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December 28th

Lady Tigers to face UK

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Grambling senior forward Victoya Ricks (00) is averaging 11.1 points and 8.1 rebounds per contest heading into today’s game at the sixth-ranked University of Kentucky. GSU enters the game at 3-7 while the Wildcats are 11-1.

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2014 La. Sports Hall of Fame class announced

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Former Lady Techster Venus Lacy among induction group members
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NATCHITOCHES — Former Lady Techster and Olympic gold medalist Venus Lacy, who helped Louisiana Tech win the 1988 women’s basketball national championship, LSU product Alan Faneca, a nine-time Pro Bowl selection, and All-Star pitcher Shane Reynolds and and headline the eight-member 2014 Induction Class to be enshrined June 21 in the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame.

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Lady Techsters release 2014 softball slate

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Louisiana Tech released its 2014 softball schedule on Monday and the 56-game slate features four tournaments, including a six-team home event to open the season, and a road contest against defending national champion Oklahoma.
Tech hosts the Lady Techster Invitational and will also participate in road tournaments hosted by the University of Texas, the University of Arkansas and Louisiana-Monroe

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2014 LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL SCHEDULE

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Date Opponent Time
Feb. 7-9 LA Tech Softball Tournament
Feb. 7 Tennessee-Martin 9 a.m.
Feb. 7 UT-Martin vs. St. Louis 11:15 a.m.
Feb. 7 St. Louis vs. Houston Baptist 1:30 p.m.
Feb 7 Houston Baptist vs. Wichita St. 3:45 p.m.
Feb. 7 Wichita St vs. Jackson St. 6 p.m.
Feb. 7 Jackson State 8:15 p.m.
Feb. 8 Jackson State vs. Houston Baptist 9 a.m.
Feb. 8 Houston Baptist vs. UT-Martin 11:15 a.m.
Feb. 8 UT-Martin vs. Wichita St. 1:30 p.m.
Feb. 8 Wichita State 3:45 p.m.
Feb. 8 St. Louis 6 p.m.

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Religious renderings

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Church sketches on display at parish museum
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The Lincoln Parish Museum has received a new donation and display that will be up through early March.
James White, a Ruston native, is responsible for drawing the 78 different churches that are on display.
“I started drawing the churches in 1990,” he said. “Once I retired from (Louisiana) Tech (University) in 1995, it was my wife Donna who really pushed me to finish.”

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Safeguarding area students

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One day, Lincoln Parish Superintendent Danny Bell believes the school system will be able to look at a screen and tell exactly where every student in the school system is located.
While that day is likely far off, Bell said the school system is continually looking to upgrade the school security systems.

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Psychologists offer tips to lessen stress during the upcoming year

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With 2014 right around the corner, many people are looking to improve their lives by bettering themselves physically, mentally and emotionally.
One New Year’s resolution many people have is to better manage their stress level next year. Local psychologists John Fergusson and Damion Cummins are offering tips to manage the stress that comes with everyday life.
Cummins, of Cummins Counseling, said there are six tips to managing stress levels:
• Know the difference between good stress and bad stress.

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Working on the weekend

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Louisiana Tech may be out for winter break, but workers demolishing the Caruthers Dormitory building were hard at it Saturday as their work continued. Pictured in the foreground is a worker cleaning dust and small debris off of Tech Drive as the demolition process continued. Plans are to leave the area that once contained Caruthers and Neilson Dorms as a green space.

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Area 2013 fall GSU graduates announced

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Several hundred students graduated from Grambling State University during the fall quarter. Local students are listed below by degree and hometown:
• Associate of Science in Child Development: Grambling — Samantha Dimmer; Jonesboro — Adrian Kary; Ruston — Sharon Goldsmith.
• Bachelor of Arts in Art: Ruston — Demetrius Harris and Marantz Moon.
• Bachelor of Arts in English, General and Bachelor of Arts in History: Grambling — Gaquez Jackson.

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Local children collaborate with area artist on creative experience

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Lincoln ACHIEVE recently built upon the success of its partnership with Northeast Louisiana artist Frank Kelley Jr. to bring his new “Geometrics Through the Arts” project to students throughout the district. The exciting new initiative allowed a small group of students from seven different schools to engage in a collaborative creative experience that exceeded all expectations.

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