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Archive - Apr 17, 2007

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Lady ’Cats crush Ehret, 25-0

“This game was very important because it got the monkey off our backs,” head coach Ricky Goulart said. “We have made it to the playoffs for the past two years, but we’ve never gotten past the first round.”
Senior pitcher Elyse Smith struck out three Lady Patriots in a row in the top of the first inning and that was just the beginning to a tough end for John Ehret.
Smith continued to strike out Patriot after Patriot and allowed two hits and zero runs in her three innings of play. She ended with six strikeouts.
Offensively, the Lady Bearcats did not to too bad either.

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This year's ACS event huge success

Thank you for donating time and money to help fund research and education so one day this debilitating disease may be eliminated.
Despite a change in location and a forecast of rain, the Relay for Life was a success thanks to area residents and volunteers. Held in the National Guard Armory on McDonald Avenue, music played, volunteers walked and visitors got to have food, face-painting and opportunities to win prizes from raffles — and all the money went to fight cancer!
We would like to thank Christina Griffin, ACS community

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Seeking a change of outlook

Being alive can be compared, really, to checking the mail. You go through your days doing the same thing over and over until one day a bright beam of sunlight hits you and you remember what a joy it is to be alive. This life is not a boring routine; it’s an adventure.

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School bus ride interrupted

One child was transported to North Louisiana Medical Center. None were seriously injured in the accident. The RPD is still investigating the incident.

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