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May 14th, 2013

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 13th

No brain activity found in FHS player

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Farmerville High School junior Jeleel Gipson, who was left in critical condition following a spring training drill that occurred Thursday, has made turn for the worse according to Farmerville High School Principal David Grey.
“Jaleel’s condition deteriorated over the weekend,” Grey said. “Either late Saturday night or early Sunday morning, he was no longer able to attempt a breath on his own and the doctors declared there was no brain activity.”

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Serving those who serve: First responders dine out

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The Bank of Ruston held its annual First Responders Luncheon last week, treating area emergency personnel to a free lunch.

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A different graduation

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Donations of cash, prizes being sought up to May 21

Plans for Project Graduation, an after-graduation party for Ruston High School seniors, are moving forward according to senior parent Andrea Phillips.
“We want to give the seniors a chance for one last night of hanging out with all their friends in a safe environment,” Phillips said. The late-night party will be at Louisiana Tech’s Intramural Center and will feature bowling, games, Wii dancing and lots of food.

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Webster holds first WaterFest

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Webster Parish fifth graders had the opportunity to learn science, social studies and math at the first Webster Parish WaterFest last week.
The WaterFest, which is sponsored by The Sparta Foundation, was held at Caney Lake on April 25 and April 26. The three-and-a-half hour event also included a picnic for the students.
“Every activity is correlated with the grade level expectations,” said Education Coordinator Lindsay Gouedy.

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Seminar to focus on caregivers

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For most, being part of family unit may provide immeasurable personal rewards, but that doesn’t mean it does not come without its challenges. But for some, challenges impact daily routines. This is true for caregivers. In an effort to help those who are caring for an adult relatives or special needs child, Paramount Healthcare and Hospice of Caring Hearts will host a Conversation about Caregiving seminar at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Lincoln Parish Library Special Events Center.

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Malone, Fleming unite in matrimony

Molly Elise Malone and Louis Richard Fleming IV, both of Shreveport, were united in marriage in a 7 p.m. ceremony May 11 at Brown Chapel on the campus of Centenary College in Shreveport. The Rev. Chris Lovell, former Youth Minister of the Bride, of Plano, Texas, officiated the double ring ceremony.

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Johnson, Emerson wed in Monroe

Margaret Sydney Johnson, of Ruston, and Chase Patrick Emerson, of Reserve, were united in holy matrimony in a 6:30 p.m. ceremony on May 11 at St. Matthew Catholic Church in Monroe. The double-ring ceremony was officiated by Father Frank Folino.

The bride is the daughter of Elaine and Carl Johnson, of Ruston. She is the granddaughter of Margaret Childers, of League City, Texas, and the late Sam Childers and Imogene and Sid Johnson.

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Help serve up peachy fun

The juicy sweetness of a ripe summer peach is a summertime tradition in Lincoln Parish, as is the festival that celebrates the fruit.
Many Lincoln Parish residents, as well as a number of visitors, will trek out to the 2013 Louisiana Peach Festival to enjoy the festivities. That late June weekend will be packed full of music, activates, purchases and family fun.
More than 60 years of peachy goodness have made the festival a premier destination for area residents, as well as out of town guests.

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A real possibility of abduction

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Last Monday was like any other Monday. After having attended an extremely beautiful and heartwarming wedding, I spent Monday — my day off — resting, recuperating and getting ready for the workweek ahead.
I had the luxury of enjoying the day, to do what ever I wanted. In other words, I was enjoying my freedom. But unlike three women in Cleveland, Ohio, I had been able to enjoy my freedom for more than a decade, while they remained as captives to a demented, evil human being. But on May 6, their nightmare, somewhat, came to an end.

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