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’Cats, Rebels decide 1-5A crown

And to the winner not only goes first place in the standings, but also an All-Sports Trophy for overall success-boys and girls’ teams, included, during the 2006-2007 season.
A junior varsity game is set for 4 p.m. and then followed by the 6:30 varsity showdown that will feature two teams who have been among Louisiana’s hottest clubs over the past several weeks.
Ruston has a five-game winning streak and has prevailed in nine of its past 10 games.

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International Day benefits everyone

Nouha Salim, of Lebanon, agreed that this was a great way for all the different cultures of the area to come together.
“I do this every year with Tech,” Salim said. “I went to Tech, and they do a great job. This is one of the best programs for international students. It gets everybody involved.”
Residents agreed.
Many got to sample food and learn about various cultures, religions, customs and even clothing styles.
Ruston resident Erik Rasmussen visited the Indian booth and said he was interested to learn about the different world cultures.

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It only takes one person

When did it happen?
Where did the shootings occur?
Why did it take the university so long to respond?
How many are dead?
What’s happening?
Over the course of the week, the plot thickened, and we got a glimpse of English senior Cho Seung-Hui, who, police say, went on a shooting rampage, killing 32 people before taking his own life. He was a loner, roommates said. He wouldn’t respond if someone talked to him, his neighbors claimed. He had previously stalked two girls, authorities said. He wouldn’t meet your eyes, teachers said.

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Louisiana National Guard lends hand

As part of the task force, four schools will be built in Belize; medical, dental, veterinarian and optical services are also provided through the project.
Spc. Anglea Fry, public affairs officer for the 527th Battalition who was part of the second rotation of personnel who traveled to Carmelita, said the project fell under annual training, which requires two weeks a year from Guard members.

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