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A salute to Junior Auxiliary

Their efforts may be masked in the form of some type of party or social occasion, but the revenues raised from those is going straight to the benefit of residents in the community who need it.
They have formed a network of supporters from every segment of our community and it includes many individuals and businesses who have the means to contribute significantly to improve the lives of area children. That is the focus — the children.

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Everyone should learn CPR skills

Two days before Christmas, a Ruston teen proved just how important those words of advice were.
Phillip White, 16, was visiting with other family members during a holiday get-together when tragedy struck. White’s nephew, 15-month-old Dakota Lowery, fell into a pond and appeared to have drowned.
White jumped into the water, grabbed Dakota, and handed the toddler to his mother. Family members then piled into a van for a trip to the Lincoln General Hospital emergency room.

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Privatization not in LGH plans for now

“That’s not what we’re looking at,” Lincoln General board member James Davison said Friday morning in response to a story that ran in The News-Star. “We are considering additional help from some of our regional partners, but we’re not looking at privatization.”

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