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Archive - Apr 4, 2007

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Robinson was ‘Mr. Grambling’

“We all knew that we would get to this day, but even when it happens, you’re still not ready for it,” said Williams from Tampa, Fla., where he works in the scouting department of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. “You didn’t want to get to this day, but now that it’s here, let’s remember all of the good things that he meant to all of us.”
The Zachary native was one of numerous former pupils of Robinson who got word during the early morning hours of Robinson’s death., one that came at 11:05 p.m. at the Northern Louisiana Medical Center after he had been admitted earlier in the day.

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Project hits right tune

A large part of service-learning involves giving back to the community — learning while helping others. The recent two-day project, which consisted of a day of workshops conducted by GSU faculty and students followed by “Save The Music” concerts, is just one of many activities coordinated by GSU’s Division of Service-Learning.

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One foot in front of the other

So, for the entire month prior, we trained diligently for the 5K— at the expense of my ankles, knees and shins, and I was still incredibly nervous. It didn’t help that on a trial run just days before the actual event, I had pain in my foot so severe it brought tears to my eyes. Nonetheless, we both got up incredibly early and headed for the race to join the dozens of other professional looking runners for the summer jaunt.

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LGH changes hands, name

Former CEO Tom Stone said the actual sale price was $36 million, with somewhere between $6 million and $7 million in working capital, making the net sale price between $42 million and $43 million.
“That will amount to about $20.3 million for a local public health foundation,” Stone said. “The rest will go to pay off Lincoln General’s three partners: Glenwood Regional Medical Center, St. Francis Regional Medical Center and Willis-Knighton Hospital in Shreveport.
Stone said by law, it will take at least several years to shut down Lincoln Health Systems.

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