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May 18th, 2013

Tech student charged

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A Louisiana Tech student is facing charges of filing a false police report after a Friday incident alarmed students when a text alert was sent out by the university.
The text alert, sent out by Tech Police Chief Randal Hermes at 3:07 p.m. Friday, said “The Louisiana Tech University Police Department has just received a report of an armed sexual assault occurring near the Biomedical Building parking lot. The victim alleges that at about 1 p.m. (Friday), a black male armed with a gun, abducted and assaulted her. Police are now investigating the report.”

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Angels of hope

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Recipient feels 2013 HabiTECH home a heavenly gift
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It’s always good to have an angel looking over your shoulder.
It’s even better to have 12 angels building you a home.

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Grambling gearing up for Juneteenth celebration

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The City of Grambling will come alive with entertainment, good food and multiple activities during its annual Juneteenth Heritage Festival next month.
From June 7- 19, ongoing festivities will include a pageant, health fair, parade, a banquet honoring the “Gallot Trio” and much more.

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Lessons from a Tech legend

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Retiring Tech president presides over final graduation
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A near record 879 graduates began their journey on the road of life Saturday during commencement exercises at Louisiana Tech University.
And a golden couple took one more step on their happy journey to retirement.
Louisiana Tech President Dan Reneau presided over his final graduation ending an over 50-year association with the university as his wife Linda, also a Louisiana Tech graduate, looked on.

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Beware of leaving kids, pets in car

Sunscreen and shorts have begun to make their appearance around town, and the temperatures are unlikely to force them into hiding again until the fall.
While the temperatures may be pleasantly warm now, it won’t be long before they are scorching. And, a recent crime report has shed light on one of the biggest summertime concerns.

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Online principal congratulates grads

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I’ve been in public education for a quarter century, but I can tell you, as principal of Louisiana Connections Academy, our state’s premier virtual public charter school serving students from Shreveport to Plaquemines, graduation ceremonies never lose their luster!
This will be the second graduating class of seniors from our school, which opened as a K-12 online public school with certified Louisiana teachers in 2011.

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Bush Library a part of history

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The recent dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas marked another chapter in chronicling the American Presidency and, as one of the many people involved in making the event a success, I had a ringside seat to a moment in American history.
The event itself was grand — five living Presidents, five First ladies, former Cabinet officials, heads of states and dignitaries from around the world — as well as news media from across the globe.

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Teach young to drive safely

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They are precious in His sight, gifts to us from Him. He gives us the charge of guidance, love, attention and direction for our children and grandchildren. With this in mind, my deepest fervency is the basis for today’s thoughts.
Every year about this time I tend to experience a gnawing concern, sometimes even fear, for the safety of our precious children. The reason for this is the occurrence of end-of-the-year celebrations. Some of these relate to proms; graduation ceremonies; or maybe the events are just being happy that “school is out” for the summer. Many of us have experienced this as participants and parents. This is the time of year in May that much of this occurs — the celebration of happy times, but with the looming potential of danger.

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RES fifth graders visit Baton Rouge

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Special Olympics Results
Rineisha Gissendiner — First in the 50-meter run; fifth in the tennis ball throw.
Kynan Sternitzky — Second in the 25-m walk; third in the tennis ball throw.
Haidyn Herring — First in the 25-m walk; first in the tennis ball throw.

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12 Lincoln Parish students graduate from ULM

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Area graduates receiving degrees during the University of Louisiana-Monroe’s Spring Commencement are as follows:
LINCOLN PARISH
Choudrant: Tina Louise Allen, doctor of education in curriculum and instruction; Keeley Claire Odom, bachelor of science in nursing.

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