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October 22nd, 2014

Artist lends a hand to GSU band

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Larry Pannell, head of the music department, head band director and associate professor at Grambling State University recently signed several prints of artist Frank Kelley’s, pictured right, work featuring the GSU World-Famed Tiger Marching Band. Kelley will auction off these pieces to help raise money for the band and the university. Proceeds from the sale of each print will go to the band. For more information contact Harmona Epps at 504-628-8754.

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Mayor sets Nov. 7 as Pancake Day

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Mayor Dan Hollingsworth presented Kiwanis Club of Ruston President Pam Jones with a proclamation recently officially designating Nov. 7 as Kiwanis Pancake Day. The proclamation said that “Kiwanis Pancake Day has been heartily celebrated in Ruston ... for several years and continues to draw crowds.” Additionally, it cited the various ways the money raised benefits the local community. Pancake Day tickets are currently on sale for $7 for the event to take place from 6:30-9 a.m. and 4:30-7 p.m. at the Ruston Civic Center.

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Club News: Littera Club, Long Leaf Pine Chapter DAR

The Littera Club met Oct. 1 in the Community Trust Bank meeting room with 23 members present. The hostesses, Ruth Wall, Gloria Gullatt and Joan Gordon, used a fall theme for their decorations and food.
After President Teri Fulton called the meeting to order, Mildred Tuten led the club in the Pledge of Allegiance and club Collect.

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Library honors local veterans

On Nov. 11, as a community and a country, we take a few moments to recognize the sacrifices that our service personnel have made for our freedom and safety.
It is easy to remember veterans on this day, however, Lincoln Parish stepped up last year to say that one day is not enough for those who were willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for their country.
Last year, more than 100 local veterans were honored through the inaugural year of a month long “Hall of Heroes” at the Lincoln Parish Library.

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Politics take odd turn near election

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The same week that Gov. Bobby Jindal said it was officially OK for teachers to complain about Louisiana’s use of the Common Core standards, six of the nine men who want to be the 5th Congressional District’s next representative came to a meeting of the North Central Louisiana TEA Party.
It’s the oddity of each event that unites them.

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4-H has it all, not just livestock

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Photography, Bicycle Adventures, Lift Off, Micro Magicians, See Them Sprout, Play the Role ...can you believe these are 4-H projects that any 9 to 19-year-old can participate in when they become a member of the largest youth organization in the world?
That’s right, today’s 4-H has a different face than the one of years ago. Yes, if you’re a 4-H’er, you can still raise a goat, rabbit, cow, lamb, horse or pig, but 4-H is much more than just livestock. We offer something for everyone.

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Tech talks preventing domestic abuse

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It’s become a too-common occurrence over the past couple of years — much negative press involving athletes being accused of domestic violence.
Tuesday night, with the help of DART (Domestic Abuse Resistance Team) of Ruston, Louisiana Tech University’s athletics department took a proactive approach to try to stop such problems before they ever again.
An estimated 323 Tech student athletes attended a seminar on domestic violence led by DART community advocate Terri Queen Autrey and a panel of five men well known in the world of North Louisiana and Tech athletics.

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Smoking the links

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CHOUDRANT — Louisiana Tech junior Victor Lange birdied nine of his last 11 holes and set or tied multiple records with a 10-under-par 62 round to force a playoff for the individual title in the final round of the Jim Rivers Intercollegiate hosted by Louisiana Tech at Squire Creek Country Club in Choudrant Tuesday.

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Bulldogs’ Pinson earns national accolades

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DALLAS — Recognition for Terrell Pinson’s standout performance against the University of Texas-San Antonio continued to come rolling in Tuesday as the senior was named the Bronko Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week.

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Tech bowlers finish 10th

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NEW ORLEANS — The Lady Techsters had three bowlers finish in the top 50, as Louisiana Tech placed 10th this weekend at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Collegiate Bowling Invitational, which was hosted by Tulane.
Tech went 4-8 in the win-loss column over the course of the three day invitational as head coach Jerry Miles and the Lady Techsters faced off against four teams ranked in the preseason Top 20, including the defending national champions, Sam Houston State, who went on to win the tournament this weekend with an 11-1 record.

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