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Aggies’ Brister goes to next level

“It’s just always been my dream to play college ball,” Brister reflected before a grin overcame him. “And I’m ready to get started.”
But Brister isn’t alone. According to BPCC pitching coach O.J. King, they can’t wait to get started with Choudrant’s talented #6.
“T.J. is a great kid with a lot of potential. You bet he’s good now, but he’s going to get better.”
A former junior college player himself, King brings invaluable insight to the table.

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Arbor Day beneficial

For last week’s celebration, the second one celebrated by the city of Ruston, a Red Oak tree was planted in front of City Hall, which is lined with mature Red Oaks. Ruston City forester Claire Moxley said she hoped to see a full canopy in front of the area in years to come.
Arbor Day, according to the National Arbor Foundation Web site, was first observed in Nebraska in 1872 as an estimated one million trees were planted in that state, which was before a treeless plain. Since that time, Arbor Day has rooted itself into celebrations across the world.

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We have to love the little ones

The mailman stopped at their house.
Anxiously waiting, my dad said he remembered peeking out from their hiding spot and watching the mailman talk to my grandfather, no doubt telling him what mischief the kids were up to. The mailman left... and my grandfather called for the kids to come from their hiding place.
They never threw rocks at the mailman — or anyone else, for that matter — again.

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Pipeline crossing

There are 86,883 miles of pipeline crisscrossing the state, carrying a number of different substances, most of them potentially dangerous if disturbed.

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