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Aggies race to state championships

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Choudrant boys, girls nab cross country titles
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This is becoming a habit for Choudrant High School’s cross country program.
Another year, another sweep of the Class B Louisiana High School Athletic Association championships.

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Learning on the fly

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GSU engineering class pulls out the stops
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A flying stop sign is outside of the bounds of what most people would believe possible, but engineering Assistant Professor John Frazier and his Engineering Technology 103 class at Grambling State University have made it happen. To be precise, they have successfully designed a flying replica of a stop sign.
Frazier said the project challenged the freshman engineering technology students to design and build a remote controlled flying polygon. The craft was made with blue core foam, carbon fiber rods, toothpicks, music wire, glue and other materials.

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Learning on the fly

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GSU engineering class pulls out the stops
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A flying stop sign is outside of the bounds of what most people would believe possible, but engineering Assistant Professor John Frazier and his Engineering Technology 103 class at Grambling State University have made it happen. To be precise, they have successfully designed a flying replica of a stop sign.
Frazier said the project challenged the freshman engineering technology students to design and build a remote controlled flying polygon. The craft was made with blue core foam, carbon fiber rods, toothpicks, music wire, glue and other materials.

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Choudrant man pulled over for fourth DWI stop

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A Choudrant man was taken into custody this weekend after being arrested on his fourth driving while intoxicated charge.

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NAMI to focus on addiction

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Residents will have the chance to learn more about addictive disorders at the monthly meeting of the local chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.

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Happy Gardeners

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The Happy Gardeners met for their November meeting at the home of Cathy Downs. Co-hostesses were Linda Newton and Lisa Best. The ladies enjoyed an assortment of refreshments and conversation before the meeting.

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Yard of the month

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Backus performs winning chicken song in Las Vegas

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Local wins top prize in national video contest
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Live on stage in Las Vegas at the Church’s Chicken convention for its franchisees and company team members was Ben Backus from Ruston performing his top prize-winning song about Church’s Spicier Spicy Chicken. The song title is “Chicken Genius” and is available on iTunes. Backus won $3,000 and a year’s supply of Church’s Chicken for his cutting edge video and song.

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Napper, Gibbs to perform

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A Louisiana Tech performance featuring two faculty members will present the music of American composer George Gershwin.

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Holiday Arts Tour benefits community

Once a year Ruston becomes a cultural hub where art and music enthusiasts can find a multitude of opportunities to revel.

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