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Terry’s trophies for Tech

CHOUDRANT — For Terry Bradshaw, the memories of his college playing days at Louisiana Tech University are sufficient enough.
That’s more than enough for the former Bulldogs’ All-American quarterback who went on to NFL and Super Bowl acclaim with the Pittsburgh Steelers to appreciate the years he spent on the Ruston campus.
That’s why the “Blond Bomber” didn’t hesitate at all in donating a virtual “gold mine” of memorabilia to his alma mater here Monday.

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Terry’s trophies for Tech

CHOUDRANT — For Terry Bradshaw, the memories of his college playing days at Louisiana Tech University are sufficient enough.
That’s more than enough for the former Bulldogs’ All-American quarterback who went on to NFL and Super Bowl acclaim with the Pittsburgh Steelers to appreciate the years he spent on the Ruston campus.
That’s why the “Blond Bomber” didn’t hesitate at all in donating a virtual “gold mine” of memorabilia to his alma mater here Monday.

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Jury to look at insurance costs

“There is some thinking that perhaps some people take the coverage because the Jury pays it all,” Assistant Parish Administrator Dennis Woodward said. “They might have other insurance where their spouse works. We think that by having them contribute 10 percent of the cost, it will eliminate those who don’t really need the insurance.”
The 10 percent contribution by employees would amount to approximately $26 per employee, per payment period. The start date for when the employee contribution would take place, if passed, would be determined later.

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Three parish schools to see new leaders

Superintendent of Schools Danny Bell said principals are typically hired on two-year contracts and are rehired based on their work performances. He believes strong leadership skills and academic records are mandatory assets for principal candidates.
“You must be able to communicate and work with others and lead the school forward with the issue of accountability standards,” Bell said.
“With accountability, we must always have the philosophy of ‘What more can we offer these students so they can do better?’ You have to have a mindset of enthusiasm.”

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Tech, Grambling meet at Tigers’ field

Can Tech start over on the “W” trail this evening with a 6 p.m. Lincoln Parish battle against Grambling State University at the Tigers’ diamond?
“I keep preaching to our guys that today’s game or the next game is the most important, that whatever happened yesterday or last week or whenever, we need to forget about it and move on,” said head coach Wade Simoneaux. “We’ve got a lot games still left and each one is important, particularly those in the conference.”

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Never forget to savor moment

My mother literally took pictures of me every day of the first year of my life. She has this documented in several brown picture albums.
We have pictures of birthday parties, Halloween costumes, coming home from school on the bus for the first time (no joke), and my mom even has a very humiliating picture of me when I had the chicken pox.
She documented this carefully with various cameras over the years.
Her old Kodak one was her favorite, but we had several others, including a Canon and several throw-away cameras that were my favorite.

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Bradshaw still giving to Tech

However, his recent donation of sports memorabilia went above and beyond the call of duty for a regular alumnus.
On Monday morning, in a special ceremony held at Squire Creek Golf and Country Club in conjunction with the Terry Bradshaw/Kix Brooks Golf Tournament, Bradshaw handed over one of the rarest collections of memorabilia ever given to a single university.

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Bradshaw gives special gifts to Tech

Bradshaw’s four Super Bowl championship rings, his Pro Football Hall of Fame bust from the 1989 induction ceremonies in Canton, Ohio and four, rare mini-replicas of the four Super Bowl trophies were unveiled by the Shreveport native during a special ceremony this morning at the Squire Creek Golf and Country Club.
The initial announcement was made during a Sunday night reception held for the Terry Bradshaw/Kix Brooks Golf tournament that is being staged today at the 18-hole Tom Fazio-designed course. The event is a major fund-raiser for the university’s athletic department.

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