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January 4th, 2013

JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION VS. NO: 54,400

JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
VS. NO: 54,400
LAURIE BARRETT MOORE AND ROGER NEIL MOORE
IN THIRD DISTRICT COURT,
PARISH OF LINCOLN
STATE OF LOUISIANA

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2013 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2013
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The following application will be considered at a meeting of the Planning Commission of the City of Ruston, Tuesday, January 22, 2013, at 5:30 P.M. in the Court Room, City Hall, 401 North Trenton Street.
Case No: 1144: Consider Revocation of the 50 Foot Undeveloped Phillips Drive, in Brewer Estates Subdivision of the City of Ruston, Louisiana
Applicant: Mark Graham
Location: Undeveloped Phillips Drive, in Brewer Estates Subdivision

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January 3rd

Stem cell research seminar

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Free event at La. Tech open to general public

Jamie Newman, research assistant professor, and Teresa Murray, assistant professor of biomedical engineering at Louisiana Tech University, have created the ADVANCE Networking Grant Seminar Series on Stem Cells and Biomedical Research, which is designed to engage researchers from across the state, while also educating the general public and providing opportunities to ask questions and openly discuss the topic.

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Recognizing those who give

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Nominees sought for Bill Best Humanitarian Award
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Local residents have an opportunity to voice their opinion on who is the “Best” at giving in Lincoln Parish.
The Ruston Rotary Club is currently accepting nominations for the 2012 Bill Best Humanitarian Award.
The Lincoln Humanitarian Award was first established by the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce staff in 1997 to recognize a local resident for their outstanding contributions to humanitarian interests, unselfish giving and service to others in times of need.

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Picking up pieces after families split up

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Divorce Care for Kids provides support for local children
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When parents divorce, they are not the only ones who feel the effects.
Their children are impacted as well. 
“The statistics on the number of children of divorced parents that end up turning to drugs, sex, alcohol or a generally ‘high-risk’ activity are staggering,” said Donna Bernard. “We visit with the kids and give them tools to express their emotions about what they’re going through. We hope they will go ahead and work through it, and if they are unhappy with their parents for doing this, they can find a way to forgive their parents.”

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Club News

Louisiana Laureate Omega Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi                           
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The Louisiana Laureate Omega Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has been celebrating the theme “You’re Among Friends” for the 2012-13 calendar year. The chapter launched the beginning of meetings and activities with a dinner at Dean and Linda Dick’s lake house on Lake D’Arbonne. Hostesses for the event were Linda Dick, Dorene Decell and Peggy Fallin.

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Tech: A high grade for Holtz

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National publication gives school ‘B’ for hiring
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One report card has been filed on Louisiana Tech University’s recent hiring of new head coach in football.
The Bulldogs’ program got a passing grade, too.
In an evaluation of jobs filled by NCAA Football Subdivision schools in the past several weeks, USA Today Sports Weekly pinned a “B” on the Tech hiring of Skip Holtz Jr.

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Whitworth, Bengals ready for playoffs

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Ex-West Monroe High star, teammates open postseason at Houston
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CINCINNATI — BenJarvus Green-Ellis didn’t suit up for the Cincinnati Bengals’ practice on Tuesday. He wore black sweatpants and a gray hooded sweatshirt, running by himself at one end of the University of Cincinnati’s covered football field while everyone else ran plays.
It’s another challenge for an offense that’s hit the wall.

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New Living Word teams No. 2 at tourney

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Ruston’s New Living Word School boys and girls were both runner-ups at their own invitational tournament held recently.
The boys’ team defeated Gibsland-Coleman 71-15 and lost to Summerfield 61-57, while the girls’ squad edged Summerfield 37-36 and lost to powerful Dubach 61-44.
Leading the scoring for the NLWS boys against Gibsland-Coleman were Tracy Hampton (21), Javier Roper (1), Xavious Williams(12) and Amari McGray (11).

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GSU teams lose SWAC openers

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League play opens on road against Alabama A&M
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NORMAL, Ala. — Grambling State University’s basketball teams dropped their season openers in the Southwestern Athletic Conference at T.M. Elmore Gymnasium on Wednesday night.
The Tigers (1-10, 0-0) were a 76-53 victim against Alabama A&M (5-7, 1-0), while the Lady Tigers (1-11, 0-1) suffered a 78-56 defeat to the Bulldogs (2-9, 1-0).

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