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Planning and creativity key to funding retirement

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Question: I am self-employed as a small business owner. I do not think our business is going to grow dramatically, but our income is consistent. After paying my salary and the expenses of the business, I have just enough to fund my retirement plan. What’s the secret to squeezing more blood out of this turnip?

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NFL free agency will be quick and wild affair

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It will be one of the most intense races of all time.
And probably a little crazy, too.
NFL free agency, once the league lockout officially ends and players and owners get back to business, will be a scramble unlike anything ever seen before. A process that usually takes months to fall into place will have to be done in a matter of days. Don’t be surprised to see some crazy moves made before the season begins.

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Mineral Springs wins championship

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Mineral Springs was the champion of the Church League in the 2011 softball program hosted by the Ruston Parks and Recreation Department at the J.C. Love Athletic Complex. Members of the squad included (bottom row, from left) Chris Andrews, Kelly Bagwell, Dustin Taylor, Justin Johnson (back row, from left), Tyler Cobb, Cade Leggett, Lance Bilberry, Heath Bilberry, Landon Pender, Mark Taylor, Lyle Rollinson and Gene Posey.

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McGehee, McDonald tops at RCC

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If the last name started with “Mc,” then it meant a championship performance at the recent Ruston Country Club Classic.
It was McDonald and McGehee who captured top honors in the annual tourney recently held at the nine-hole course.
Kade McDonald and Doug McGehee finished No. 1 in the championship flight, ahead of Jamie Roberts and Neal Carter.

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McWilliams, Tolliver win Festival title

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Robby McWilliams and B.J. Tolliver were champions of the scratch division and the father-son duo of Jean Hall and Lance Hall took top honors in the members’ division of the recently held Louisiana Peach Festival Squire Creek golf tournament held at the Tom Fazio-designed course in Choudrant.

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BAC team: District success

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The Bulldog Aquatic Club posted its highest finish in the three-year history of the program at the Louisiana State Long Course swimming championships recently held in New Orleans.
With 11 swimmers qualifying for the meet, the Ruston contingent finished in the No. 15 position from among the 22 teams competing statewide, with 14-year-old Morgan Meyer and 11-year-old Jackson Boersma leading the way.

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