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Millage tax vote approaching

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Continued funding to pay for new ag building, New Tech construction

The polls will be open in Ruston on April 30, and voters will be asked to consider extending the Ruston school district millage tax for five more years.

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Growth prompts remap of Ruston

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An increase in the city of Ruston’s population over the past decade has prompted a few changes in voter representation.

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Living Well inside

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Daily Leader readers can find an explosion of spring inside their papers today with the April 2011 edition of the quarterly Living Well magazine.

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Blue Light to burn again

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What was once old will be new again for Lincoln Parish restaurant fans.

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From preps to pros?

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Just in case any true-to-life examples were required, there stood Patrick Ramsey and Andrew Whitworth on the west side of James Stadium Saturday morning.

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Did Aaron James past official test to be ‘roasted?

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Less than 24 hours ago, a mixture of allegedly professional and semi-professional “roasters” scorched one of my longtime friends in the sporting world.

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RHS blasts Wossman twice

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Ruston High School made it a no-doubter District 3-4A baseball series against Monroe Wossman on Friday and Saturday.

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Bulldogs blanked by Hawaii, 1-0

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HONOLULU — Trevor Petersen tallied his fourth quality start of the season, but Hawaii squeaked across a run in the bottom of the third inning and Tech stranded 10 runners on base as the Rainbows knocked off the Bulldogs 1-0 in the series opener late Friday night at Les Murakami Stadium.

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Frandrup helps give Techsters split

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Janna Frandrup pitched a complete-game shutout and Kendra Harmon hit her first home run of the season to lead Louisiana Tech a 1-0 win over Hawaii and a split of a Western Athletic Conference doubleheader Saturday afternoon at the Lady Techster Softball Complex.

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Dyer doesn’t believe in ‘I can’t’

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I sat at home, sad and despondent, on opening day of squirrel season 30 years ago.

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