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May 7th, 2013

NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION

NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
Pursuant to La. R.S. 9.4759, notice is hereby given, that WESTSIDE SELF STORAGE MINI WAREHOUSES, located at 821 West California Avenue, Ruston, Louisiana 71270, will sell the following described property located in the units indicated and belonging to the person named in ORDER TO ENFORCE THE PRIVILEGE CLAIMED BY THE SELF STORAGE FACILITY ON MOVABLE PROPERTY.
Unit #-0139
Patricia Naylor 1012 Circle Dr., Ruston, LA 71270. Record player, Toys, Baby bed, Single bed, Mirror, Exercise equipment, Scooter.
Unit #-1615

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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ISSUE NOT EXCEEDING $575,000 OF UTILITY REVENUE BONDS OF THE

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ISSUE NOT EXCEEDING $575,000 OF UTILITY REVENUE BONDS OF THE
CITY OF GRAMBLING, STATE OF LOUISIANA

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May 6th

Sweeping down the plains

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Eighth graders to perform ‘Oklahoma’
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In the tradition of widely-esteemed musicals, the eighth grade class of A.E. Phillips will present Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!” as their annual production.
“ ‘Oklahoma!’ is a classic work of the American musical theater. The eighth graders positively responded to the plot and music, more so than for other choices that were presented as possibilities,” Randall Boyd, A.E. Phillips music instructor, said. “The students reacted to the blend of comedy, drama, music and dance that this musical is known for the world over.”

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GSUPD to be revamped

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In the midst of an internal review that began in February, Grambling State University has hired a safety and security consultant to help restructure its police department.
University spokesman Will Sutton said that Willie Bell has years of experience in the field and will oversee a complete overhaul of the department’s operations.
Bell formed Bell Consulting Group when he retired after 33 years of higher education law enforcement service, including 18 years as director of public safety at Fayetteville State University and Winston Salem State University in North Carolina.

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Crescent City fixing up area coffee lovers

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Every morning Ruston resident Ron Salmon, 76, starts his day before sunrise. He washes up, gets dressed and, like many other Americans, indulges in his daily dose of coffee.
Many Rustonians, including Salmon, rely on Crescent City Coffee for their daily fix.
“We have a crew that comes in at 6 a.m. every morning,” he said. “The management and service is just so great.”
Since Crescent City Coffee first opened its doors in 2003, the locally-owned business has become a hot spot where residents and students go to work or socialize.

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Health Hut to begin campaign

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The Health Hut, operated by LTP Medical Mobile, Inc., is initiating a wellness campaign, “Lighten Up Lincoln Parish,” to address lifestyle issues that negatively impact the health of Lincoln Parish residents.
Funded through a grant from the Living Well Foundation, the campaign is designed to reduce future medical costs by educating the public about tobacco cessation, healthy eating, exercise and health screenings.

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Seeing reality, accepting the truth, growing in grace

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Editor’s Note: On May 12, this column will return to its normal Sunday Lifestyles spot.
I am not a Master Gardener; my family and close friends will vouch to this! I am the novice gardener who will buy several new seedlings at the beginning of spring and make a promise to the plants and to myself that I will indeed take care of them.

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Tech nursing students apply skills to simulation

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Louisiana Tech University Nursing 210 students opened the door to “GTM Memorial Hospital” and found a “victim” of domestic violence weeping in a wheelchair.
The 17 students enrolled in Nursing 210 were part of a pilot simulation, “Application of Forensic Nursing to High Risk Pregnancy,” developed by Tanya Sims, associate professor of nursing, and Patti McFadden, an assistant professor of nursing.

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RHS, Creek: Another step?

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One team remains at home, another goes on a short bus ride down Interstate Highway 20.
But both Lincoln Parish schools still alive in the 2013 Louisiana High School Athletic Association baseball playoffs hope one thing results after they play on Monday:
They’re still alive with their “second season.”
Ruston High (30-5) will be at home to face Sulphur (23-11) in the regional round for Class 5A and Cedar Creek (22-9) will travel to Monroe to take on longtime rival Ouachita Christian (29-5) in Class 1A.
Both games will start at 5 p.m. and have an admission charge of 7 p.m.

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’Dogs stop Roadrunners, 9-4

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Louisiana Tech University’s offense exploded for a nine-run sixth inning, highlighted by a grand slam home run by Taylor Burch, as the Bulldogs defeated CSU Bakersfield, 9-4, Sunday in the Western Athletic Conference series finale at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park in Ruston.
With a scoreless game through five innings, Tech (16-32, 4-17) batted around in the bottom half of the sixth inning and plated nine runs off eight hits on its way to a victory over the Roadrunners of CSU Bakersfield (31-18, 14-7 WAC).

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