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July 3rd, 2013

EARLY NOTICE and Public Review of a Proposed

EARLY NOTICE and Public Review of a Proposed
Activity in a 100-Year Floodplain

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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:
Hobbs, Adriene
147 Dunbar St.
Grambling, LA 71245
Unit No. #A003
Medium size deep freeze, six drawer dresser, full size box spring & mattress, love seat, dishes, baby stroller, printer, fan, water cooler, clothes, misc. items.

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James named GSU interim AD

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Second stint in role for longtime athletics department employee
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Longtime Grambling State University athletics employee Aaron James is once again interim athletics director at the school following Tuesday’s resignation of former AD Percy “Chico” Caldwell.
James already served one stint as interim AD before Caldwell was hired and said he hopes this time the role will become permanent.
“I’d love to be the permanent AD,” James said Tuesday night via cell phone. “I thought we had finally about turned things around and were getting things back on track the last time I was interim AD.”

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Royal Cassels

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Being on stage may not be for everyone, but for the 63rd Miss Dixie Gem Peach that is where she belongs.
“I missed being on stage,” Angela Cassels said. “I grew up playing piano, dancing and singing, when I started college I never had opportunities to perform.”
Cassels, 23, said she started competing in pageants for the scholarship opportunity and once she began competing she realized something very important.
“You gain so much confidence in yourself just by stepping on that stage,” she said. “Competing in pageants has been a very valuable experience for me.”

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Lighting up the skies

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Residents shouldn’t be surprised if they hear loud bangs and pops over the next couple of evenings.
Fourth of July celebrations are in full swing, and for many people that means lots of fireworks.

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LifeHouse Ministries barbecue ‘a huge success’

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Approximately 500 people turned out to support LifeHouse Ministries last month at the development center’s annual barbecue fundraiser.
The barbecue, held June 8 at LifeHouse, located at 813 N. Trenton St. in Ruston, drew participants from a multi-parish area.
“The event was a huge success this year, thanks to the amazing number of people who participated,” LifeHouse founder and Executive Director the Rev. Cathy Brewton said. “We brought in right at $14,000 to support the ministry programs.”

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Remember real meaning of Independence Day

The Fourth of July isn’t just fireworks, food and fun in the sun.
Independence Day is a reverent, joyous celebration of the freedom we hold dear to our hearts living in the United States of America. This year, like the 236 others that have been marked since the signing of the Declaration of Independence, we remember our roots and those who fought to give us our freedom.
The Declaration of Independence began as a document listing grievances Americans had with England, but it turned into a document of freedom that changed our country, as well as the rest of the world.

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Changes abound for Tech, GSU

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In the immortal words of Bob Dylan, “The Times They Are a-Changin’.”
That’s certainly been the case with our Lincoln Parish Colleges over the past as we’re seen the Dan Reneau era come to a close at Louisiana Tech and the Percy Caldwell era end for Grambling State.
Reneau’s last official day as Louisiana Tech’s president was last Friday, with Les Guice set officially taking the reigns of the university on Monday.
But that doesn’t mean changes hadn’t already been happening for Tech. Guice has already had to make some key decisions and finds himself preparing to make another at that.

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Grace, Temple wage close duel in RPAR league

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It’s an intense scramble for first place honors in the Church division of the 2013 Ruston Parks and Recreation Department softball program.
Grace has a 9-1 record and so does Temple Baptist. The Red Bridge team is trying to remain in the championship hunt with its 6-4 record.
Those nine wins share the most victories by any team in the RPAR’s three leagues, the other being Rehab with a 9-2 leading record in the Coed group.
The 2 Legit squad is the current runner-up for the latter league at 6-2 and pacing the way with a perfect mar of 7-0 in the men’s “E” class is Todd’s Cream Shack.

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Students gain recognition

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Cedar Creek School students who qualified for state recognition in the Duke University Talent Identification Program's seventh Grade Talent Search include Mason Jinks, Jed Mariano, Sarah Martel, Collin Moak, Ashley Palmer, Jake Reynolds, Carlie Toliver, Brandon Vessel and Mary Wynne.
These honorees have earned an award by scoring at or above the national average of recent high school graduates on at least one part of the ACT or the SAT. They were invited to a special recognition ceremony at Northwestern State University this spring.

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