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November 11th, 2013

Miss Tech 2014: Senior English major crowned

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Meagan Lee, a senior English major from Delhi, was crowned Miss Louisiana Tech 2014 on Thursday night.
Lee, who plans to pursue a master’s in education after she graduates, said she is excited about serving her university.
“I’ve waited so long to have the opportunity to represent the university with the Miss Tech title that I don’t want to waste a second of my year,” Lee said. “Of course, I’ll also begin preparation for Miss Louisiana in June. I’ve competed there three times before.”
Being named Miss Louisiana Tech, Lee said, was an honor.

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Police eye new gear

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LiDAR gun would be free for Grambling officers to use

The board of aldermen for the city of Grambling met in regular session Thursday night to hear comments about the possibility of new police equipment.
Monica Wolfe, of LaTech Solutions — a company based out of Baton Rouge, and Mark Hutchinson spoke to the aldermen about new equipment the city’s police department could possibly utilize.
Wolfe and Hutchinson explained to the council how this new LiDAR gun worked.

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Ruston man killed in Jackson crash

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At 9:46 a.m. Saturday, Troopers assigned to Louisiana State Police Troop F responded to a single vehicle fatal crash on Lakeshore Drive south of Louisiana Highway 4 in Jackson Parish.
The preliminary investigation revealed that 2013 Harley-Davidson motorcycle, driven by 42-year-old Daniel Tully, of Ruston, was traveling south on Lakeshore Drive when it drove off the right side of the road and struck a utility pole.

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The Depot serves up hot cups of charity

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Residents who need a little morning — or evening — pick-me-up, now have a new place to grab a cup of Joe a few days each week.
The Depot, which is a ministry of the First Baptist Church college department, has been open since the first part of September, and offers residents a chance to do good by drinking coffee.
Justin Shipley, who has served as the FBC college minister for the past two years, said he saw other churches with similar ministries and really wanted to offer something different to the community.

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Pet of the week

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Submitted photo- This is Betsy. She is a seemingly sweet girl who loves to run and play. She is friendly, loving and gets along with other dogs. With a wonderful personality she would make a great family dog. She especially loves to be inside but she is used to being outside at the shelter. Betsy is black and white about 2 and a half years old and has never had a home. Betsy’s adoption fee is waived because of a woman’s love for her, but the lady could not adopt her. Call 251-DOGS today for more information. Come see all the dogs 290 Rodeo Road. The office is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Birthday Fellowship Club meets

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Pictured left to right are Marietta Holloway, Rose Diagle, volunteer worker of the Domestic Abuse Resistance Team, Marguerite Williams and Yvonne Martin.
Guest speaker for the club was Diagle.

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Bearcats, Cougars learn playoff foes

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Ruston plays host to Natchitoches Central on Friday, Creek begins with bye
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Ruston and Cedar Creek will both start the 2013 state football playoffs at home.
But only one will play a game this week.
That’s because with the first year of a select and non-select split in the postseason, some district foes will not be in the same brackets for the playoffs and some divisions such as select Division I has only 10 teams in the postseason to begin with.
Because of the small number of teams in the select divisions and in Class 1A, some teams, including Cedar Creek, will get a bye into the second round of the playoffs.

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1973 National Champion Bulldogs honored

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Louisiana Tech University recognized the 40th anniversary of its 1973 national championship football team during Saturday’s game against Southern Mississippi at Joe Aillet Stadium. Pictured are some of the members of that team along with former coaches, staff members, family and others, including Ruston Daily Leader Executive Sports Editor O.K. Buddy Davis (center), who covered that championship season.

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Tech volleyball falls to UAB

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In the team’s final home match of the season, Louisiana Tech fell victim to the UAB Blazers, 3-0 (25-18, 25-20, 25-19), Sunday afternoon in the Thomas Assembly Center.
In three competitive sets, UAB (19-12, 6-6 C-USA) edged Tech (7-20, 1-11 C-USA) with a .147 hitting percentage and 12 more kills than the Lady Techsters as a whole.
The Blazers were led by Sara Rishell, who posted 10 kills, a .529 attacking percentage and a team-leading seven total blocks on the day.

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S. Carolina tops Lady Techsters

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COLUMBIA, S.C. — Freshman guard JaQuan Jackson scored 13 points in her collegiate debut to lead Louisiana Tech in its 68-45 season-opening loss at 21st ranked South Carolina Sunday afternoon at the Colonial Life Arena.
Head coach Teresa Weatherspoon’s team played the Gamecocks without the services of three projected starters who didn’t make the trip due to academic reasons. Despite dressing out only eight players, Tech (0-1) battled throughout the afternoon before falling in the opener.

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