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January 30th

Tech presents ‘Robin Hood’

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Students bring classic tale to life Tuesday
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Each year the Louisiana Tech University Theatre Department chooses a set of performances that will hopefully interest the entire community.
With their upcoming production of “The Adventures of Robin Hood,” the director, cast and crew will give their rendition of the tale many are familiar with.

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International students provide tastes of culture

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The atmosphere was universal on Saturday night as a crowd gathered on the main floor in Louisiana Tech University’s Student Center to participate in an annual get together that always leaves attendees clamoring for more.
For the 13th straight year, Tech hosted the International Student Scholarship night, and international students from countries all over the planet, including Nepal, Nigeria, Vietnam and even India, were on hand to serve guests food and also give them a taste of some of their culture.

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Jazz brunch set for Feb. 4 in Bernice

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An interlude of New Orleans-style jazz music and gourmet dining will greet attendees of the Jazz Brunch with Jackie Greggs beginning at 11 a.m. on Feb. 4, in Bernice.
Greggs is a renowned jazz vocalist and arranger, and her musical ensemble will be in the spotlight in the fellowship hall of Bernice United Methodist Church, located on U.S. Highway 167 at 8th Street.

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Pet of the Week

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Roscoe is a playful young German Shepherd mix that is current on shots and is neutered. Roscoe is a smart boy and enjoys meeting people, learning to play fetch and being outdoors. His adoption fee is $50. Call 251-DOGS for more information on Roscoe.

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Dance company returns to Tech

Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana, a premier company in the United States, will return to Louisiana Tech University on Feb. 9.
With influences from Africa, the Americas and the Middle East blended into their performance, Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana features Spanish dance, solos, duets and company dances.

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’Dogs creating excitement

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Win or lose, Tech fans getting their money’s worth
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Tickets purchased by fans for men’s basketball at Louisiana Tech University this season probably should have carried a warning:
“Holder should beware of extreme excitement when attending games.”
Amen.
Of the 22 contests played by the Bulldogs, 14 have been decided by single digits.

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Techsters, FSU: Rivalry renewed

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Conference showdown set for ‘Pack the House’ night
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Over the past decade, Louisiana Tech and Fresno State have developed an intense rivalry on the basketball court, as the Lady Techsters and Bulldogs have dominated the Western Athletic Conference and played some memorable games in the women’s sport.
The rivalry will continue on the Thomas Assembly Center floor Saturday at 7 p.m., when the Lady Techsters host the Bulldogs in the NCAA’s 5th annual “Pack the House” Challenge.

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Key’s 41 points leads Dubach win

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DUBACH — Dubach High’s boys and girls swept a weekend basketball doubleheader over Gibsland-Coleman.
The Lady Hornets, ranked in the Top 10 for Class C in the weekly Louisiana Sports Writers Association poll, took a 70-64 victory and the Hornets were a 64-36 winner.

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Get prepared for tax season

That time of year has come yet again, and although many community members may be dreading tax season there are a few perks area residents should keep in mind.
According to Louisiana Treasurer John Kennedy, the IRS owes Louisiana taxpayers more than $1.3 million due to checks not being delivered because of an address change or other reason.

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Student loans need improving

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Indentured servitude — a thing of the past? Maybe not.
When immigrants first came to America many of them did so through what we have labeled as indentured servitude. And although many may think that this has ended, that isn’t necessarily the case.
It was estimated that between one-half and two-thirds of white immigrants were indentured servants. The time in which it usually took to pay back the debt was between four and seven years.

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