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December 8th

Tech digital forensics team scores big in contest

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A team of students from Louisiana Tech University’s College of Engineering and Science had a successful run in their first Digital Forensics Challenge, hosted by the Department of Defense’s Cyber Crime Center.

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School News: I.A. Lewis

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Parents show support, student achievement recognized
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Special thanks go to the I.A. Lewis Missy Crane dancers, who paid special tribute to our parents and country by dancing to “All American Girl.” Performers included Jalia Payne, Chloe Campbell, Lauren Washington, Kelli Copes and Jessica Johnston.
Top Accelerated Readers
Special certificates were given to Michael Bishop, Jalia Payne and Joanna Ham for having the top Accelerated Reading scores for October. Earlier this year Bishop won a Kindle for being the top summer reader at I.A. Lewis.
Gift from Devon Energy

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School News: I.A. Lewis

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Art on display at Parent Night
I.A. Lewis talented art students and teacher Nancy Waldron continue to amaze the community with their gifted abilities. The huge mural backdrop at the well-attended Annual Lincoln Parish Parental Involvement event was a big hit. The event was held in November at the Lincoln Parish Library’s Event Center.

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School News: Downsville Charter

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The junior class at Downsville Charter School visited the Titanic Exhibit at Sci-Port in Shreveport on Nov. 14. They were able to view artifacts that had been recovered from the wreckage of the Titanic.

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Ribbon cutting held for Southern AgCredit

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Ribbon-cutting ceremonies were held recently for the new location of Southern AgCredit, located at 2025 Louisiana Highway 33 in Ruston. The ceremony was sponsored by the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce.

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Help older parents avoid financial scams

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Here’s a disturbing statistic: One out of every five Americans over the age of 65 has been victimized by a financial scheme, according to the Investor Protection Trust, a nonprofit organization devoted to investor education. If your parents are in this age group, should you be concerned? And can you help them avoid being “scammed” so that they maintain control over their finances?

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Income annuities option to maximize retirement income

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Question: I have less than 10 years to go until retirement, and it does not seem like I am going to have enough. I know I am going to have to cut back. But what can I do to make the most of what I will have?

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Corporate America looks to you for a loan

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Many of the world’s largest companies are based in America, yet they have operations that span the globe and collectively earn enormous amounts of money from a wide range of commercial activities. Interestingly though, despite their own profit-making ventures, large corporations still seek out investors to help finance some of their activities. Two ways in which they do this are by issuing stock, which represents ownership in the company, or by selling bonds, which puts you — the individual investor — in the position of making a loan to a big company.

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Cage-Bibbs: Thrilling home debut

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Grambling gave its legendary head coach a big win

GRAMBLING — Despite a record of 1-6, it’s safe to say that the Lady Tigers’ basketball team, led by returning head coach Patricia Cage-Bibbs, is no joke.
Bibbs said she will return exciting basketball to Grambling State University and in their home opener against 4-3 Stephen F. Austin recently, that’s exactly what fans witnessed at the Fredrick C. Hobdy Arena.

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Tech’s Holley honored academically

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Senior running back named to CoSIDA All-American team
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TOWSON, Md. – Louisiana Tech graduate student Ray Holley was named to the Capital One Academic All-America First Team Thursday as selected by the Capital One Academic All-America® Division I football team as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America organization.
Holley joins Nebraska’s Rex Burkhead as the two running backs named to the first unit of the prestigious squad.

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