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’Dogs open WAC tourney play

Well, OK, maybe it was a little premature, but the Bulldogs rightfully had a feel good demeanor after knocking off the Warriors for the third straight year in Honolulu and clinching the No. 3 seed in this week’s Western Athletic Conference tournament.
Besides, that “NCAA” yell could also serve as a purveyor of the club being in the right, confident frame of mind over the next several days, especially if they keep taking steps toward a berth in Saturday night’s finals.

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Honor our winners

The ticket information was publicized when the winners were made public, and there is still time to reserve seats before tomorrow’s deadline of 4 p.m. by calling the Chamber at 255-2031.
This event is a joint venture of the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce and Louisiana Tech University’s College of Administration and Business, and for a minimal ticket price of $10, there is an opportunity to enjoy a good breakfast in good company, an interesting guest speaker — the CEO of Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, Todd Graves — and offering personal honors to the outstanding award winners.

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Take a lesson from the toddlers

“OK, you like tricycles and playing in the mud — so do I,” an unusually articulate 6-year-old might say to his friend. “Oh, do you remember that show on television? You wear dad’s hat and be the cowboy, and I’ll find those bird feathers on the ground and be the Indian.”
On a playground nearby, two little girls giggle ecstatically while shaping pine straw into rows with their hands to create a walkway for a make-believe house.

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Teens feed hunger for food knowledge

This is one lesson two Ruston High School students have swallowed in the school’s ProStart cooking class.
“I’ve learned creating a meal for a restaurant is far different than at home,” RHS junior Amy Barr said. “There’s sanitation and you have to do everything properly. It must look pleasing to the eye.”
Barr, accompanied by fellow cooking class student Jake Pierce, will carry her newfound knowledge to the statewide 5th Annual LRA ProStart Leadership Competition in Baton Rouge on Thursday.

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