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April 27th, 2013

Cougars, Aggies advance

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Two Lincoln Parish teams have become almost mirror images of each other, albeit in different classifications.
Cedar Creek High improved its overall record to 21-9 with a 14-1 rout over Ascension Episcopal in the bi-district round of the Class B Louisiana High School Athletic Association baseball playoffs.

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Cedar Creek teams are runner-up

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Boys, girls have strong showings at 2-1A track meet
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Cedar Creek and Grambling Lab competed in the recent District 2-1A track meet.
Cedar Creek’s girls earned a second place finish to Ouachita Christian’s first place, followed by Grambling, Arcadia, and St. Frederick. The Creek boys also took second place to OCS, followed by Arcadia, Grambling, and St. Frederick.

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Barham’s book: Classic on turkeys

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I know lots of turkey hunters but I don’t know another one like my Mississippi buddy, Otha Barham.
Words that come to mind to describe him are intense, hard-headed, obstinate and when it comes to protecting the location of his precious birds, liar.

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Tech golfers go for crown

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The title is for the taking. All that remains is a strong performance over three days for the Louisiana Tech University men’s golf team.
The Bulldogs will vie for a conference title starting today at the Rio Secco Golf Club in the 51st annual Club Glove Western Athletic Conference championship at the 7,313-yard, par-72 course in Henderson, Nev.

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Techsters lose in WAC semis

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DENVER, Colo. — A valiant effort by Louisiana Tech came up short in the Western Athletic Conference semifinals, as the Lady Techsters were defeated by San Jose State, 4-2, at the Gates Tennis Center on Friday.
The loss finally put an ending to the historic season for first-year head coach Freddy Gomez and his Lady Techsters’ squad.

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Techsters earn tennis awards

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Nalborska named WAC’s top freshman
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DENVER, Colo. — The Louisiana Tech University tennis team has had a banner year under first-year Head Coach Freddy Gomez and it showed at the recent 2013 Western Athletic Conference post season tournament banquet.
Four Lady Techsters earned All-WAC honors, including Joanna Nalborska who was also named as the WAC Freshman of the Year.

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The changing seasons of life

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Although the recent cold temperatures might demonstrate otherwise, spring has indeed arrived. Trees and flowers are beginning to bloom. Much to the dismay of yard maintenance-challenged folks like me, springtime also means the burden of lawn care. Although the spring season brings yard work and allergies, I am certainly thankful that winter has finally passed. Much like the changing of the weather, our lives can experience different seasons that seem to mimic the patterns of nature. The deep darkness of loss or sorrow can seem like a cold, lonely winter. You may find yourself in a season of life where day-to-day activity can feel like a dry desert, leaving you questioning your purpose. Whenever we experience these life seasons, it can be difficult to maintain a healthy perspective. Our hope can quickly fade to despair, and our expectation that tomorrow will be better can get lost in the doubts that we face. Regardless of the season of life you are in, there is a passage of scripture from the Bible that reflects the wide range of seasons that life can bring.

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Bethel student takes first at rally

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Jacob Scharr, a senior at Bethel Christian School, placed first in English 4 at the State Literary Rally in Baton Rouge on April 20.

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Fire up the grill with something different this year

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Late spring often marks the return of grilling season, when friends and families gather in the backyard to share some great food and some good times. Such affairs tend to be more laid back, but that doesn't mean they can't boast cuisine that's as delicious as food you might find at more formal affairs. For those who want to try something different from the traditional grilling fare like hamburgers and hot dogs this season, consider the following recipe for "Spit-Roasted Whole Spring Lamb Overcome By Garlic" from Andrew Schloss and David Joachim's "Mastering the Grill" (Chronicle Books).

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Making a grandmother proud

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On last Sunday evening, as any grandparent knows when one of your own does something extra special, I got an indescribable surge of joy and pride. This had to do with Matthew Newman Irby, my youngest grandchild.

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