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Archive - Jan 19, 2006

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Foreign tale told at familiar site

In the upcoming Ruston Community Theater production, Choudrant High School principal Doug Postel will set aside his lesson books and hopefully pick up audience admiration when he portrays the title character. The first RCT play to be performed in the newly-renovated Dixie Center for the Arts, The Foreigner tells the story of a man who discovers himself by pretending to be someone else.

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Ground breaking long awaited

It is a project which has been long in its completion. After seven years of planning and work it is coming to its fruition with construction starting very soon.
Phase I of the project, called the U.S. Highway 167 underpass, will extend both the north and south service roads connecting U.S. 167 and Tech Drive/Cooktown Road. The service roads currently make a “U” and tie in underneath Interstate 20 near the intersection of the south service road and Baldwin Street.

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Grambling calls special meeting

“I want us to discuss the situation and gather more input for the citizens of Grambling,” Andrus said. “The petition will be available if citizens want to sign it.”
The petition was started by GSU National Alumni Association president James Bradford. Andrus said she supports the petition circulated by Bradford.
“The relationship between the city and the university has deteriorated,” Andrus said. “That’s what disturbs me. If a person in charge is not fixing the problem, they need to be replaced.”

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