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Bulldogs to face SFA twice

The Bulldogs are coming off of their second three-game sweep of the young season, having toppled Eastern Michigan University that many times at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park last weekend.
Tech won the opener 10-7, came back and squeaked out a 5-4 victory in the second game and then prevailed 10-0 in the finale.
It was the superb pitching of Dylan Moseley that helped power the ’Dogs to the latter win.

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Tylers big winners in my book

It’s not an easy life. The workload is heavy, but the thing is, the Tylers are trying to do what we all want to do — live out the American dream.
And for the Tylers, running a successful poultry farm is their American dream.
“This is what we want to do and the life we want,” Scott Tyler said. “It’s the country life. Hopefully we’ll be able to keep on doing this the rest of our lives and have the kids carry on after that.”

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Sports events are a win for Ruston

Local residents didn’t let the chance go to waste. For Ruston’s first time to host games of an LHSAA state basketball tournament, the city received glowing reviews.
That’s a good thing, too, because Ruston-Lincoln Convention and Visitors Bureau CEO Kyle Edmiston has hopes this year’s event can open the door to future hosting gigs for the LHSAA.

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High-profile photographer, pro-life advocate to speak

“When Samuel reacted to the touch of the surgeon, it changed everything,” he said. “(Now) I go to pro-life events and speak all the time. I saw something that I wanted to change.”
Clancy will be the featured speaker at a fundraiser banquet for Life Choices of Ruston, a local crisis pregnancy center, at 6:30 p.m. Friday in the Louisiana Tech Student Center. Tickets to the fundraiser, which includes a catered dinner, are $50 each and can be purchased at Life Choices, The Avenue Bookstore and Christ Community Church.

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