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Glenbrook High School Graduation 2019
Law enforcement to enforce ‘Click it or Ticket’ STAFF REPORT Minden Press-Herald
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Glenbrook High School’s graduating Class of 2019 participated in their commencement ceremony at First Baptist Church in Minden Thursday.
B-52 bomber removed from ‘boneyard’ to return to service TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — A B-52H bomber built in the early 1960s and put into retirement in an U.S. Air Force “boneyard” in the Arizona desert over 10 years ago is returning to service. A crew on Tuesday flew the plane nicknamed “Wise Guy” to Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana from Tucson where it had been in a sprawling aircraft storage area at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. Officials said it was the bomber’s first flight since 2008 and only the second time that a B-52H has taken from the storage area and returned to service. It took months of work to make the bomber airworthy again, and additional restoration work is required to put it back in service. The bomber will replace one destroyed in a 2016 fire at a base in Guam.
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Cropper said. “If you are not wearing your seatbelt you will be ticketed.” Area law enforcement wants About 61 percent of drivers to remind motorists to “Click It do not wear their seatbelts at Or Ticket.” In order to enforce night, which is when the mathis reminder, area law en- jority of unbelted fatalities ocforcement will be stepping up cur. enforcement beginning “The purpose [of this May 20, 2019. effort] is to get every“Our officers will be one in the vehicle to enforcing these laws,” wear seatbelts,” Dixie said Minden Chief of Inn Police Chief James Police Steve Cropper. Edwards said. As part of the naLaw enforcement tional Click it or Ticket will write citations campaign, the Mindday and night with en Police Department, CROPPER a zero-tolerance apWebster Parish Sheriff’s proach.“We are deterOffice, Dixie Inn Police Department, Springhill Police mined to bring those numbers Department, along with agen- down,” Cropper said. “There cies around the country, will are too many people that are be stepping up their efforts dying on the roads, and many May 20 - June 2 as a part of a of those deaths could have larger, national Click It Or Tick- been prevented if people took the simple step of wearing et mobilization. “Memorial Day weekend their seatbelts.” “Make sure everyone is kicks off the summer vacation season and we want to make wearing their seatbelts in your sure everyone arrives at their vehicle and avoid a ticket,” Eddestination safe and sound,” wards added.
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Graduates of the North Webster High School Class of 2019 toss their caps into the air as a celebration of the completion of their high school careers. Approximately 126 seniors participated in the commencement ceremony Thursday night at the football stadium.
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The Greater Minden Chamber, in partnership with Northwest Louisiana Technical College, City of Minden, and the Coordinating Development Corporation, will be hosting a job fair and career expo on May 21. This event will be held at the Minden Civic Center from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. “We are excited about the response from area companies who are looking for employers,” said Greater Minden Chamber President Stephanie Barnette. “We are expecting a great turnout from those looking for work, or interested in changing careers. We are encouraging everyone to come dressed for success with a resume’ in hand because employers will be doing interviews on the spot.”
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The event is open to the public, and professionals of all levels and fields are highly encouraged to attend and participate. “From retail to manufacturing. From healthcare to government jobs. There will be options for every skill set. Mercy’s Closet will also be in attendance showcasing some of the business attire clothing/shoes that they have available in their new store. We are looking forward to adding new employees
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Senate confirms Wendy Vitter as US judge in Louisiana WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate confirmed Louisiana lawyer Wendy Vitter as a federal judge Thursday, overcoming opposition from Democrats who criticized her anti-abortion stance and accused her of trying to hide her record on the issue. Maine Sen. Susan Collins was the only Republican to oppose Vitter’s nomination, which was approved 52-45. A former prosecutor, Vitter is general counsel for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New Orleans and an outspoken abortion opponent. Democrats said Vitter nonetheless failed to disclose hundreds of past statements opposing abortion, including a claim at a political rally that Planned Parenthood is responsible for killing 150,000 women a year. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., called the remark careless, reckless and wrong, and said it showed “incredibly poor judgment for somebody who is being considered for a lifetime judicial appointment.” Vitter’s remarks, and other comments criticizing abortion, amounted to “the fearmongering of an activist who is entirely un-
fit for the federal bench,” Murray said. She and other Democrats said the views of Vitter and other judicial nominees on abortion were increasingly important because of a strict abortion ban signed into law this week in Alabama. “That legislation is nothing short of an attack on women, and it is part of a larger effort we are seeing today around the country to take away the constitutional right of women to safe, legal abortion and allowing politicians to make decisions for women about their bodies, their health and their lives,” Murray said. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell defended Vitter, saying her “impressive legal career includes experience in private practice and a decade in the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s office, where she handled more than 100 felony jury trials.” Vitter, who is married to former Sen. David Vitter, R-La., drew widespread opposition from Democrats last year when she refused to say whether she believed the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark 1954 desegregation ruling in
Brown v. Board of Education was correctly decided. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., who asked Vitter about the Brown case, said “the iconic ruling” by the Supreme Court “is special even among those well-established decisions. Anyone who fails to endorse such a sacrosanct decision is clearly out of the legal and societal mainstream and unworthy of confirmation.” In a statement Thursday, Collins said Vitter’s remarks on the Brown case and comments “advancing discredited assertions about the impact of contraception and abortion on the incidence of cancer and domestic violence” led her to conclude that Vitter is “not well-suited to serve on the federal bench.” Collins, who is up for reelection in 2020, said her decision was not based on Vitter’s personal views on abortion, but on whether she could put aside her personal views, especially since Vitter has encouraged doctors to circulate a pamphlet that linked contraception and abortion to cancer and an increased risk of domestic violence. The claims have been widely discredited.
Expo: Several employers will be participating in this event Continued from Page 1 to our business community and growing the Greater Minden area. We hope to see you on Tuesday,” said Barnette. The following employers have been confirmed for the job fair: Minden Medical Center, Northwest LA Technical College, City of Minden, Fibrebond Corporation, Webster Parish School Board, Walmart Minden, Coordinating & Development Corp, LA Work-
force Commission, McInnis Brothers Construction, Webster Parish Library, Clement Industries, Minden Police Department, Minden Fire Department, Sanders Machine, International Paper Springhill, Cricket Wireless, Garden Court Rehab, Whispering Pines – Plain Dealing, Adecco Staffing, Goodwill Industries, Springhill Medical Center, Webster Parish Sheriff’s Office, Catamaran Solutions and Ringgold Nursing & Rehab.
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Deacon Robert James Kirkendolph Celebration of Life Services for
on Wednesday, May 8, 2019, at approximately 10:15 P.M. where he just slept away in the mist of his beloved wife and nephew. God dispatched Heavenly Angels amidst celestial fireworks and granted Holy Independence to His faithful servant. He was preceded in death by his parents; daughter, Makisha Kirkendolph; son, Robert James Kirkendolph Jr;, two brothers, John Kirkendolph and James Kirkendolph; amd a nephew, Eric Kirkendolph. He leaves to cherish his precious memories his loving and devoted wife who stuck by his side for 19 years; Dorothy Kirkendolph of Minden, La; mother-in-law, Ada Mae Taylor of Minden, La; five daughters: Shakiia Kirkendolph of Pontiac, Mi; Latrese Brown of Montgomery, Al, Cartina Jackson (Lemoris Jackson Sr.), Khadesha Minix, TanShanika Carter, all of Minden; two sons, Dameionia Gilbert (VaTasha) and LaTravion Minx, both of Minden, La; 16 grandchildren; one sister: Josephine Gatlin of Los Angeles, La; three brothers, Peter Kirkendolph (Helen) of Pontiac, Mi, Bobby Kirkendolph and George Kirkendolph, both of Los Angeles, Ca; one sister-in-law, Shelia Kirkendolph of Pontiac, Mi; and a host of nieces, nephews other relatives and friends. Robert’s life was the influence of a beautiful rose and his influence will forever live on through those lives he touched. He had a quiet manner, an adorable personality, and he was pleasant towards everyone he met. Visitation will be held Friday, May 17th in the chapel of Kennon’s Mortuary from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Services are entrusted to Kennon’s Mortuary. Email condolences may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
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gan, Charles had many successful years deer hunting during gun and bow seasons after becoming disabled and in a wheelchair. He was preceded in death by his father, Robert Hoenke and mother, Nora Spinks Hoenke. Charles is survived by his wife of 56 years, Regina Ford Hoenke, a sister, Myra Hoenke Mohler (Randy) of Cabool, Missouri, two sons, Ragan Hoenke (Rita Mays) of Minden and Paul Hoenke (Amanda Wiggins) of DeLeon, Texas, granddaughter, Holly Hoenke, step-grandson, Scott Scriber and a step-great granddaughter, Rowyn Scriber of Lafayette.
Deacon Robert James Kirkendolph will be held Saturday, May 18th at 10:00 A.M. at the St. Rest Baptist Church with Elder John Knowles, officiating. Interment will follow at the New Hope CME Cemetery. The Life Book of Robert James Kirkendolph was opened when he was born to the late Katie Lomax Kirkendolph and Peter Kirkendolph on May 4, 1949 in Lake Village, Arkansas. Robert received his formal education through the Arkansas School System and graduated from Central High School in 1967. He was a Line Worker for General Motors for many years until he retired after a major injury. Robert accepted and believed in Christ. He attended True Life COGIC under the leadership of Pastor John Knowles where he served faithfully on the Deacon Board, until his health failed. On November 25, 2000, he united in Holy Matrimony with Miss Dorothy Gilbert, whom he loved and supported dearly. Robert was a proud father and grandfather devoting his love and attention to his grandchildren, who he took pride in spoiling daily. His final chapter was closed at Willis Knighton North
Charles Edwin Hoenke, 78, of Helfin, Louisiana, born July 17, 1940 in Jamestown, Louisiana and entered into rest May 15, 2019 in Heflin, Louisiana. Charles had wished to be cremated, so there will be no services at this time. Charles was a graduate of Minden High School (1958) and LA Tech (1960). He worked for the LA Wildlife and Fisheries retiring in 1997 after 34 years of service. Health issues were the reason he left the profession he loved. Charles was a Fisheries Biologist. He had Parkinson’s Disease. He was an avid fisherman and hunter. He belonged to several fishing clubs. Thanks to his devoted son, Ra-
Velma Ree Washington
Home going services for Velma Ree Washington will be held Saturday May 18, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. at the Blue Run B.C. 1228 Blue Run Rd. Minden, La. 71055 with internment following at the Shady Grove Cemetery on Benson Road in Minden under the direction of Benevolent Funeral Home in Minden with Pastor Gregory Deloach officiating. Visitation for Velma Washington will be available from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. Friday, May 17, 2019 at Benevolent Funeral Home 401 E. Union St. in Minden La. 71055. Velma was born on March 13, 1933 in Minden to the parents of John and Agnes Washington and entered into rest May 6, 2019. Velma dedicated her life to hon-
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oring God, hard work, family support, and endless love and kindness to everyone she knew. Velma is survived by her loving Sons; Johnny (Ruby) Washington, Earl (Debbie) Washington, Theodore (Dameatrice) Washington. Daughters; Essie (Billy) Cosby, Mary Murphy, and Sarah (George) Runnels. Honorable Daughter-in-Laws; Grace Washington and Ann Washington. She leave fun memories that will forever be cherished by a distinguished list of Nephews, Nieces, Grand and Great-Grand Children. Velma was preceded in death by her husband (Nathaniel), children (Calvin, Benjamin and Evon) Washington. Repass precessions will be conducted at the American Legion Hall 119 Pine St. Minden, La. 71055 directly after internment. To know Velma meant to have loved her, to love her means to miss her, she will truly be missed by us all.
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Edwards, Republicans spend alike Roughly three years ago, — depending on whether the newly minted Gov. John Bel REC says the money is recurEdwards, a populist Democrat, ring revenue or nonrecurconvinced a Republican-con- ring revenue — Edwards and trolled Louisiana Legislature the Legislature have — in the to approve a new one-cent midst of the regular session — sales tax to pull the state out of tens of millions of dollars to a fiscal ditch. spread around like Santa Claus Revenues generated by the on Christmas morning. Ironnew sales tax, along with rev- ically, this is an election year, enues realized from suspend- and the governor and lawmaking a host of sales tax exemp- ers are running for re-election tions, were necessary to erase or some other elective office. a budget deficit that, according Some of them are retiring from to Edwards, totaled public service. some $2 billion. Noteworthy or not, Armed with a truck the Legislature curload of new money, rently is entertaining Edwards, by executhe largest budget in tive order, plunged the state’s history. Louisiana head long The House of Repinto expanding the resentatives recentstate’s Medicaid proly signed off on the SAM gram, which accord- HANNA JR. budget void of much ing to a recent audit is discussion and sent marred by waste and it to the Senate where fraud, pumped tens of mil- it awaits final passage. lions of dollars more into highYet earlier this week, the er education and threw a few tax-writing House Ways & dollars here and there toward Means Committee advanced much needed repairs to state legislation to scale back the highways and bridges. .45 percent sales tax beginning Roughly a year ago when the July 1, 2020. Rep. Lance Harris, one-cent sales tax was about R-Alexandria, authored the to sunset, Edwards struck a bill. deal with a Republican-conUnder Harris’ bill, the .45 trolled Legislature to renew percent sales tax would drop to .45 percent of the penny sales .35 percent in 2020, to .25 pertax. As you might expect, Ed- cent in 2021 and to .15 percent wards argued renewing almost in 2022. The tax would disapone-half of the penny sales tax pear in its entirety on July 1, was absolutely necessary for 2023, or two years before it was state government to remain originally scheduled to expire. on sound financial footing. A Almost immediately, EdRepublican-controlled Legis- wards took a swipe at Harris’ lature bought it hook, line and bill. According to Edwards, sinker. now is not the time to start Taxing consumers on their whittling away at state revepurchases has worked out well nues since, according to Edas far as the state treasury is wards, state government is concerned. experiencing financial stability Earlier this spring, the state for the first time in many years. Revenue Estimating ConferEdwards had a point. ence, otherwise known as the body that determines how While Edwards most likely much money the state can wishes the Legislature would expect to have at its disposal refrain from cutting taxes so he to spend on whatever, recog- can continue to advocate for nized more than $100 million spending money like any good in revenues that it previously Democrat would, the Repubhad not recognized. That $100 lican-controlled Legislature million conveniently surfaced would be wise to leave the .45 just in time to pay for some percent sales tax alone until $100 million in pay raises Ed- Republicans in the Legislature wards promised school teach- learn to quit spending money ers and support personnel. like our Democrat governor. Meanwhile, it is expected the state will post a $300-milSSam Hanna Jr. can be reached by phone lion budget surplus when the at 318-805-8158 or e-mail at samhannajr@ 2018-2019 fiscal year comes to samhannajr.com. a close on June 30. That means
The Daily Comet on prisoners getting implants to fight opioid addiction Louisiana’s prisoners are leading the way in testing a new treatment for opioid addiction. BioCorRx has offered the state prison system 10 surgical implants, which are still in the testing phase. According to prison officials, the treatment lasts three or four months, relieving some of the symptoms of addicts and leading to a more likely outcome of recovery without recidivism or overdoses. The current treatment of injections is much more expensive and lasts only one month. This seems to be a promising process that could make recovery more attainable. The one concern here is that it is being tested on prisoners before it has been cleared for use by federal health officials. The drug the implant delivers has been an effective treatment, but the implant is still being tested. However, the program is being offered only to prisoners
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who volunteer for it as they prepare to re-enter society after their sentences. As long as it is completely voluntary, these prisoners might find long-lasting relief from the symptoms that could otherwise pave the way back into addiction and crime. Some prisoner advocates have expressed concern that the precedent could make other prisoners more vulnerable to the use of unapproved medical devices. But this is what looks like a promising solution to a problem that has afflicted our criminal justice system for years: the ability of released former prisoners to beat the addictions that all too often paved their way into jail in the first place. The other promising aspect of the program is that the state is emphasizing treatment over punishment. Yes, there is a recognition that these prisoners,
like all others, have to serve their sentences. But there is also a recognition that there were issues that could have exacerbated these people’s legal problems and that treating those issues will be a key part of keeping them out of jail in the future. “Something’s working,” said Dr. Susan Tucker, a clinical psychologist in Bossier Parish. “It is making a difference. It is effective. For the correctional population who are leaving us and are clean, it really is the perfect drug to use. This one cannot be abused.” There are legitimate concerns about conducting medical testing on prisoners, but this looks like a case where those who are open to the treatment can get real benefits from it. Online: https://www.dailycomet.com
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Annual Usher Program Blue Run Baptist Church is holding its Annual Usher Program May 19 at 2:30 p.m. Reverend Herbert Rhone of St. John Divine Baptist Church will be the special guest of the event.
Family and Friends Service Family and Friends Day Service will be held at Saint Rest Baptist Church on May 19 at 3:00 p.m. The public is invited to worship as well.
Men and Women Day Mt. Olive Baptist Church is hosting a Men and Women Day celebration at 2:30 p.m. May 19. Sister Trudy Clark and Brother Robert Martian will be the guest speakers.
Pilgrim Rest 119th Church Anniversary Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church in Sibley will be having their 119th church anniversary on Sunday May 19 at 2:30 p.m.
Spring Revival Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church will be hosting a Spring Revival May 20 through May 22 at 7:00 p.m. nightly. The theme is “Time for Revival.” Any questions can be emailed to pleasantgrove1869@yahoo. com.
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Writing down the legacy of our lives It’s not what happens to us but how we can work it into the legacy of our lives! We all have a story to tell if we dare to share -- to go apart -- to delve into the deepest recesses of our minds. Bill Moyers, longtime president of Public Broadcasting, said “unless the poet tells it like it is, he or she will never leave their legacy behind.” It has been said that Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of The SARAH Little House On The HUDSON-PIERCE Prairie series, was believed to have been more interested in leaving her story behind rather than the money she might make from the stories she wrote. Erma Bombeck, the late best selling author and syndicated columnist said “It’s not the money that you make but knowing
your words reach people you will never meet.” I never met Erma personally yet she forever touched my life helping me to achieve more than I could have ever achieved without her encouragement when she dedicated a column to me on February 26, 1986 after I sent her a copy of a $5 check that I received for a poem that I wrote. That column went out in over 900 newspapers across the country and keeps me going long after she died in 1996. She knew what she was doing. We all need a little encouragement. We can’t make it alone nor would we want to. The late Zig Ziglar, best selling author and motivational speaker, said “if you will help enough other people get what they want you can have everything you want.” I have had so many people encourage me that if I were to start naming names I would surely offend someone. It takes courage, of being open, to finally
find your voice but before we do we have to speak from the heart. It’s not easy being transparent because there are just so many things we would rather keep secret. We have to protect ourselves because we have all committed enough sins to surely condemn us but we need to strive for honesty in our writing. I encourage you to write because it has been my form of therapy while in the orphanage and when I was recovering from a nervous breakdown in 1981. Life isn’t easy but our struggles makes us who we are. All it takes is picking up a pen and jotting down a sentence each day. The sentences multiply into pages easing the pain of what you are going through. I hope my words have encouraged you to write. The joy I feel comes from knowing God is the one who has pulled me out of the ditches and through all the tight places in my life!
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Annual Women’s Day Pleasant Valley Baptist Church Annual Women’s Day will be held at 11:00 a.m. May 26. The guest speaker will be Sister Ella Isiah of First Ebenezer Baptist Church in Homer. Women are asked to wear white with red corsages.
33rd Annual Memorial Day Mayflower Baptist Church is holding a 33rd Annual Memorial Day Program May 26th at 3:00 p.m. The guest speaker is Reverend Ronnie Adkins of St. Mark Baptist Church. All are invited.
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The week of May 6 through May 10 was “Teachers Appreciation Week” in Webster Parish. The Krewe of Artemis-Springhill delivered individually wrapped apples to the schools. This is the beginning of the eighteenth Mardi Gras season for the Krewe of Artemis-Springhill to promote our communities and be goodwill ambassadors. As a member of the Mardi Gras Krewes in the Ark-La-Tex, the krewe must hold two formal events a year that are open to the public. The first is the Royalty Coronation that will take place at the C A C Center on August 3, and the second is the Grand Artemis Bal to be held at the Springhill Civic Center on January 11, 2020.
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Santelices to lead Lakeside football
Special to the Press-Herald Mike Santelices, the longtime Minden High assistant coach and math teacher, has been named the new head football coach at Lakeside. Santelices, 42, was hired Thursday afternoon by Lakeside Principal Denny Finley. “I went into the process looking for a coach that would take players where they cannot take themselves,” Finley said. “Someone that would be around for years to come and invest in their lives. His dedication to the parish could not go unnoticed in the hiring process. He left no doubt that he would be around for years and that is what our kids need.”
Santelices follows former head coach Jason McClendon who took a position at North Desoto two weeks ago. “It just feels like everything lined up perfectly for this to happen for me and my family,” Santelices said. “I am truly excited and feel blessed to have this job. The second I saw the blip on the screen [the position] I said ‘I want it.’” In his 18 years as a football coach, Santelices has coached every position except linebacker. He served as offensive coordinator under head coach Randy Peters, and has most recently worked as offensive line coach with coach Spencer Heard. In all that time as a coach
SPRING FEVER Glenbrook football making strides under Maddox
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Glenbrook’s DJ Carter (20) runs for touchdown in the first score of the game as the Apaches held an inter-squad scrimmage on Thursday afternoon to finish out spring practices.
email@example.com Last year, Glenbrook couldn’t hold an inter-squad scrimmage. They didn’t have enough players to field two teams. Even if they wanted to, head coach Drew Maddox wouldn’t have been involved as he was only hired at the tail end of the summer right as school started. Despite losing six seniors, Maddox has the program looking up, and they held
a scrimmage on Thursday afternoon to show the work they have been putting in. Students lined the Glenbrook football stadium as the red team and blue team squared off. “Man, we are going to be a whole lot better than last year,” Maddox said. Simply being able to field enough players to have a scrimmage is something Maddox will cherish as Glenbrook struggled all last season to keep players fresh. “We didn’t even have the numbers to do that last year,”
Maddox said. “So we have 28 out there right now.” In 2018, the Apaches saw all of their most talented players forced to play offense and defense, which limited their ability to play to their potential. In the game, Maddox was impressed with some of his younger players. “DJ Carter and Maddox Mandino did really well,” he said. “Some younger guys came in and really stepped up.” Carter scored the first touchdown of the game as
the blue team took the lead on his 20-yard rushing score. It had the feel of a growing program and one that, at this level, should no longer have to struggle to field enough numbers for a team. The Apaches hired offensive coordinator David Feaster as the new athletic director as well, directly connecting the football program to the athletic department. This program has a lot to look forward to as they enter the summer, and the spring game on Thursday was one step forward.
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Glenbrook named David Feaster as the new athletic director on Thursday. (Minden, LA) – Veteran coach and athletic administrator David Feaster was tabbed by Glenbrook’s administration on Thursday to lead its athletic department. No stranger to North Louisiana athletics, Feaster brings a wealth of experience as a teacher, coach, and athletic director to the table as he seeks to continue the resurgence of the Apache athletic program. Coach Feaster just finished his first year at the Minden private school in the role of offensive coordinator for the Apache football team and teaches several math classes. His extensive experience includes a successful stint at Minden High as well as at Parkway High in Bossier City. He has served as athletic director at four different schools and is looking
forward to the additional responsibility at Glenbrook. “There are many great things going on in Apache nation,” said Feaster. “I am eager to come alongside all of our coaches to see how I can support them.” Feaster will replace Coach Gary Harris who served in that capacity the previous two years. “Coach Harris did some great things for Glenbrook. He was instrumental in bringing Coach Drew Maddox and myself in to the program.” “Having worked with Coach Feaster this school year, I know that he has the strong work ethic and organizational skills necessary to be successful as Glenbrook’s athletic director,” remarked Glenbrook Headmaster Darden Gladney. “It is also evident that he has embraced the Apache Spirit.”
NEW ORLEANS, La. | Bryan Delgado fanned eight over seven-plus innings, but the Grambling State University baseball team could not hold on to a late-one run lead as the Tigers fall into the eliminate bracket with a 5-3 loss to Alabama State on Thursday afternoon at Wesley Barrow Stadium. Grambling State (25-24), the West No. 2 seed, falls into the elimination bracket and will meet Prairie View A&M, the West No. 4 seed, at 9 a.m. on Friday. Alabama State (2724), the East top seed, continues winner’s bracket play and will face either Grambling State or PVAMU at 3 p.m. How It Happened Grambling State struck first in the opening inning as Isaiah Torres was hit by a pitch to begin the game and stole second. He came across to score on a two-out double by Jahmoi Percival to give the Tigers a quick 1-0 lead. Alabama State battled back and grabbed a 2-1 advantage with two runs on three hits in
the bottom of the second. The Tigers grabbed a 3-2 advantage with a pair of runs in the sixth. Ace Felder opened the inning and reached on an error. Felder advanced to second on a base hit to left by Trevin Bolden. With two down, Torres walked and Drexler Macaay was hit by a pitch, which allowed Felder to score. Richard Ortiz followed with a single to right to score Bolden, giving Grambling State the one-run lead. The Hornets took the lead for good in the eighth inning as Alabama State struck for three runs on two hits to grab a 5-3 advantage. Inside the Numbers > Grambling State finished with three runs on five hits, committed one error and stranded nine on base > Drexler Macaay, Richard Ortiz, Jahomoi Percival, Garrett Smith and Trevin Bolden each collected one hit > Bryan Delgado took the loss in 7.2 innings pitched.
He surrendered four runs on seven hits, fanned eight and walked three > Ryan Evans worked the final 0.1 inning in relief > Alabama State finished with five runs on eight hits, committed one error and left seven on base > Ricardo Rivera started on the hill and pitched 3.2 in-
nings. He gave up one run on three hits, struck out two and walked two Up Next Grambling State (25-24), the West No. 2 seed, falls into the elimination bracket and will meet Prairie View A&M, the West No. 4 seed, at 9 a.m. on Friday at Wesley Barrow Stadium.
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Miller deals in Tech’s Thursday-night shutout of FIU
LAKESIDE: Warriors name
Santelices new football coach
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Senior RHP Matt Miller shut out FIU over a career-best 8.2 innings pitched in Tech’s Thursday night 3-0 triumph . MIAMI – In his final regular season start as a Bulldog, Louisiana Tech senior captain Matt Miller was nothing short of brilliant, shutting out FIU, 3-0, in a five-hit, 8.2 inning, pitching performance from FIU Baseball Stadium on Thursday evening. The Bulldogs (33-21, 16-12 C-USA) received one of the best career starts from their senior right-hander, who at one point, retired 12 consecutive batters. Miller (6-1) struck out six and walked two, while Tech played solid defense behind him, turning a pair of crucial double plays on the evening. “What can you say about Matt Miller? He was outstanding for us tonight,” head coach Lane Burroughs remarked. “He was spinning the baseball so well and kept it down in the zone all night. He was as good as I’ve seen him in a long time. Wish he could’ve gotten that last out, but we needed a punchout there late, and Braxton (Smith) got the job done. Their guy was going to get his strikeouts – we needed to grind out at-bats and get his pitch count up, and that’s exactly what we did. I’m extremely proud of our hitters for their approach tonight.” The Auora, Illinois, native also set a new career high in
innings pitched, never pitching past eight through his first two-plus seasons in the Red and Blue. With his six punchouts, Miller now has 96 on the season – the most in a single season by a Bulldog pitcher since 2007 (Luke Burnett -115). Miller ran into a bit of trouble in the bottom of the ninth, as FIU (22-31, 11-17 C-USA) brought the tying run to the plate in cleanup man Jose Garcia. Tech made the call to the pen in senior closer Braxton Smith, who needed just three pitches to dispatch of Garcia via a swinging strikeout, while picking up his 10th save of the year. Meanwhile, the Tech offense did just enough against the C-USA strikeout leader in Logan Allen. The southpaw racked up 10 punchouts, while walking just one, but some timely hits and solid base running allowed the Bulldogs to plate three earned runs off the 2018 Freshman All-American. The Bulldogs struck for the first run of the game in the top of the third. Designated hitter Shelton Wallace picked up where he left off against Mississippi State on Tuesday, and led off the inning with a double to dead center. Wallace then moved to third on
a flyout to right from Chris Clayton, and then scored on Taylor Young sacrifice fly to center. Both starting pitchers worked through the fourth and fifth innings, relatively unscathed before Tech added to its lead in the sixth. A leadoff walk from Clayton jumpstarted the inning, and with the Tech backstop at second after a Young sac bunt, Hunter Wells lashed an RBI single back up the middle, plating Clayton for the game’s second run. Two batters later, now with two outs, cleanup man Tanner Huddleston lofted a shallow fly ball to right center. Wells, who was taking off with the pitch hustled and scored all the way from first on the bloop RBI single, giving Tech a 3-0 lead. Allen picked up the loss, falling to 4-6 on the year after allowing three runs (all earned) on four hits, while striking out 10 and walking just one. The Bulldogs will look to clinch their second consecutive league series tomorrow evening with first pitch set for 5 p.m. CT. Left-hander David Leal will make the start for Tech, coming off back-toback complete games, while FIU will counter with righthander Nick MacDonald.
Results from the Rec
Scores and stats provided by Rec Center officials. Bulldogs 6, US Silica 6 Jacob Jefferson and Claiton Isgitt both had hits in the tie as the Bulldogs scored five runs in the third to even the score. Kaleb Rolen and Tate Fegley combined for eight strikeouts for the Bulldogs. Prospects 13, Wonder Boys 3 Blane Long and Malachi West each had two hits that included triples for the Prospects as they improved to 10-1 this year. Bryson Finley and Chris Johnson also had triples for the Wonder Boys. Crushers 13, AC Services 11 Lawson Shows, Colton Cooper, Evan Walker, Dakota Streetman, Kasen Adams, Pete Hudson, Eli Williams, Evan Giddings, Casen Dillard, Daniel Beck and Dylan
Lacase all had hits for the Crushers. Colton Miller, Lincoln Foster, Brayden Curtis, Kaiden Kinsey, Xander Sparks, Amari White, Jaxson Pate and Noah Davis had hits for AC Services. Tomahawks 23, Bandits 4 Kurt Joyner, Jamall Carey and D.J. Lamay each had extra-base hits for the Tomahawks. Grady Coburn, Sawyer Harris and Gus Strange each had hits for the Bandits. Mohawks 21, Timberland 1 Seth Mangrum had a massive game with five hits to lead the Mohawks, who also got multiple-hit games from Easten Sanders, Reagan Coyle, Peyton Gray, Zander Rice, and Kennedy Rice. Eli Still, Hunter Sutton and Tommy Thompson all had hits for Timberland. Outlaws 17,
Crusaders 4 Bryson Ranger had a home run and Kevin Berry, Noah Redding and Reagan Feazell had two hits each for the Outlaws. Spencer Brantley, Tayler Barnes, and Brayden Winston had hits for the Crusaders. Shotcallers 12, Bulldawgs 5 Ryder Hollingsworth and Marshall Duck each had three hits to lead the Shotcallers, who also got two-hit games from Rylan Rainey, Hank Rowton, Gray Williams, Hunter Cottrell and Brant Bridges. Coleman Ervin and Sawyer Fleming had two hits each for the Bulldawgs. Junior High Softball Webster 15, Lakeside 11 Katelin Weston had a double but it wasn’t enough as Webster put up 12 runs in the second inning.
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in Webster Parish, Santelices has learned the importance of community and forming deep, meaningful connections inside and outside the school grounds. “Ultimately it’s about much more than football,” he said. “It’s about helping create productive and responsible young men. It’s about helping these young men grow up and become good husbands and fathers - good people.” As far as football philosophy, Santelices said personnel often will dictate scheme. He ideally would like to run a 3-4 defense because of its versatility and the ability it provides to have faster players all over the field. As for offense, he said he prefers balance as it allows a team the ability to keep the opponent guessing. Whereas some teams are pass-heavy or run-heavy, Santelices said it is important to find the weakness in a defense and attack that soft spot.
One thing is for certain, Santelices said he has no designs on leaving Lakeside. He added with a grin “short of an LSU [or some other college powerhouse] calling with a multi-million dollar deal.” “My family is here, and my children are going to school here,” he continued. “There is no one, no other school, that could call me and get me to move.” His wife, Jennifer, is also a longtime Webster Parish educator who now works as a Content Coach for the parish. They have three children, two boys and a girl, ranging in age from 11 to 3.It is that commitment to school and community that Santelices said he will immediately begin stressing as he meets with current and prospective players. “Coach McClendon started so many good things here, and I can’t wait to continue to build on the foundation that he laid.” One of his first steps will be to meet with players. He stressed the importance of
building relationships with the young men as some may be apprehensive of a new coach. “That’s perfectly natural,” he said. “I’m going to see them, let them know who I am and what kind of person I am. And we will build.” In the classroom, Santelices is a math teacher who has taught math as high as Algebra II. “The classroom is the most important thing at a school,” he said. “That should be able to go without saying. You have to be able to do in there [class] before out there [sports].” He has a bachelors degree from Southern Arkansas University. And perhaps his most important characteristic is his positive attitude. Lakeside is a dream job for him, one that he said he will be happy to go to every morning. It is that positivity, commitment to a long future, and knowledge he has found “his home” that will hopefully translate to many more wins on the football field and higher test scores in the classroom.
LA Tech opens NCAA Regionals Friday versus #15 Texas Tech
RUSTON, La. – Louisiana Tech returns to the diamond once again on Friday when the Lady Techsters open play in the 2019 NCAA Tournament opposite No. 15 Texas Tech in the Baton Rouge Regional. First pitch is slated for 2 p.m. CT at LSU’s Tiger Park in Baton Rouge. Following Friday’s game, the Lady Techsters will face either Monmouth or No. 10 LSU on Saturday, May 18. All games will be streamed live on ESPN3 and through the Watch ESPN app (subscribers only) with Matt Schumacker (PxP) and Leigh Dakich (Analysis) calling all the action from Tiger Park. Fans can tune in to the radio broadcast on the LA Tech Sports Network on KNBB 97.7 FM with Malcolm Butler on the call. Louisiana Tech is making its 11th NCAA appearance in the program’s history and will be facing a 39-14 Texas Tech
team, who enters the regional as the No. 2 seed. The Lady Techsters enter the contest as a 3-seed with a 44-14 overall mark and fresh off capturing their second Conference USA Tournament Championship in the last three years. LA Tech is 13-15 all-time in NCAA Tournament play, while The Red Raiders are 1010 when playing in the NCAA Tournament and 2-3 in tournament openers. The Lady Techsters and Red Raiders have squared off twice before with the series tied 1-1. Both previous meetings between Louisiana Tech and Texas Tech came in the early 1980s. Following the devastating F3 tornado that tore through Louisiana Tech’s campus and athletic facilities (including softball’s home stadium), the Lady Techsters have been on a tear of their own. Since the tornado struck, LA Tech
has put together an 8-1 record (currently on a 5-game win streak), while the team is out-scoring opponents 52-14 in that stretch. In the circle, LA Tech pitchers have posted an impressive 1.21 ERA and held opponents to a .209 average at the dish in the last nine games. The Red Raiders finished the Big 12 Conference season with an 8-10 record. They posted conference series wins over Iowa State, Baylor and Kansas and took one game away from the Texas Longhorns. Finishing fourth in the league, the team tied head coach Adrian Gregory’s highest finish since occupying the No. 4 spot in 2015. In addition to the ESPN3 stream and radio broadcast, live stats will also be available for every game this weekend by accessing the link on the softball schedule page on LATechSports.com.
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643.76 feet along the north line of said Section 36 to the approximate SHERIFF’S center line of LoSALE rex Road; WELLS FARGO Thence along BANK, N.A. the approximate VS. center line of RAYMOND said Lorex Road LAMAR BELL, the following four III A/K/A RAYcourses: MOND L. BELL, South 28°13’43” III A/K/A RAYWest a distance MOND BELL, of 432.99 feet; III, A/K/A RAY South 28°13’36” LAMAR BELL, West a distance III A/K/A RAY L of 346.52 feet; BELL, III A/K/A South 28 °33’13” RAY BELL, III West a distance AND SOMER of 535.36 feet; J. BELL A/K/A South 28 °32’24” SOMER JO West a distance BELL A/K/A of 81.03 feet to SOMER BELL the west line of the Northeast In the Twen- Quarter of the ty-Sixth Judicial Northeast Quarter District Court of of said Section 36 Webster Parish, Thence North Louisiana, No. 00°54’46” East 77693. a distance of 1226.70 feet to By vir- the Point of Betue of a WRIT OF ginning. SEIZURE AND Said tract herein SALE issued described conout of the Twen- taining. 9.094 ty-Sixth Judicial acres, more or District Court of less and being Webster Parish, subject to right Louisiana, in the of way for Lorex above styled and Road. numbered suit and to me direct- SOLD SUBJECT ed, I have seized TO ANY SUPEand taken into my RIOR LIENS, possession and M O R T G A G E S will offer for sale OR PRIVILEGES at public auction THERETO. to the last and Said property highest bidder seized is that of for cash WITH the defendant and the benefit of ap- will be sold to satpraisement and isfy a judgment according to law rendered in our at the principle Honorable Court. front door of the Courthouse in the GARY S. SEXCity of Minden, TON Webster Parish, Sheriff & Ex-OffiLouisiana on cio Auctioneer Webster Parish, W E D N E S D AY, Louisiana June 19, 2019, During the legal Linda Vaughan sale hours, the Deputy following property, to wit: May 17, 2019 A tract of land consisting of all that portion of the West Half of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 36, Township 20 North, Range 10 West, Webster Parish, Louisiana, lying west of Lorex Road and being more particularly described as follows: Begin at a set 1/2” inch iron pipe being the Northwest corner of the Northeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 36, Township 20 North, Range 10 West, Webster Parish, Louisiana, also being the point of Beginning of the tract herein described: Thence North 89°51’00” East a distance of
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SHERIFF’S SALE REVERSE MORTGAGE SOLUTIONS, INC. VS. MAVIS CAMPBELL CUREINGTON AND JAMES D. CUREINGTON In the Twenty-Sixth Judicial District Court of Webster Parish, Louisiana, No. CV77702. By virtue of a WRIT OF SEIZURE AND SALE issued out of the Twenty-Sixth Judicial District Court of Webster Parish, Louisiana, in the above styled and numbered suit
and to me directed, I have seized and taken into my possession and will offer for sale at public auction to the last and highest bidder for cash WITHOUT the benefit of appraisement and according to law at the principle front door of the Courthouse in the City of Minden, Webster Parish, Louisiana on W E D N E S D AY, June 19, 2019, During the legal sale hours, the following property, to wit: TRACT ONE: BEGINNING at the intersection of the back line of the curb on the South side of Marshall Street in the City of Minden, Webster Parish, Louisiana, and the back line of concrete walk on the West Side of Fort Avenue, and thence run Southeast along said back line of walk 60 feet; thence at an angle of 82° 23’ with walk run Southwest 122 feet, thence run Northwest with an inside angle of 95° 55’ with the last line a distance of 80 feet to the back line of curb on Marshall Street, thence run East along the back line of curb 124 feet to the point of BEGINNING, together with all improvements located thereon and all rights thereto belonging TRACT TWO: a certain lot or parcel of ground, together with all improvements and all rights, ways, privileges and servitudes there unto belonging located in the City of Minden, Parish of Webster, and described as follows, to-wit: BEGIN at a point on the inside of the sidewalk on the Southwest side of Fort Avenue at the intersection of Marshall Street, thence run Westerly along Marshall Street a distance of 124 feet: thence run South 15° West a distance of 80 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence run North 15° West a distance of 80 feel to Marshal Street; thence run a Westerly direction along Marshall Street distance of 64 feet; thence run South 15° East a distance
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