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May 3rd, 2013

Tech ROTC cadet selected for prestigious program

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Alexandre Buck, an Air Force ROTC cadet and a freshman in the professional aviation program at Louisiana Tech University, is one of just three Air Force ROTC students in the United States to have been selected to participate in the University of Pittsburg’s Intensive Beginning Russian program this summer on a ROTC Project GO (Global Officer) scholarship.

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Girl Scouts giving back

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Girl Scout troops No. 555 and No. 351 collected 46 bags of clothing as part of the April partnership with the Goodwill Industries clothing drive. This event not only helps the community and Goodwill, but gives the girls a hands-on experience in helping others and learning the importance of community service.

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Morning fire displaces businesses

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A 6,000 square foot building with multiple occupants, including a 2,000 square foot flea market, was partially lost due to a fire that occurred shortly after midnight today.
Eric Brazzel, public information for the Ruston Fire Department, said firefighter received the call at 12: 18 a.m. that smoke was coming from the back of a building located at 1414 West California Ave.

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Simsboro meth bust

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A Simsboro man was booked on multiple drug charges May 1 following an undercover investigation by the Louisiana State Police Troop F.
According to reports, an undercover agent prearranged a meeting with Jose Francisco Cornejo, 24, of 3300 217 Gahagan Road No. 43, Simsboro, to allegedly purchase narcotics.
The agent reportedly agreed to exchange $1,200 for 15 grams of methamphetamine. Cornejo allegedly accepted the currency and began weighing the agreed amount of suspected methamphetamine.

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‘Stage Coach Trail Day’ on tap Saturday

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The Mt. Lebanon Historical Society will present its annual “Stage Coach Trail Day” starting at 11 a.m. Saturday.
Presented for approximately 45 years, “Stage Coach Trail Day” will begin with the opening of the MLHS Museum, featuring items up for silent auction as well as artifacts of historical interest.
A handmade quilt finished by Our Heritage Crafters will be on display and will be raffled off.
The Country Store will take care of refreshments by selling hot dogs and trimmings starting at 11:30 a.m.

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Creek wins state title in golf

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Cedar Creek High School captured its fifth consecutive state championship in Division IV of the Louisiana High School Athletic Association earlier this week with a 33-stroke (648-681) advantage over runner-up Ascension Episcopal. Members of the team were (from left) Johnny Maxwell, Christopher Feron, Jordan Cole, Tucker Smith and Zach Pickett. Cole earned medalist honors with a 78-75-153 scorecard. The Cougars have won eight of the last nine state tournaments.

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Here’s to you, Mrs. Robinson

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GRAMBLING — Some called her the “First Lady of Football.”
Some called her “Queen.”
And all of the approximately 125 people wished her happy birthday as Doris Robinson, widow of legendary Grambling State football coach Eddie Robinson celebrated her 94th birthday Thursday with a party held in her honor at the Eddie G. Robinson Museum.

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Multiple facility renovations at Tech near completion

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Drive through the heart of the Louisiana Tech University campus on Alabama Avenue these days and you will see the renovations of J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park, the Lady Techster Softball Complex and the Lady Techster Soccer Complex all nearing completion.
These steady advancements to the Tech athletic facilities have all been funded through private contributions of friends and supporters as part of the “Quest for Excellence” campaign and will greatly benefit the athletic programs as they enter Conference USA.

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NCLAC gearing up for Summer Arts Camps

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In just a few short weeks, schools across north Louisiana will be letting out for summer vacation. If you are looking for a way to nurture your child’s creativity and keep him or her occupied, check out the North Central Louisiana Arts Council’s upcoming Summer Arts Camps. NCLAC’s camps offer a great opportunity for students entering second through seventh grades to engage their imagination with 2-D, 3-D and performing arts classes taught by talented local artists and MFA students from Louisiana Tech University.

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Club News: The Junior Guild

The Junior Guild of Ruston recently completed their club year with their annual spring picnic on April 25.
Appetizers and desserts were prepared by hostess Andrea Young and her committee — Jane Ball, Mary Lou McKinney and Miriam Savage. Sandwich and chips were provided by Sundown.

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