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May 28th, 2013

WHERE ABOUTS

ANYONE KNOWING the whereabouts of Martha Anne Jackson, please contact James M. Wilkerson, Attorney at Law, 207 West Mississippi Ave, Ste 306, Ruston, LA 71270, (318) 255-9299.
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May 27th

Honoring our protectors

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Americans gather to remember lost servicemen
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Americans planned to gather at cemeteries, memorials and monuments nationwide to honor fallen military service members on Memorial Day, at a time when combat in Afghanistan approaches 12 years and the ranks of World War II veterans dwindles.
President Barack Obama was expected to lay a wreath today at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery across the Potomac River from Washington. Earlier in the morning, he and first lady Michelle Obama planned to host a breakfast at the White House with “Gold Star” families of service members who have been killed.

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Pay raises get go ahead

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Sales and Use Tax Commission bumps up employee salaries
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After a short discussion, it was agreed that the employees working for the Lincoln Parish Sales and Use Tax Commission will be given a 3 percent raise this year.
During their regular meeting earlier this month, commissioners approved a 2013-14 budget that included the raise for employees. The original budget, which had been introduced at the commissions previous meeting, had included a 2.5 percent budget.

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Three presidents honored at Tech’s Spirit Park

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Three new “residents” were welcomed into Louisiana Tech University’s Spirit Park recently, as bronze busts of Louisiana Tech Presidents Ralph L. Ropp (1949 – 1962), F. Jay Taylor (1962 – 1987) and Daniel D. Reneau (1987 – 2013) were unveiled during an afternoon ceremony attended by family, friends and administrators.
The three new busts join those of Albert Einstein, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Anne Frank and Voltaire in Spirit Park, which is located between Davison Hall and the Biomedical Engineering Building on the Louisiana Tech campus.

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Pet of the Week

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Pepper is a little girl about 5 months old and only about 20 pounds. Spotted tan and white color with blue eyes, she is a sweetheart wanting to give a good home some love. A Curr mix of sorts, her adoption fee is $65. Call 251-DOGS for more information or come see the adoptable dogs at the new office located at 290 Rodeo Road, just south of Tech Farm Road. The office is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday or by appointment.

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NAMI Ruston to celebrate 27 years of support

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The Ruston Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness will celebrate its 27th Anniversary and National Mental Health Month. A program and dinner will be held, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in the Lincoln Parish Library Events Center, located at 910 North Trenton St.
This event is free, and all interested people are invited. For more information and to RSVP for the anniversary and National Mental Health Month event, please contact me.
History

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Glen View Elementary Honor Roll

Principal’s List:
First grade: Taylor Bernard, Reagan Breslin, Kameron Cole, Drew Coleman, Brooks Avery Davis, Jodi Dunbar, Kate Gray, Lily Gretofy, Chad Hamlin, Courtney Hunter, Reid Jennings, JaTyler Johnson, Severin Kirbow, Serenity Knox, Mariah Lewis, Savannah Long, Collin McConnell, Azlynn Miller, Nya Miller, Rimiyah Moore, Alyssa Morgan, Jaida Morgan, Zarriah Morgan, Samuel Nations, Rylie Nutt, Lily Oden, Avery Overstreet, Emily Palmer, Emma Pearce, Emma Pylant, Claire Roane, Kwuntaveon Shine, Naterriya Thomas, Bailey Timm, Audrey Usher, Tanner Williams and Terriyatta Williams

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Tech tennis duo honored

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Starkova, Nalborska named to All-Louisiana team
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Joanna Nalborska and Alexandra Starkova have applied an exclamation mark to their outstanding spring for the Louisiana Tech University tennis program.
The dynamic tandem have been announced as second unit members of the 2013 All-Louisiana collegiate squad selected by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association.
Nalborska and Starkova were instrumental in guiding the Lady Techsters of first-year Head Coach Freddy Gomez to an overall record of 15-5 and Western Athletic Conference mark of 7-1.

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Tech tracksters earn Eugene trip

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — Louisiana Tech University added another hurdler and the men’s 400-meter relay team to its list of athletes that have punched their tickets to Eugene, Ore., and the annual NCAA outdoor championships next month.
Advancing to the national meet following last weekend’s NCAA East preliminary meet at the Irwin Belk Track Complex were women’s hurdler Kim Francis and the men’s quarter-mile relay squad.

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Time to prepare for storm season

Up here in Northern Louisiana, it’s easy to forget that hurricane season is right around the corner.
Hurricane season begins June 1 and ends Nov. 30, which is why this week is set aside as National Hurricane Preparedness Week by the National Hurricane Center.
Hurricane experts have predicted the 2013 hurricane season will be more active than usual, so the time to prepare is now.

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