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April 27th

Dr. Edmund Nelson “Buzzy” Roots Jr.

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Dr. Edmund Nelson “Buzzy” Roots Jr. was born in Galveston, TX, in 1927, but grew up in the Rio Grande Valley. Following in his father’s footsteps, he went to Texas A&M to become a Texas Aggie to the core. “Gig’em!” After graduating A&M, he served in the U.S. Army Signal Corp stationed in Germany. He returned to Texas A&M to teach and earn his MS in Electrical Engineering. He taught for three years at Mississippi State University, while earning his PhD in Electrical Engineering. In 1967, he moved his family to Ruston, LA, to teach at Louisiana Tech University for 33 years.

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GSU looks to rename baseball facilities

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Wilbert Ellis was a cornerstone for Grambling State University’s storied athletic program for years, as was his mentor, former GSU President Ralph Waldo Emerson Jones.

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Storms black out thousands

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Thousands across Lincoln Parish were without power last night, and many continue to trek through the day without it.

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Weather, high winds pummel parish

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High winds, lightning and rain that swept through Lincoln Parish last night resulted in a flood of issues.

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Concert to benefit DART

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At 5 p.m. today, Tracy Brockman will strum the opening chords of her first number of the evening.

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New parish lines drawn

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Parish officials set the new voting district lines and polling places at a joint meeting of the Lincoln Parish Police Jury and School Board Tuesday night.

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Art show features three Tech graduate students

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Three Louisiana Tech graduate art students will display their talents at the Master of Fine Arts Thesis Show, “Trichotomy.”

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RPAR hosts volleyball clinic

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Ruston Parks and Recreation is going for the kill for the first time in the Bobby James Gym.

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Domestic abuse is more than a woman’s issue

Domestic violence is everybody’s problem.

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Lessons hidden in wedding bells

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People across the world are excitedly anticipating one event slated for Friday.

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