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July 18th, 2016

Polling Location Changes

Public Notice of Precinct and Polling Location Changes
Pursuant to Louisiana Revised Statute 18:535(A), Public Notice is hereby given of the following precinct and polling location changes:
Precinct 6-2, which voted at McLane Recreation Center, is merged with Precinct 6-1, and will vote at Glenview Elementary School.
Precinct 6-3 becomes Precinct 6-2 and will vote at Glenview Elementary School.
Precinct 6-4 becomes Precinct 6-5 and will vote at Glenview Elementary School.
Precinct 6-5 becomes Precinct 6-4 and will vote at Glenview Elementary School.

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SEaled Bids

Sealed Bids
For The National School Breakfast Program (SBP), National School Lunch Program (NSLP), Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by D'Arbonne Woods Charter School located at 9560 Hwy 33 Farmerville, Louisiana 71241 on or before August 1, 2016 @ 2pm. To obtain a copy of the RFP contact Kacey Hough or Jan Coleman at 318-368-8051
1td: July 17, 2016

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LPFD #1 MEETING

Lincoln Parish Fire Protection District No. 1 Board of Commissioners met in regular session, Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at 6:00 p.m., at Lincoln Parish Fire Protection District No.1 Administrative Office, Vienna Station in Dubach, Louisiana, with the following members present:
Richard Aillet, Ray Robinson, Layne Parnell, Mike Fulton, and Bart Dugdale.
Absent: Dennis Byrnes and Richard Durrett.
Invocation was given by Mike Fulton.
A motion was made by Ray Robinson, and seconded by Bart Dugdale, to approve the agenda as presented. The motion carried with the following votes:

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Notice: Sex Offender

I, MARK KING, DOC#130019, have applied for clemency for my conviction of 2nd degree murder. If you have any comments, contact the Board of Pardons (225-342-5421)
3td: July 17, 18, 19, 2016

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July 16th

Nungesser visits Tech, learns about SciTEC

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Louisiana Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser visited Louisiana Tech University Wednesday to learn more about Sci-TEC, the school’s Science and Technology Education Center and efforts by Tech’s College of Education in partnering with outside organizations for mutual benefits.

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Restoring power

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A Ruston utility worker is barely visible near the center of the photo as he works inside the McDonald Avenue substation to restore power to about one-third of the city left dark Friday afternoon after lightening struck the substation and destroyed a 69,000 volt insulator. The outage lasted a little more than an hour. As of 9 p.m. Friday, all power lost as a result of Thursday night’s wind had been restored except for an area on Bittersweet and West Virginia Avenue, Public Works Director Darrrell Caraway said Friday night.

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Faces in the Community: Living the dream: Perot helps her community

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Haley Perot is living her dream.
The Alexandria native and Louisiana Tech University graduate is Ruston’s new Main Street director and Community Coordinator.
“I think this is always the kind of job I saw myself having, but didn’t know where it existed,” she said.
Perot, a former elementary school teacher in Ruston and in Rapides Parish, began her duties June 27. She assumes the Main Street post from city Economic Development Administrator Kristi Lumpkin, who’s been doing both jobs for the past six years.

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City of Ruston seeing projects move forward

Ruston Mayor Ronny Walker wasn’t kidding when he said if city voters approved his Moving Ruston Forward infrastructure package, they’d see the work begin almost immediately.
In April, voters OK’d the plan and the three-quarter-cent sales tax increase that will help fund it. Now, just over three months later, 32 of the roughly 38 individual Moving Ruston Forward projects have begun.
Add in four other capital projects, two of which are somewhat related to Moving Ruston Forward, and we’re up to 35 of 42. Not bad at all for only 12 weeks after the referendum.

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'Gleason' film should be stunning

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Sometimes big things come in small packages.
I think that will be shown in a couple of weeks, as the documentary “Gleason” hits theaters nationwide July 29.
And it’s a documentary that hits home especially hard for me.
It’s not a big-budget, blockbuster movie. It consists largely of 1,300 home videos incorporated into the film.
But early reviews say it’s one of the best and could be one of the most successful documentary films ever.

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Appreciate local law enforcement

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Salute, pray for and thank them.
They are courageous. 
They are not totally fearless, although nearly so.
They are only human, not superhuman, but they are superior. 
Regardless of their specific religious persuasion or beliefs, they exemplify that which many believe and say — they care for and are willing to lay down their lives for their fellow man.
They do this daily.
Get it?
Every day. 
They stand as giants in the way of harm, shielding us as if we were babies in a cradle.

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