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Bulldogs on a victory streak

That’s an average of 16.3 per appearance.
From a “low” output of eight to a 21 and 22-run counts, the Bulldogs (9-3) have been flatout tenacious over the last week.
Head coach Wade Simoneaux and his crew hope the trend continues tonight, Wednesday and then again this weekend when five games will be held either at home or a 30-minute drive away from Ruston.

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Ruston, Tech growing in opportunities

Five north Louisiana residents recently chosen as the Distinguished Alumni of Tech’s College of Engineering and Science, and that shows that wonderful opportunities are available — and they’re growing.
With plans in the works for a research park, perhaps this will give some of Tech’s engineering graduates more reason to stay in Ruston. In their college years, they spend five or more years in this city, and in that time, we hope they feel like family by graduation day.

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Community giving supports all

Saturday’s Heart Walk is free to anyone who wants to participate. Yes, it is a fund-raiser, but it’s also a way to generate awareness about healthy hearts. Walking is a great way to exercise and a great way to maintain your heart.
The walk itself is about 2.7 miles and will take place at Louisiana Tech University’s Thomas Assembly Center — rain or shine. If you feel like you can’t walk 2.7 miles, don’t sweat it; walk what you can and then rest. A little bit of exercise is better than none at all.

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Man arrested for carrying gun, machete

Jefferson was located in Harper’s parking lot, and after refusing verbal requests from officers to stop, the officers tried to physically subdue him.
He broke free and ran across campus. He was located at Hale Hall, where a second struggle ensued.
After being arrested, Jefferson was transported to the Lincoln Parish Detention Center and booked on charges of resisting an officer, battery of a police officer and carrying a dangerous weapon on campus.
“I don’t want to speculate (why he was on campus carrying weapons),” Quinnelly said.

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