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RHS, Choudrant have high rankings

States included in the South region and eligible to be ranked are Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina, Mississippi, Arkansas, Alabama and Louisiana.
An estimated 150 programs were used as a basis for the final rankings, both RHS and Choudrant having been included in a semi-final list announced during the early part of June.
Ruston High finished with an overall record of 25-11 and went 10-2 against District 1-5A foes during the past season.
Choudrant wound up with a 27-9 season mark and 8-0 production versus District 2-B opponents.

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Amputees are inspiration

None of these, though, believe their loss of limb prevents them from being fully active and even participating in a cross-country biking event Sapere began five years ago called Amputees Across America.
These three travel 25-40 miles each day between June and July to spread the word that amputees can have full, active lifestyles.
The trio is traveling to Ruston today and should be in town sometime tonight to rest before visiting with area residents and HealthSouth
patients and giving encouragement to all.

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Regular heroes rival Superman

We discovered that night and the next morning that a 31-year-old woman had been lying face down in the water for about four or five minutes before anyone realized what was wrong. The paramedics had been able to resuscitate her, but she still was not breathing on her own. Her fiancé had been called and made it to the hospital during the night.
Then we found out the one thing that made us very, very perturbed: No one did anything to help her.
Why?
The night of the incident, we had seen several kids swimming in the pool and a handful of adults watching and more in the pool.

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Amputees Across America visit Ruston

“The staff of HealthSouth Specialty Hospital of North Louisiana is pleased to host Joe, Gary and A.J. as they bring inspiration and encouragement to all who hear them — especially those with loss of limb,” said Donna Bernard, director of marketing operations at HealthSouth.
“We’re inviting the public and anyone who could use encouragement in his or her life. These guys have been through it all, and they’re inspiring.”
HealthSouth will host a reception for the riders from 10-11 a.m., Wednesday, in the lobby of HealthSouth at 1401 Ezell St.

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