchdowns.
Signing earlier as a free agent with the New England Patriots was punter Ryan Allen, who averaged 45.0 yards per attempt and had a long punt of 85 yards in 2012 when he was named as the Ray Guy Award winner for the second straight year.

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’Dogs lose final game, but take WAC series

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DALLAS, Texas — Dallas Baptist rallied in the final game of the conference set to defeat Louisiana Tech, 5-0, after losing the first two games of the weekend Sunday at Horner Ballpark in Dallas.
With the loss Sunday, Louisiana Tech (18-34, 6-18 WAC) has now been officially eliminated from the 2013 Western Athletic Conference tournament despite winning its first series of the season over the Dallas Baptist Patriots (26-26, 12-12 WAC). The Bulldogs won a doubleheader, 4-1 and 5-2, on Saturday.

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LEGAL PUBLICATION In accordance with Louisiana Civil Code Article 446,

LEGAL PUBLICATION

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May 12th

I,LINDA COOK, Clerk of Court

I,LINDA COOK, Clerk of Court and Ex-Officio Jury Commissioner in and for Lincoln Parish, Louisiana, hereby certifies the following to be a
true and correct list of the CIVIL Jury,drawn, MAY 7,2013, at the meeting of the Jury Commission in and for Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.
ALBRITTON, GARY ASHLEY
ALLEN, SCOTT EVERRITTE
ALLOR, JULIE ANN
ANDERSON, JANET MUSHINGTON
ANDERSON, RICHARD G
ANDREWS, TONI POWDRILL
APTER-DESSELLES, MARITA LEONIE
ARRANT JR, WILLIAM CHARLES
ASTON, CAROLE E
ATKISON, REBEKAH ANNE
AUSTIN, CAMILLE ASHLEY
AUSTIN, JIMMY T
BAINES, ANNE HANNIBAL
BANKS, PERRY LEE

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Joyce Mae Brazzel Eley

Funeral services for Mrs. Joyce Mae Brazzel Eley, age 68 of Dubach, will be held at 2:00 PM Monday, May 13, 2013 at Corinth Baptist Church in Dubach. Officiating the service will be Rev. Scott Jennings and Rev. “Runt” Warren. Burial will follow in Corinth Cemetery under the direction of Owens Memorial Chapel Funeral Home of Ruston.

Mrs. Eley was born November 7, 1944 in Dubach to Malvin Brazzel and Ophelia Stephenson Brazzel. She died May 10, 2013 in Ruston after a lengthy illness. Mrs. Eley was a member of Corinth Baptist Church.

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Genevieve “Genny” Helen Kapp Ireland

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The life of Genevieve “Genny” Helen Kapp Ireland, 90, mother of Ruston resident Monty Ireland, will be celebrated Tuesday morning at the Jonesboro United Methodist Church in a 10 a.m. funeral service.

Visitation will be 4-8 p.m. Monday at the Edmonds Funeral Home, 228 Allen Ave., in Jonesboro.

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May 11th

Beatles tribute band hits bullseye for DART

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Shooting for the Sparta

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Sportsman aim at awareness about preserving aquifer
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Area shooting enthusiasts can enjoy their favorite sport while helping preserve the water that keeps Lincoln Parish afloat during the second annual Sparta Shoot Sporting Clays Competition on June 1.
The Sparta Foundation, along with title sponsor Devon Energy, is presenting the event again after the success seen last year. The inaugural event, held in May 2012, managed to raise $12,000 to help educate Lincoln and surrounding parishes on the importance of preserving the Sparta Aquifer.

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