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Inside the John Shealy folder

With two such worthy honorees, space will only permit a sampling of these submissions, but these will offer a glimpse of the places these two gentlemen have carved for themselves in the legacy of Lincoln Parish.
Inside the Shealy folder:
One of the letters which immediately caught my eye was the one submitted by Louisiana Tech University Forestry Professor Ray A. Newbold.

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Millsap set to join roll

The 6-8 junior from Grambling pulled down 28 rebounds to break the previous TAC record of 20, set by — you guessed it — Millsap.
Millsap, who has drawn the attention of professional scouts wherever Tech has played this season, is on the verge of setting another record — only this one is a national mark. He is on pace to become the first NCAA player in the nation to lead the country in rebounding three straight years.

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’Dogs face Salukis in ‘Buster’ battle

The Salukis aren’t a member of the Western Athletic Conference, a la Tech, but Bulldogs’ players surely aren’t looking at the 5 p.m. tipoff in that manner.
“As far as we’re concerned, we’re treating it as a conference game,” sized up junior guard Marcus Elliott. “It’s like we’re playing a WAC school. It’s a big game for us.”
Big it is in terms of helping attract some more national attention for the Bulldogs (16-10, 9-4), who are in the chase for a WAC regular season title and postseason trip to either the NCAA or NIT.

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Big Brothers, Sisters plan fund-raiser

“The Bowl for Kids Sake is our only fund-raiser,” said Kathleen Richard, one of the representatives from Big Brothers Big Sisters.
“The funds raised are non-restrictive. We receive grants, but they are specifically laid out. This money is all non-restrictive.”
While grant money is very much appreciated, the dollars raised with the Bowl event can be used for matching children with Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
Nannette White, the partnership and resource development coordinator with BBBS, said they never know how much money they will raise from year to year.

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