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April 29th, 2016

Cougars set for quarterfinals

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Mary Kate Pardue and the second-seeded Cedar Creek Cougars will take on seventh-seeded Vermilion Catholic at noon today in quarterfinals play of the Class 1A high school softball playoffs in Sulphur. Semifinals and the championship game are set for Saturday.

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Tech golfer Lange honored

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For Victor Lange, the celebrations continue. A day after the Louisiana Tech senior helped the Bulldogs to their first conference championship since 1980, Lange was named to the Conference USA All-Tournament Team.
Lange finished 54 holes of stroke play tied for the individual lead with Alabama-Birmingham’s Tayler Eyster at 7-under-par 209 as he carded a 7-under 65 over the final round to move up to a tie for the top spot. Lange would eventually fall in a playoff hole to Eyster.

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Baseball playoffs to resume

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Tyler Nutt (above) and the 26th-seeded Ruston High School Bearcats return to Class 5A baseball playoff action at 6 p.m. today as they begin a best-of-three series at No. 10 seed Zachary. Jace Moss (below) and the ninth-seeded Cedar Creek Cougars hit the field for Class 1A action at noon Saturday as they play at No. 8 St. Martin’s Episcopal. In Class B, seventh-seeded Choudrant will take on No. 23 seed Hornbeck at 3 p.m. Saturday.

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April 28th

Crime lab matches DNA evidence

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The prosecution in the case against alleged rapist Cameron Mays rested during Wednesday’s court proceedings.

Prosecutor Mike Ruddick alleged that Mays, on or about June 4, 2012, committed aggravated rape, aggravated kidnapping and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Beginning at 9 a.m. today defense attorney James Buckley will begin his portion of the case.

Testimonies during the morning portion of Wednesday’s trial included that of Ruston Police Department investigator Clint Williams, who tied accused rapist Mays to the residence where the victim was allegedly assaulted.

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CHS drama club presents dual productions

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At 7 p.m. on Friday, members of the Choudrant High School Drama Club will gather backstage in the auditorium to prepare to put on two different plays for the public.
Jane Wallace, drama club sponsor at Choudrant High School, said the reason these two one-act plays — “Antigone Now” and “What I Want to Say But Never Will” were selected was because of their theme.
“I mainly chose ‘Antigone Now’ to continue doing classic plays, and I choose the other because it goes along the same theme of teenagers speaking out against social pressures,” she said.

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Tech leads Cyber Education program

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The Louisiana Tech University’s Science and Technology Education Center in the College of Education will lead an online Cyber Education program for K-12 educators.

In a partnership with the Cyber Innovation Center, 5013c nonprofit corporation dedicated to cyber research in Bossier City, the 100 percent online program will help teach future computer science teachers.

Twenty-seven teachers from Louisiana, Arkansas and South Carolina have enrolled in the first course offering this spring.

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Keeping pets in mind during summer months

Milo and Otis have become as much a part of most people’s families as biological children, and while many people see to it to take extra precautions for their pets there are always a few needed reminders.

As a pet owner, or even a pet sitter, one should not even for a minute — not even with the car running and air conditioner on —on a warm day leave a pet inside a vehicle.

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Adopt-A-School sets high bar

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Small acts, when multiplied by thousands of Lincoln Parish students and businesses, can transform the community.
Obviously Adopt-A-School program members understand this to be true.
Those partnerships are made possible through the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce and Lincoln Parish ACHIEVE’s Adopt-A-School program.
The program partners a local business with one or more Lincoln Parish schools to benefit the school or community.
Some of the milestones Adopt-A-School achieved this school year include:

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Winners announced during Adopt-A-School Celebration

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Winners for the eighth annual Adopt-A-School End-of-Year Celebration and Luncheon were announced Tuesday. Photo left: From left are Brenda Brister, Choudrant Elementary School, fourth place; Patrice Hilton, Hillcrest Elementary School, grand prize; Britten Oubre, Ruston High School, fifth place; Michelle Thrower, Cypress Springs Elementary School, second place; Sheri Robken, I.A. Lewis School, third place.

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Students fly in hot air balloon after testing

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Third grade news
Cypress Springs’ third graders have been busy. Students are reading the book “Because of Winn Dixie.” All students agree this is the best book they have read this year. They cannot wait to see how the book ends. As a special treat, all third graders will be traveling to Celebrity Theatres to watch the book come to life on the big screen. They will compare how the book and the movie were similar and how they were different.

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