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Archive - May 2, 2006

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Choudrant smacks Monterey, 18-3

But that’s as close as the Wolves came to preventing the Aggies (25-8) from taking another step in postseason play.
In Choudrant’s half of that first inning, 11 runs were scored and that did it.
The rest was a “cruise control” 18-3 win for head coach Tony Antley and his traditionally powerful program, one that now awaits a quarterfinal game later this week against either Zwolle or Episcopal Acadiana; the latter two clubs tangle this afternoon to decide who has to deal with the Choudrant Express, one that had started postseason competition with a 6-0 win last week over Castor.

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Time to show support for ACS

Throughout the course of several months, I’ve had many opportunities to sit and talk with Christina Griffin, the American Cancer Society’s community representative, and Amanda Maxwell, a chairman for the Relay and also the community advocate for the Domestic Abuse Resistance Team (D.A.R.T.). I got to know them very well and saw the passion they displayed when talking about the Relay and raising money for research and education and to help cancer patients. They have a true compassion and true heart for this.

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4-PAWS deserves donations, volunteers

4-PAWS is a non-profit, local organization fully run by volunteers who will pick up those scared animals from the side of the road, get them medical treatment and care for them until the abandoned animal turns into precious pet.
On April 1, Follette’s Pottery helped 4-PAWS with a fund-raiser and gave the organization a check for over $600 last week. This money will go to cover vet bills, feed, collars and leashes and anything else the animals might need.
Lynn Bergenholtz, a volunteer for 4-PAWS, said a couple of dogs could now receive the medical attention they need.

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Wreck sends four to hospital

Miller, his wife, Carrie Miller, and their two unidentified children were transported to Lincoln General Hospital by Ruston Fire Department ambulance with minor injuries.
Brentley was ticketed for failure to yield at a stop sign. The investigation continues.

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