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March 22nd, 2013

The hubris of modern society

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Back in the day, circa 1998, my friends and I would play “war” on the playground during recess.
Now the mere uttering of the word “war” on a school campus can get you suspended, or worse.
The hypersensitivity of schools toward guns, violence and other violent media has gone too far recently. There are numerous cases of children being punished by schools for merely being children.

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DHS receives new LED sign

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Dubach High School recently received a brand new LED display. It will be used to keep students, parents and teachers informed of upcoming events. Chad Towns’ shop class will perform the installation. Funds for the display were donated by DHS alumni and friends. Pictured above are (left to right) Chastity Cole, Leyton Miller, Chad Towns and Josh Pate.

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Theatre Players to host combat workshop

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The Tech Theatre Players, in conjunction with the University Theatre and Louisiana Tech University School of Performing Arts, is proud to host the 22nd-annual stage combat workshop on March 29 and 30 — a date fast approaching! This workshop has become one of the most popular events on the national schedule, and annually brings teachers and students from all corners of the globe right to our backyard.

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Sonnier places in LSU Livestock Show

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Keirstyn Sonnier, a junior Future Farmers of America member of Ruston High School, attended the LSU Livestock Show in Gonzales on Feb. 13-16.
Keirstyn won best fitted (how well an animal is groomed) with her Brown Swiss dairy cow and also had the Reserve Grand Champion Louisiana Breed Cow.

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Bulldogs open WAC baseball play at home

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Now is the time that Louisiana Tech University’s baseball team would prefer to go on a winning streak.
Not that they’ll quibble with having won their last four games, but those were outside of league play.
With Western Athletic Conference starting this weekend, it would be ideal if the Bulldogs add several more victories to that streak.

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GSU home

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GRAMBLING — Grambling State University’s baseball team will be back at Wilbert Ellis Park at R.W.E. Jones Field this weekend for a second straight appearance against an in-state opponent.
The Tigers (6-14) hope the results are similar to the 4-0 victory obtained against Interstate Highway 20 rival Louisiana-Monroe Tuesday night.
Grambling will have a noon doubleheader against New Orleans on Saturday, then a single against the Privateers starting at 1 p.m., on Sunday.

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Leaping for Bearcat points

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Ruston High School’s Devin Price, one of the top-ranked dual jumping threats in the state, readies to complete one of his high jump attempts during the annual L.J. “Hoss” Garrett Relays hosted by the Bearcats on Thursday. Price represented the Bearcats in the high jump and triple jump at the meet that featured area schools.

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’Spoon: Doubling up

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For Teresa Weatherspoon, the 2013-2014 basketball season will be extra busy.
Not only will she enter into her sixth year as head coach of the Louisiana Tech University Lady Techsters, but she will also take on additional duties as a consultant for the New York Liberty of the Women’s National Basketball Association.
On Thursday, the professional team where “Spoon” excelled as a four-time All-Star selection and two-time league Defensive Player of the Year announced her as one of two new coaching associates.

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Tech tennis team gains WAC win

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SAN JOSE, Calif. — the first conference match of the season, the Louisiana Tech University tennis team held on for a 4-3 Western Athletic Conference win over Texas State on Thursday night at the Spartan Tennis Complex.
Tech (6-3) extended its winning streak to five games after notching its first conference win since 2010 when they defeated San Jose State 5-2.
The Lady Techsters came out of the gates strong, sweeping all three doubles matches and quickly grabbing singles wins at the No. 2 and No. 3 positions.

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RGSA continues registration

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Registration for the 13-18 division of the Ruston Girls Softball Association will continue through April 8.
The fee is $65 and a birth certificate is required if an interested participant has not played in the league previously.
Information is available by contacting Lori Henry (245-2433) or Cheryl Lamkin (235-5477).
All games in the league are played at the RGSA Complex located on Farmerville Street.

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