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April 18th, 2013

Dinner, music and a show set for Friday night at GSU

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For the fifth year, the community is invited to help raise money for a scholarship fund with an evening full of music and theatrics as the Grambling State University President’s Annual Dinner Theatre will commence Friday evening.

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Top Dawg event opens window to innovation

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Students entrepreneurs at Louisiana Tech University will have an opportunity to showcase their innovative product and service ideas during the 2013 TOP DAWG New Venture Championship April 23 in the Louisiana Tech Student Center.

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Club News- Cosmos Club

The April meeting of the Cosmos Club was held in the home of Faye Hollingsworth with 14 members present. Jeanne Lynch assisted the hostess in serving refreshments. Due to the compliments received on her pound cake, which was served with strawberries Lynch provided copies of the recipe to the Club members.

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Student to represent North La. in state literary rally

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Rachel Hegab was the district winner in the North Louisiana Literary Rally held at Louisiana Tech University on March 23. Rachel competed in the Spanish I competition.
The Spanish competition asks objective questions that test the student’s abilities in structural analysis and reading comprehension.
In structural analysis, the student is tested on the different grammatical structures involving parts of speech, idiomatic expressions, etc.

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Parish: High power rankings

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RHS, Creek, Choudrant baseballers on Top 10 list
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Not one, not two, but three Lincoln Parish schools rank among the elite of this spring’s best baseball programs in the Louisiana High School Athletic Association.
Ruston, Cedar Creek and Choudrant are in the Top 10 for their classifications in the current power rankings announced on Wednesday by the state’s governing body for prep sports.
The Bearcats (24-5, 8-1) have the highest such ranking of any parish school at No. 4 for Class 5A with a mark of 31.4483.
Cedar Creek (18-8) is No. 6 in Class 1A at 26.9231 and Choudrant (18-8) is at the same slot for Class B at 26.5769.

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RHS tracksters win 2-5A titles

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Williams’ teams beat out host West Monroe for top honors
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Hannah Siegmund ran a school record time of 57.28 to highlight Ruston High’s sweep of District 2-5A meet championships on Wednesday.
The Lady Bearcats ended with 131.50 points and the Bearcats 109 points to get past host West Monroe High School.
Siegmund clocked 57.28 to establish a new Lady Bearcats’ mark and move up on the national charts for the event.
West Monroe High had 118 points in the girls’ division and 100 points in the boys’ division.

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Grambling stopped by LSU, 4-0

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BATON ROUGE — Ten LSU pitchers combined to hold Grambling to three hits Wednesday night, as No. 2 LSU extended the program’s midweek win streak to 31 games with a 4-0 shutout at Alex Box Stadium.
The host Tigers improved to 35-3, which marks the best 38-game record in program history. Grambling dropped to 14-22 after the loss.
The win improved LSU’s win streak over in-state foes to 24 games. LSU’s last loss to an in-state opponent occurred on April 12, 2011.

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Lend a hand to help 4 Paws build a shelter

It costs about $2,000 a month to provide for all the animals currently under 4 Paws Rescue Inc.’s care. Each month, they have approximately 20 donors who help them meet about half that number.
4 Paws has helped many people, and animals, find the friend and new family member for which they were looking.

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Stop the rush to inaccuracy

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The electronic age has done plenty of good for our way of life in the 21st century.
But not always. Sometimes it does the exact opposite.
That was the case Wednesday as news “broke” that a suspect in the Boston Marathon had been taken into custody.
CNN and the Associated Press reported that a suspect had been arrested, but later had to retract those claims.
The mistake — a big one at that — wasn’t unnoticed by authorities working the case.
“Contrary to widespread reporting, no arrest has been made in connection with the Boston Marathon attack,” the FBI said in a statement.

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MARCH 14TH, 2013 Lincoln Parish Waterworks District # 3 of Ruston,

MARCH 14TH, 2013

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