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April 3rd, 2013

Techsters edge Nicholls State

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Janna Frandrup’s run-scoring single in the bottom of the fifth inning proved to be the difference, as Louisiana Tech University defeated Nicholls State University 6-5 Tuesday night in non-conference softball action at the Lady Techster Softball Complex.
Tech (18-15) built an early five-run lead and then held on for its fifth straight victory, its longest winning streak of the season.

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Tech soccer Easter event is success

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Louisiana Tech University soccer team recently hosted an Easter egg hunt for the local community on campus for their continued “Relay for Life” fundraising campaign.
Donations were taken throughout the day as lots of children in different age groups took part in the traditional egg hunt on the campus quad.

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Grambling trimmed by ULM, 3-2

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MONROE — The Grambling State University baseball team lost a tough game to the University of Louisiana Monroe Warhawks by a score of 3-2 on Tuesday night at Warhawk Field.
For ULM, the win avenged an earlier 4-0 loss to Grambling State at Wilbert Ellis Field at R.W.E. Jones Park.
The Tigers got on the board early, as Jose Longoria got on base with a double in the top of the first inning and later scored on a hit from Dionte Mandledove to make the score 1-0 Grambling.

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Choudrant, Creek gain diamond wins

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Choudrant High School’s baseball team halted Downsville 5-1 and Cedar Creek High School’s softball squad slammed Monroe St. Frederick during diamond action involving Lincoln Parish teams on Tuesday afternoon.
The Aggies (14-9) got three hits and three runs scored from winning pitcher Matthew Younse and two hits each from Ethan Barr, John Paul Hancock and Hunter Antley.
The Lady Cougars, with the top power ranking for Class 1A teams in the Louisiana High School Athletic Association, improved to a 20-2 overall record with their three-inning victory over St. Frederick.

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Eat, run for CMN Hospitals

Every minute, 62 children enter a Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. No matter the reason — whether it is a terminal illness, dramatic injury or a child in need of long-term care — that number equates to approximately one child every second.
Being one of the largest charities in North America, Children’s Miracle Network has two simple goals. First, the organization wants to help as many children as possible by raising funds for children’s hospitals. Second, the charity wants to keep the funds raised in the community that helped raise them — to help local children.

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The olden days of typewriters

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When we arrived at work the other day, our Internet provider was down. No email, no connection to web-based databases, no Google, nothing. For a moment, my co-worker and I just looked at each other.
“Well,” I said, after a minute, “I guess I can go write something.”
“And I can go do my bookkeeping,” she said.

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Ruston Garden Club to host tour

A tour of three area gardens will be held in Ruston from 9:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. April 27, sponsored by The Ruston Garden Club.
Residential gardens will be featured, including the 2005 Southern Living Idea Home. Vendors with handcrafted garden art and accessories and a plant sale hosted by the North Central Louisiana Master Gardeners will be added attractions. The cost is $10 for all three gardens.

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Food fundraisr set for April 12

Join the community for food, fun and music at Russ Town Society's 2013 Downtown Delights, sponsored by Community Trust Bank.
Downtown Delights will take place from 5:30.-8:30 p.m. April 12 at the Lincoln Parish Library Events Center.
Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for children; children five and under are admitted free of charge.
Tickets are available at the Dixie Center for the Arts, located at 212 N. Vienna St. or by calling 255-1450, or from any Russ Town Society member.
Proceeds from this year’s event will be donated to the Dixie Center for the Arts.

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Youth sports in full swing at RPAR

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April is a lot of things: National Facial Protection Month, International Guitar Month, National Cable Month, National Poetry Month and National Garden Month. Believe it or not, many more celebrations could be listed, but they would not be relevant to today’s article. What is pertinent to this article is that April is National Youth Sports Safety Month.

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Dalton Aaron Platt

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Dalton Aaron Platt, infant son of Thomas Platt & Mary Webster, was born on December 17, 2012 and returned to the arms of Jesus on Sunday, March 31, 2013. He was preceded in death by his Mamaw, Addie Mae Downs, Papaw, Charlie Downs, Granddaddy, Aaron Dorman, Nana, Lula Bell Dorman and great uncle, Roger Garrison.

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