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November 19th

Kostelka challenges Tech grads

By Sharon Moore
Staff Writer
Louisiana Tech University held its fall commencement at 2 p.m., Saturday inside the Thomas Assembly Center.
Tech President Dan Reneau said the service went well.
“This is a happy occasion,” he said. “There were 399 graduates, and it was a nice, timely commencement.”
Commencement speaker for the ceremony State Senator Robert W. Kostelka, R-Monroe, said he noticed how young some of the graduates were.
“The graduates were beaming with pride and happiness,” Kostelka said. “It made my day to see that.”

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Kostelka challenges Tech grads

By Sharon Moore
Staff Writer
Louisiana Tech University held its fall commencement at 2 p.m., Saturday inside the Thomas Assembly Center.
Tech President Dan Reneau said the service went well.
“This is a happy occasion,” he said. “There were 399 graduates, and it was a nice, timely commencement.”
Commencement speaker for the ceremony State Senator Robert W. Kostelka, R-Monroe, said he noticed how young some of the graduates were.
“The graduates were beaming with pride and happiness,” Kostelka said. “It made my day to see that.”

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November 14th

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November 2nd

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Cox sells Lincoln Parish markets

The sale does not include Cox systems in the New Orleans, Baton Rouge and Lafayette areas, company spokesman Gene Regan said Wednesday morning from his Tyler, Texas office. A sale price was not disclosed.
Cebridge Connections, which is operated by St. Louis-based telecommunications provider Cequel III LLC, also will be taking over some Cox cable systems in Texas, North Carolina, California and Arkansas. About 900,000 basic cable subscribers will see a change of provider.

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Water, water everywhere

Then I talked with some other people who gave me different slants on such a project. Most notable among these was Ben McGee, supervisory hydrologist for the United States Geological Survey.

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October 30th

Ruston opens arms to Tulane

He'll gather each Tuesday with area media representatives to talk about the week's previous game and the upcoming test for the Green Wave.
And seldom has there been a time in which the seventh-year leader of the Conference USA program hasn't failed to mention how appreciative he and his staff, players and entire school have been over the graciousness of Ruston and Louisiana Tech University.
They realize the goodness and lending hand that has been extended by so many people within our city and at the university.

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RPAR must maintiain its focus

At next month's meeting, further discussion is scheduled with the board slated to come up with a recommendation to take to the city council.
RPAR Director Wes Barton has brought in the right type of attitude — some programs need rate increases, while others need to be reexamined and possibly lowered.
The major concern right now at RPAR is whether its three big facilities — the Eddie McLane Recreation Center, Bobby James Gym and Greenwood Recreation Center — are being rented at the right prices.

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Early detection vital to survival

Women over 40 should annually receive a mammogram, women in their twenties and thirties should get a clinical breast exam at least every three years, and all women should perform monthly self-exams. Those at high risk should discuss with their doctors when they should begin having mammograms.
High risk factors include increased age, women who have had a breast biopsy or women who have a first-degree relative, such as a sister or mother, who have had breast cancer.

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