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Bulldogs on draft radar

The first-unit All-WAC member who also made the league’s All-Tournament club ranked No. 8 in batting average among conference players. He was No. 2 in home runs for conference players and shared the No. 2 slot for total bases with 168.

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Clock ticking for higher ed

The timeline is tight and the gap between the two versions of the budget is large. Jindal said he expects negotiations to go into the final days of the session that must end by June 25.
In May, the House approved a $27.9 billion budget for the new year that begins July 1 that contained deeper cuts to public colleges, health programs and government jobs than the $28.7 billion budget approved by the Senate last week.

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Prep baseball tourneys will benefit Ruston

The Ruston-Lincoln Convention and Visitors Bureau deserves credit for recruiting this event and others like it to Ruston. It’s a way to bring people into our community and make them feel welcome while experiencing the benefit of local sales at hotels, gas stations, shops, restaurants and tourist attractions.
The success other regional sports events have had in Ruston was one of the factors that helped the city win its most recent tournament.

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Festival highlights history, heritage

Greater Grambling Chamber of Commerce President Barbara McIntyre said the festival is more than just a pageant, hamburgers and barbecue — the events are steeped in tradition. To showcase that feeling of tradition, the festival gets under way this year at 5:30 p.m. June 17 at Grambling Memorial Park with an old-fashioned campground prayer meeting conducted by the Rev. Leon Whittaker.

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