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Archive - Apr 13, 2006

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RHS track hosts Garrett Relays

Boddie will guide the Bearcats and Lady Bearcats into the school’s hosting of the annual Community Trust Bank-sponsored L.J. “Hoss” Garrett Relays at James Stadium.
Also lined up for the competition that will begin with field events at 3 p.m. and then with running events at 5 are Northwood-Shreveport, Simsboro and Choudrant in the boys’ division and Bastrop, Parkway, Choudrant, Simsboro and Northwood in the girls’ category.
Ruston High’s teams could make some major noise in several of the field events.

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Community must support fund-raisers

Two such vital organizations will be holding fund-raisers this week, and we encourage community members to back them.
Louisiana Tech University’s Kappa Alpha fraternity began its three-day-long “See-Saw-Athon” Tuesday morning on see-saws stationed on the corners of the split between Trenton and Vienna streets to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

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Who needs a map to travel?

So the now defensive passenger replies, “Yes, but I’m never driving,” or “It’s usually really dark.”
Figuratively speaking, I’ve been in both seats in this situation.
Recently, in fact, I was a participant and observer of direction-induced confusion. For my vacation time from work, my boyfriend was kind enough to invite me with him on a trip to Texas to see his father. How fun! I would simply pack some clothes, my contact lenses and soft rock CDs, and we would be ready to roll.

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Jury moves towards trash solution

The plan would designate 10 mega-sites throughout the parish that would replace the 125 trash bins currently located on most every roadway in the parish, except for those located within subdivisions.
The mega-sites would have trash compactors, have set hours and be manned by parish personnel. The sites would also have bins for small amounts of metal and lawn clippings.
“The public will have to be educated,” Parish Administrator Richard Durrett said. “You’re not going to be able to have someone working the sites at night.”

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