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Archive - Apr 22, 2011

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Tech Shell Eco-car a winner for everyone

When Louisiana Tech University wins at something, we all win.

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Negative perceptions of spill linger

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We’re officially a year removed from the BP Gulf of Mexico oil spill disaster.

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Letters to the Editor

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The Ruston Daily Leader welcomes letters to the editor from Lincoln Parish residents about issues or concerns of interest in our community. Two-party letters, copies of letters to other publications, or examples of creative prose or poetry will not be accepted for publication as letters. Anonymous letters will not be considered. The publisher reserves the right to edit or refuse publication any letter.
Letters, editorial cartoons and other submitted matter do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the publisher. All editorials are the opinion of the publisher.

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Student journalists still learning

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You know what grinds my gears? Students who constantly complain about the newspaper.

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RHS sweeps 3-4A crowns

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Did Ruston High leave any doubt as to who has the best track and field program in District 3-4A this season?

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’Cats seek title

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However favored they might be, Head Coach Toby White and his Ruston High baseball team are taking a cautious approach to this weekend’s District 3-4A series against Franklin Parish.

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Choudrant earns quarterfinal slot

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Choudrant High’s softball team is going back to Sulphur.

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Tech tennis enjoying super season

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With a win or a loss in its final tennis match of the regular season on Saturday, for the first time since 1996, the Louisiana Tech women’s tennis team will finish the season with a winning record.

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Bulldogs fall, 18-0

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SAN JOSE, Calif. — San Jose State scored three runs in the first and never looked back as the Spartans shout Louisiana Tech 18-0 in a run-rule decision on Thursday night at Municipal Stadium.

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Tech’s White, assistants ready to work

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All the while they were dining on some ribs and the trimmings from Dowling’s Smokehouse Thursday, the newest members of Louisiana Tech University’s athletic coaching staff were probably devising a game plan for the 2010-11 season.

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