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Honor students acknowledged for their hard work

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Ruston High School honor roll students for the second six weeks are as follows:
Principal’s list
• Grade nine — Caitlin S. Berry, Laura E. Cason, Ashley J. Crook, Chaning E. Dorr, Melissa A. Dosher, Jamarsa J. Drake, Kaitlyn E. Heiden, Rafael A. Lacayo, Kendall M. Lopez, Mary M. Manning, Courtney D. McKinney, Charles G. Pickett, Adam R. Ramachandran, Mary E. Ramirez, Benjamin S. Serio, Anna Wyatt
• Grade 10 — Christian E. Eddy, Tanner C. Frasier, Darby H. Guinn, John S. Herren, John E. Kyte, John D. Moore, Mary M. Morgan, Zachary D. Passon, Samuel E. Phillips, Taylor A. Pipes

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CSE student commended for his honesty, character

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As the holiday season approaches, Cypress Springs Elementary School is thankful for students who possess great character, integrity, and solid work ethic.
For example, fourth- grader Jaraylon Burks recently found $100 during the CSE Book Fair and turned it in to the office for recovery by the individual who lost it.
CSE Principal Doris Lewis and faculty salute Jaraylon for representing the best of the best during this holiday season and commend his parents and family for their part in providing such an inspiring gift for the school and this community.

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Assessor’s Office at a new location

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Ribbon cutting ceremonies were held Nov. 3 for the new location of the Lincoln Parish Assessor’s Office on the ground floor of the Lincoln Parish Police Jury Complex located at 307 N. Homer St. in Ruston. The ribbon cutting was sponsored by the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce.

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Petite Paws expansion

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Ribbon cutting ceremonies were held Nov. 5 for the new 3,000 square-foot expansion to Petite Paws Pet Hotel, located at 1487 Della Road in Dubach. The ribbon cutting was sponsored by the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce.

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Ribbon cutting held for Stitchville

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Ribbon cutting ceremonies were held Oct. 27 for Stitchville, located at 111 E. Mississippi Ave. in downtown Ruston. The ribbon cutting was sponsored by the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce.

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‘Dr. B’: Special care for Tech

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Longtime team physician honored for contributions
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Sometimes, the phone calls come at all hours of the day and night.
Early, late and out of the blue.
“I’ve called him as many as three times in a single day and the first thing he would say is, ‘come on over’,” said former Louisiana Tech University athletic trainer Sam Wilkinson. “I worked with him for over 30 years and there was never a time he was too busy or had something else going that he couldn’t take care of one of our athletes.”

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Tech headed for shootout with Nevada

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Brewing up some sports news with your Sunday morning cup of coffee:
• Louisiana Tech University will be 5-6 and going for bowl eligibility at Joe Aillet Stadium on Dec. 4.
That is, unless a shocker occurs on Nov. 27 and the Bulldogs somehow find a way to lose to hapless San Jose State (1-9, 0-5) on the Spartans’ turf.

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Bulldogs take two wins

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IRVINE, Calif. — With outstanding balance with its scoring, Louisiana Tech University extended its early season winning streak to four games with an 80-65 victory over Navy at the 2K Sports Classic benefiting Coaches for Cancer here Saturday night.
Point guard DeAndre Brown led the Bulldogs’ attack with 15 points, all recorded in the first half on 3-point field goals.

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Morris: River dunk to retrieve buck

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According to my weather diary, temperatures on Oct. 1, reached a sultry 85 degrees. For many bow hunters on stand that day, mosquitoes buzzing and sweat dripping off noses made their opening day experience less than desirable.
For Monroe’s Jordan Morris, however, the weather was just right. It was even balmy enough for the 22- year-old Richland Parish farmer to take a dip in the Boeuf River, and he couldn’t have been happier to hit the drink. Morris swam out to retrieve a monster buck he arrowed earlier in the day. Here’s what happened…..

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