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November 24th, 2014

LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE
167 NORTH SELF STORAGE pursuant to LA R.S. 9:4759, notice is hereby given that 167 NORTH SELF STORAGE, located at 5568 Highway 167 N, Ruston, LA 71270, will sell at auction the following described properties located in unit indicated and leased to person so named:
Hayes, Kenneth
313 N. Bernard St.
Ruston, LA 71270
Unit no. B055
Bicycle, box spring, mattress, dresser coffee table, end table, fishing poles, tv, clothes, misc.

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November 22nd

Dunkin’ Dogs 2-0 in tourney play

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Michale Kyser became the all-time leader for career blocks as Louisiana Tech cruised past American, 63-44, in the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic on Saturday night at the Thomas Assembly Center.
The Bulldogs and Eagles traded blows in the first 15 minutes before a quick 11-2 run propelled the Bulldogs to a 12-point lead, a lead they would hold on to for the remainder of the game.
American gained momentum closing the margin to eight with 11 minutes remaining in the second half. However, Louisiana Tech would respond immediately with a 19-6 run over the next 10 minutes to seal the victory.

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Lady Tigers shoot down Pilots

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Bre’Nae Andrews (13) scored six points for Grambling State Saturday as the Lady Tigers moved to 2-2 with a 67-58 home win over LSU-Shreveport. Mariah Gilliam came off the bench to scrore 15 for GSU while Grambling’s Yosha Watson led all scorers with 19.

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GSU’s Fobbs named Eddie Robinson Award finalist

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. —Grambling State University’s first year head coach Broderick Fobbs has made waves in his inaugural season and is getting noticed. TheSportsNetwork has announced Fobbs as one of the 20 finalist for the 2014 Eddie Robinson Award.
Fobbs, a 1997 graduate of Grambling State, played under the awards legendary namesake, where he was a two-time team captain and honor roll student. Since taking the helm, he has brought a team that finished in last place with a 1-10 record to competing for a division title.

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Grambling has had remarkable season

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Grambling State University football fans, reflect back on this time a year ago.
Then again, please don’t, because why get gloomy over one of the most forgettable periods in the program’s history?
Besides, there are so many nice things to think about in this 2014 season.
The Tigers have made one of the most impressive turnarounds of any team —regardless of the division — in the country.
Entering a regular season-ending battle against rival Southern on Nov. 29, Grambling has a 7-4 record and a share of the Western Division lead in the Southwestern Athletic Conference.

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‘Big Cat’ Ladd finally getting Hall honor

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A varied helping of sports notes with your Sunday morning cup of coffee:

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Tech overtaken in overtime

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NORFOLK, Va. — Kenneth Dixon ran for 106 yards and a touchdown and eclipsed the 3,000 yard rushing mark in his career, but the celebrations were muted in a 30-27 overtime loss at Old Dominion’s Foreman Field on Saturday.
Louisiana Tech (7-4, 6-1 C-USA) dropped its first league game of the season as it struggled to contain Old Dominion’s Taylor Heinicke in the second half and overtime as the Bulldogs could not hold on to a 24-14 halftime lead.

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Teaming up against ALS

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As a Louisiana Tech offensive lineman in the 1970s, Ken Serpas learned the meaning and benefits of teamwork.
His son Dustin learned all about teamwork years later as center for the Ruston High School football team, snapping the ball to Ben Alsup.
And now Alsup will be helping to provide some teamwork next weekend as he conducts a baseball clinic benefiting Ken Serpas on Saturday at the Ruston High School baseball field.

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Lady Techsters topped at Louisiana-Lafayette

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Louisiana-Lafayette built an 18-point first-half lead and then held off a furious Louisiana Tech rally as the Ragin’ Cajuns defeated the Lady Techsters 58-55 before 487 fans at Earl K. Long Gym Saturday afternoon.
Tech fought all the way back from the deficit and tied the game with 3:15 to play on a 3-pointer by Chrisstasia Walter. However, a couple of costly turnovers down the stretch cost Tech as the Ragin’ Cajuns pulled off their first win in program history over Tech.

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McGehee downs 10-point in Union Parish

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When Downsville’s Doug McGehee, age 62, purchased a 100-acre tract a mile from his Union Parish home, his plan was to convert the property into a place he could eventually sit in a deer stand with his seven grandchildren.
“I built a stand a full 6 by 6 feet to have room for me and a grandchild or two,” McGehee said.
On Nov. 15, with the temperature hovering in the mid-20s, McGehee was hunting the commodious box stand alone when he put the pop on a big 10-point buck rough scoring 142 inches.

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