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January 1st

Rattay to take over as Tech quarterbacks coach

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Tim Rattay, the record-setting quarterback for Louisiana Tech in the late 1990s and an assistant coach in Ruston over the past three seasons, has been named the new quarterbacks coach at his alma mater.
Bulldogs head coach Skip Holtz made the announcement Thursday.

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LA Tech tennis team releases 2016 spring schedule

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Louisiana Tech head coach Chad Camper has announced the 2016 spring tennis schedule which is highlighted by 10 home matches and three against nationally-ranked opponents.
Coming off a successful fall campaign, the Lady Techsters will look to carry that momentum into the spring which opens on Jan. 23 at Nicholls State.
“It’s great to have such a challenging schedule this spring,” Camper said. “Our schedule will allow us to prepare for our conference tournament and see where we stack up versus some of the best teams in the nation.”

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Grambling State hoops teams to begin SWAC action

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Grambling State opens 2016 Southwestern Athletic Conference basketball play Saturday by playing host to Alabama A&M at the Frederick C. Hobdy Assembly Center. The women’s game will tip off at 3 p.m. followed by the men’s game starting around 5:30 p.m. Freshman guard Nigel Ribeiro (2, above left) leads the Tigers (2-9) with 13.5 points per game while junior guard Remond Brown is adding 10.5 points per game along with a team-best 5.7 rebounds per game.

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Sticking with 2016 resolutions

With the celebration of the New Year, after a fun night of fireworks and spending time with family, most residents will also make a New Year resolution.
These resolutions, according to research done by the University of Scranton in Ohio, will only be kept by 8 percent of those who make them.
However, if one is serious about fulfilling the goal, or goals, one sets that day, there are several ways it can be done.
According to Static Brain.com, the top New Year resolutions include weight loss, eating healthier and enjoying life to the fullest.

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Finding peace in parish park

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Happy New Year.
I’ve never been one for New Year’s resolutions. The point of setting a goal that I’m not really going to keep escapes me. Now, I know there are people who set their New Year resolutions, make plans and keep them. I’ll be the first to pat those people on the back.
However, this year, I have decided that starting 2016 on the right foot — that is in the state of mind that would allow me to accomplish any goals I may set for myself — is the best way to begin a new year.

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