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August 27th

Techsters’ soccer team notches third straight win

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Louisiana Tech only had one shot on goal in the first period, but that was all they needed as it found the back of the net off the foot of forward Rosie Lethbridge to defeat Central Arkansas 1-0 in Conway, Ark.
The lone goal of the day in minute No. 17 was Lethbridge’s second of the year and came on a lead pass first from Mo Rockwell, then to Laura LeFevour who broke down right and passed across the goal for Rosie to tap it into an open net.

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LPSS provides healthy meals

Proper nutrition is crucial to living a healthy, productive life.
According to livestrong.com, a nonprofit website devoted to helping people achieve fitness and nutrition goals, poor nutrition can result in decreased brain and nervous system functioning, as well as increases in incidences of obesity, diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, heart disease, stroke and cancer.

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Playing pretend successful

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Ever heard of Brett Cohen? Nope, neither had I until very recently.
An ordinary 21-year-old college student, Cohen prophetically tapped into America’s obsession of fame and celebrity, thus pulling a huge prank on unsuspecting New Yorkers and tourist in Times Square.

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August 25th

Tech, GSU will repeat as champs

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Repeat, repeat.
Ditto for Louisiana Tech.
Ditto for Grambling State.
Yes, look for repeats on the part of both Lincoln Parish teams when talk turns to conference championships in their respective conferences for the soon-to-arrive 2012 football season.
Unless somebody raises their hand and offers a debate, I don’t see many disagreeing with such assessment for the Bulldogs and Tigers. The big story will be if they don’t — repeat, don’t — repeat as title bearers for the Western Athletic Conference and Southwestern Athletic Conference.

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RHS, Creek in jam wins

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’Cats prevail 31-8, Cougars survive 22-21
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Close for Cedar Creek High, not so much for Ruston High.
But the bottom line: both city schools were winners at the fourth annual “Jam at the Joe” at Joe Aillet Stadium on Saturday.
Thanks to an 80-yard touchdown run by running back Grant Jonkheer, then a two-point conversion pass from quarterback Mark Van to wideout Ryan Dwyer with 1:45 remaining, the Cougars nudged past Rayville 22-21.

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‘Jam at Joe’: Fun time for teams

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Coaches, players enjoy being part of preseason event

Todd Scott had heard a lot about the football fanatacism in Louisiana and he got first-hand proof on Saturday.
The former Oklahoma prep coach made his debut as head coach at Jonesboro-Hodge High at the annual “Jam at the Joe” held at Joe Aillet Stadium.

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Bulldogs, G-Men near openers

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Before you can sing either school’s alma maters, Lincoln Parish’s two football-playing universities will be kicking off their 2012 seasons.
Louisiana Tech University is less than a week away with a Thursday night duel against Texas A&M at Shreveport’s Independence Stadium and Grambling State University is set for an opening contest Sept. 1 against Alcorn State University at the same site.

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Williams, Collins honored by ‘Bayou Jamb’

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Two coaches who made a huge impact on the football program at Louisiana Tech University were honored Saturday with Lifetime Achievement Awards at the annual “Bayou Jamb” held in Monroe.
Former Bulldogs’ Head Coach A.L. Williams and ex-Tech defensive coordinator Pat Collins were recognized for their contributions to the sport and specifically for area high school programs during ceremonies at the preseason event held at Warhawks Stadium on the University of Louisiana-Monroe campus.

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Dubach revenue increases

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Council votes to roll millages forward to collect more tax monies

DUBACH — Dubach Town Council held its monthly meeting on Aug. 20, voting on resolutions that would increase its revenue, make an appointment to the Lincoln Parish Fire District and give the town authority to submit an application for a state-funded grant.
Before the official meeting convened, a required public hearing took place 15 minutes beforehand, with no comment coming from the general public. The required hearing stemmed from the increased property assessments in the town, resulting in a lower millage rate.
During the public hearing, Tina Hensley, the town clerk, explained to the council members the impact the resolutions would have on the town finances.

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An evolving plan for city

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Community provides feedback as rules change
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The city’s new zoning code in adherence with the Ruston 21 master plan is a continually transforming document.
Just one day before around 70 community members gathered at the Ruston Civic Center on Thursday for a Ruston 21 update meeting, the draft proposal underwent changes.
Rod Arroyo, president of Clearzoning, the city’s consultant for the updated code, said some of the latest changes are as follows:

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