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September 22nd, 2016

Find fall favorites at Beehive Outlet

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Fall is nearing and Beehive Outlet has everything for sweater weather. Ladies in North Louisiana can choose from a wide range of the latest on-trend items in their clothing department and shop a large selection of shoes all under one roof.
Beehive has everything from blousey fall printed tops to long flowy maxi dresses. Moto leggings to mineral wash skinny jeans. They carry the popular brand Piko’s loose shirts that are great for layering. Piko shirts are soft and come in many different Fall inspired colors.

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Homecoming court announced

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Cedar Creek School has selected its homecoming court for 2016:  Elizabeth-Kate Pardue, Caroline Hill, Jaina Robinson (queen), Mary Terral, Maryanna Spillers and MacKenzie Harris. They will be accompanied by senior football players Aaron Clark, Tanner Disotell, Matthew Gallagher, Michael Pike, Alex Puckett, Ryder Roberson, Nick Slusher and Mitchell Spillers.
The week culminates today with the Homecoming Pep Rally, followed by the Homecoming Assembly, Presentation of the Court, and game against Grambling Friday evening at Cougar Stadium.

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Boys and Girls state participants

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Cedar Creek students Logan Kent (left), Jaina Robinson, Ethan Hunt, Kelly O’Neal, Henry Futch and Caroline Hill represented the school this summer as delegates to the Boys and Girls State conferences.

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AP Scholars awarded

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Eleven Cedar Creek students (current and 2016 graduates) have received the College Board AP Scholar Awards based on their outstanding performance on the 2016 Advanced Placement Exams.
Kathryn Bryan, Samantha Funderburk, Irene Hild, Madison Hoffman, Nikki Mallepalli, Nicholas Slusher, pictured center, and Mary Tyler Storms earned the AP Scholar Award, which is granted to students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams.

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Students honored for accomplishments

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Several Cedar Creek seventh graders have been invited to participate in Duke University’s annual Talent Search. Students are identified based on qualifying scores that are at or above the 95th percentile earned on a recent grade-level standardized test. They are Sky Dycus, Zoe Graham, Will Harris, Agastya Jain, Avery Lewis Stout, Brady Menzina, Sophia Parkman, Riley Patterson, Cally Pickel, Jackson Pilgreen, Ethan Rugg, Cameron Turpin, John Davis Vessel, W Wells, Cade Williams, Garrett Wingard and Jed Worthey.

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September 21st

Site selectors in Ruston

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Five site selectors whose clients include some of the nation’s largest corporations are in Ruston today as part of the North Louisiana Economic Partnership’s annual Site Selector’s Familiarization Tour.
The group will also visit Monroe during the three-day event that began Tuesday evening.
“They’re the consultants hired by the Fortune 500 companies to figure out where to locate new plants,” Christine Rambo, NLEP’s senior vice president for communications and marketing, said.

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Students selected as scholarship semifinalists

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Two Ruston seniors were named semifinalists in the 62nd annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
Sarfraz Ahmed, 17, of Cedar Creek School, and Hannah Scheaffer, 17, of Ruston High School, will compete against more than 16,000 national semifinalists for roughly 7,500 National Merit Scholarships worth about $33 million that will be offered in spring 2017.
Finalists will compete for three types of scholarships.

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Tech achieves record enrollment

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Louisiana Tech University has enrolled more students this fall than at any time in its history, and has achieved a nearly 55 percent growth in first-time freshmen since fall of 2012.
According to its fall 2016 headcount announced Wednesday, Tech has enrolled 12,694 students for the fall quarter — a 2.3 percent increase over last year and eclipsing the previous record enrollment of 12,414 students set last fall.

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NCLAC to present ‘Donald Cried’ as next film in Southern Circuit Tour

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The North Central Louisiana Arts Council recently announced “Donald Cried” as the next film in its 2016-17 Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers, screening at 7 p.m. Oct. 3 at the Dixie Center for the Arts.
Ticket prices are $5 for adults and $3 for students, and may be purchased online at www.nclac.org, or at the Dixie Center for the Arts prior to the show date and the day of the screening.

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Doc 16-419 thru 16-421

TERRYVILLE FIELD Docket Nos. 16-419 thru 16-421
STATE OF LOUISIANA, OFFICE OF CONSERVATION, BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA.
In accordance with the laws of the State of Louisiana, and with particular reference to the provisions of Title 30 of Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, a public hearing will be held in the Hearing Room, 1st Floor, LaSalle Building, 617 North 3rd Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, at 9:00 a.m. on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2016, upon the application of MRD OPERATING, LLC.

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