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April 26th, 2014

G-Men win at Southern

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Yariel Medina (3) and the Grambling State Tigers split a doubleheader at Southern Saturday, winning 6-3 and losing 6-5. The teams will play the final game of the series at 1 p.m. today in a game that will be televised by Cox Sports Television.

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Tech golf team heads to C-USA championships

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Louisiana Tech’s golf team enters the postseason this week as the 2014 Conference USA Golf Championship tees off today at Oak Tree Country Club in Edmond, Okla.
The 14 C-USA men’s golf teams will play 18 holes per day on the East Championship Course, a 7,100-yard Pete Dye design, which also annually hosts the Oklahoma State Championships.
The three-day championship will be held through Tuesday. While every course the Bulldogs have played on this season has been a par-72 challenge, Oak Tree’s two courses both play to a par 70.

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Book sees special way of life eroding

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My career as a writer had its genesis way back in 1972 when Uncle Zeke from Beaver Creek was born on the pages of Homer’s Guardian Journal. I’d like to say I was the first in my family to see my articles published. I’d like to, but I can’t. My little sister, Linda Dupree, beat me to it. As a teen, she had her Just Ramblin’ column appearing weekly in the Winn Parish Enterprise a couple of years before Uncle Zeke made his appearance.

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TV series on life in delta to begin Wednesday

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Louisiana Public Broadcasting will broadcast the complete “Alive! In America’s Delta” series beginning at 7 p.m. Wednesday with the premiere of the “Life on the Edge” episode.
The six-part series presents a behind the scenes look at Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) biologists, enforcement agents and technicians working to responsibly manage and protect the state’s abundant natural resources.
“LPB’s skilled production team has done a remarkable job showcasing our dedicated staff and the mission they serve,” said LDWF Secretary Robert Barham.

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Fatal crash in Union Parish

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At 6:20 a.m., Friday troopers assigned to Louisiana State Police Troop F responded to a two vehicle fatal crash on Louisiana Highway 15 north of Louisiana Highway 549.
The preliminary investigation revealed that a 2000 Chevrolet Silverado, driven by 26-year-old Richard Stanley of Farmerville, was traveling south on Louisiana Highway 15 when it crossed into the northbound lane and struck a 2014 Freightliner 18-wheeler, driven by 35-year-old Cedric Williams of Vicksburg, Miss., that was traveling north on Louisiana Highway 15.

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Optometrists endorse HM 1065, SB 568

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I am writing in support of HB 1065 and SB 568, companion legislative bills that will give patients greater access to quality eye care in Louisiana.

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Keeping busy, finding some Godly wisdom

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As I look out my window, I see storm clouds gathering. We have a tornado watch. Here’s hoping it blows over, but I thought I’d better do this now just in case it gets really rough.
Tomorrow evening is my deadline, but I am going to be super busy all day tomorrow and tomorrow evening, so want to get ahead of the game.
How’s this schedule for a 93-year-old?

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Tech’s Master of Health Informatics receives accreditation

Louisiana Tech University’s Master of Health Informatics (MHI) program, housed in the College of Applied and Natural Sciences’ Department of Health Informatics and Information Management, has been awarded initial accreditation following a rigorous review from the Commission on Accreditation for Health Information Management Education (CAHIIM).

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Celebrating love, health, philanthropy

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Lincoln Parish and area residents have been enjoying a variety of social activities recently.
In March, RE/MAX Results Realty held the inaugural Color Me For a Cure 5k, which the Northeast Louisiana Affiliate of Susan G. Komen announced as a huge success. The event raised more than $54,000, and had 1,514 reregistered participants. Runners were covered in color as they ran through Ruston.
On Monday, the business and medical communities came together to celebrate the completion of the new location for Alpine Guest Care. Residents will move into the facility today.

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Photos From Left To Right
Musician Monty Russell provided entertainment for the crowd as they dined on hors d’oeuvres served by Portico Bar and Grill.
Leader photos by BRIANA ARRINGTON
Mary Poe with KXKZ chats with Libby Landry. Libby and her husband, Jeff, own Landry’s vineyard in West Monroe where they make a variety of homemade wines. The Landry’s provided free samples of some of their best selections at the event.

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