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December 24th

Copy Paper Drive to benefit education

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Leadership Lincoln XXVI is holding a copy paper drive, allowing the community a chance to provide tangible resources for teachers. Several sponsorship levels are available and every contribution makes a difference. For more information or to make a donation contact Leadership Lincoln team member Steve Parker at sparker.ruston@ahmgt.com, Travis Napper at tnapper@rustonlincoln.com or Caskey Schexnyder at caskey@rustonleader.com.

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Support Group for those who have lost children available

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The Compassionate Friends Northeast Louisiana Chapter is a support group for those who have lost children, grandchildren or siblings. The group meets at 6:30 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month at St. Paul's United Methodist Church, located at 1901 Lexington Ave in Monroe. For more information contact French Smith at 388-1660 or 348-3163 or go to the website www.tcfnortheastla.org.

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City Hall and Trash Collection Holiday Closure Info

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City Hall and the Utility Billing Office will be closed for the Christmas holidays on Monday, Dec. 24 and Tuesday, Dec. 25. Commercial garbage trucks will not run, and there will be no residential garbage and trash collection. Residential garbage pickup for Monday’s route will be picked up on Thursday, Dec. 27, and Tuesday’s route will be picked up on Friday, Dec. 28.
City Hall and the Utility Billing Office will be closed on New Year’s Day, Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013. Commercial garbage trucks will not run and there will be no residential garbage and trash collection. Residential garbage pickup for Tuesday’s route will be picked up on Friday, Jan. 4.
For emergency utility services, contact 318-255-1316.

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December 23rd

PUBLIC NOTICE

PUBLIC NOTICE

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PUBLIC NOTICE FOR CITY OF GRAMBLING GRAMBLING, LOUISIANA

PUBLIC NOTICE FOR CITY OF GRAMBLING GRAMBLING, LOUISIANA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an Ordinance titled below: ORDINANCE NO. #0126012-1

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Marcelle Thurmon McGuire

Funeral services for Marcelle Thurmon McGuire, 89 of Dubach will be 3pm Sunday, December 23, 2012 at First Baptist Church in Dubach with Rev. Todd Free officiating. Burial will follow in Hamilton Cemetery under the direction of Owens Memorial Chapel Funeral Home of Ruston. Mrs. McGuire died Thursday, December 20, 2012 in Ruston.

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December 22nd

Reviewing indecent exposure

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Grambling residents, students discuss sagging pants ordinance
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GRAMBLING —The residents of Grambling will have an opportunity to voice their opinions on an indecent exposure ordinance the council plans to vote on next year.

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Teachers explain need for paper

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Sometimes, regular copy paper isn’t quite the right medium for the lesson that Holly Payton, I. A. Lewis science teacher, is trying to teach her students.
“I have bought my own paper,” Payton said. “The main reason I have is due to color and size. I sometimes make a classroom set of tests and will use color copy paper so I can be sure they are kept in my room on testing day. At times I may purchase legal size or larger size paper and have students create posters on different topics such as the history of the atom, atom booklets or for presentations on energy sources.”

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Tech, GSU face midyear cuts

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Leaders talk about slashes
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Earlier this month, Gov. Bobby Jindal’s administration announced that public universities will be hit with a $22 million midyear budget cut.
These cuts came as part of a group of other cuts designed to close a $166 million state budget gap.
This is the fifth year in a row that the state has had to close midyear gaps, and public universities have been on the list every time.
The leaders of the two local universities say that the budget slashes continue to deeply affect the schools.

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Christmas Eve services expected to draw crowds

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Several area churches are organizing special services to observe Christmas.
As many individuals who grew up in Lincoln Parish and then moved away come back to visit for the holidays, these annual services tend to draw larger crowds.
Temple Baptist Church Associate Pastor Dale Oden said the annual Christmas Eve Candlelight Service, set for 5 p.m. Monday, typically draws around 1,200 people.
“We’ve been doing this for more than 30 years,” Oden said. “The sanctuary will be full. We will be singing carols, having Scripture readings and a children’s message.”

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