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July 08 07:04 AM
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July 08 07:04 AM
"I am so happy for Seth because I know how much he has done over the years. When he is not in the playing season, he is working out at Centenary or talking baseball in my office," said Centenary head baseball coach Mike Diaz. "I told him this morning how proud we are of him, and he has earned every ounce of success he has garnered thus far.
July 08 07:04 AM
Technical College. They will receive funds from the endowed named scholarships that provide income without using the principal of the fund that created the scholarship. The Foundation has awarded about $819,000 in scholarships since it began in 1969..
July 08 07:04 AM
Last Friday, the City of Shreveport dedicated the 100 through the 1100 blocks of Allen Avenue in honor of Dr. C.O. Simpkins. The ceremony was held at the corner of Allen Avenue and Weinstock Street. Dr. Simpkins is being honored for his civil rights activities, his political involvement and his general efforts to make Shreveport and better place to live.
July 01 05:29 AM
Over 3,500 runners will compete for $2,000 in prize money in the Firecracker 5K Race for Research Monday, July 4. The race begins and finishes in the Mall St. Vincent parking lot and winds through the historic South Highlands neighborhood. The kids’ half -mile fun run will begin at 7:30 a.
July 01 05:29 AM
Dr. Haynes came to Vivian to visit the then-new hospital in 1966. He was met by local businessmen and his future director of nurses, Billie Hindsman. It was soon decided that Dr. Haynes and his family would make Vivian their home. Haynes and his wife, Sue, raised their three children in the community.
July 01 05:29 AM
Montgomery was a teacher and coach at Huntington High School and served there as assistant principal from 1970-82. He was principal at the school from 1982-88 and was elected to the state legislature in 1988. He retired as an educator following his election.
July 01 05:29 AM
Sheriff Arbuckle is the only DeSoto Parish sheriff to be elected to five consecutive terms of the Office. He looks forward to continuing the work on behalf of the citizens of DeSoto Parish and would like to thank everyone for their continued support..
July 01 05:29 AM
Unfazed by the competition and pressure, it was Benton Middle School that walked away with the championship title for the second year in a row, and not just in one division, but both. Benton Middle won back-to-back World Championship honors in the bullseye and 3D competitions.
June 24 11:13 AM
"We were excited and humbled to receive the news of this generous gift," says Centenary President David Rowe. "Though this alumnus did not seek any public recognition, he has made an immediate and concrete impact on Centenary. His love for and loyalty to the college will speak loudly for many generations of Centenary students.

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