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November 29th

Show to feature Sweet Adelines, international champs Acoustix

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Ringing in the holiday season just got easier.
That’s because there’ll be plenty of ringing chords Saturday, when the Piney Hills Harmony chorus of Sweet Adelines and an international champion men’s barbershop quartet from Dallas present “Christmas on the Bayou.”
Curtain time is 7 p.m. at White’s Ferry Road Church of Christ, 3201 N. 7th St., in West Monroe. The two-hour show will include numerous songs by the Ruston-based Piney Hills Harmony, 45 minutes of harmony from the international champs Acoustix, plus segments by three chorus quartets and an ensemble.

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DART Angels bring wishes

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Residents help light up lives of victims, families
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“Christmas is a hectic time at DART but a wonderful time,” said Megan Warren. “I’m looking forward to spending my first Christmas as DART’s child advocate. It’s an opportunity to make Christmas happy for little kids who otherwise wouldn’t have Christmas at all.”

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Spots open on Ruston reserve police force

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The Ruston Police Department Reserves are looking for a few good men or women.
The Reserves will accept applications from qualified individuals until February.
In order to be a member of the Reserves, residents must be at least 25 years old and in good physical health. Applicants must also have a high school diploma or GED and have a minimum of 8 hours per month to devote to the work.
Reserves Lt. Walter Moss, reserve coordinator, said the physical fitness requirement should not be intimidating to potential applicants.

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Pet of the Week

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Gabe is a 7-year-old Maltese that loves to be around people. He enjoys playing and giving kisses. Gabe is up-to-date on routine shots and is house-trained. Call 215-DOGS for more information about Gabe.

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Program focuses on faith communities

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Recently, the Advisory Board members, presenters and staff of the National Alliance on Mental Illness Ruston Sharing Hope Program assembled for a joint meeting at the Northern Louisiana Medical Center.
The Advisory Board consists of 16 faith leaders in the local community, among them are area pastors, deacons, deaconesses and laymen, representing 13 area churches from Ruston, Grambling, Clay, Simsboro and Arcadia.
The five presenters are mainly Advisory Board members.

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November 27th

PUBLIC NOTICE

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Josh Hamilton comeback truly beyond belief

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This is truly beyond belief.
There was a time in Joshua Holt Hamilton’s life, and not that long ago, when he had reached the absolute rock bottom.

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’Dogs outlast SJSU

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SAN JOSE, Calif. — A pass interception by cornerback Chad Boyd with just under 30 seconds remaining sealed a 45-38 Western Athletic Conference victory over San Jose State at Spartan Stadium on Saturday night.

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G-Men thump Jags

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NEW ORLEANS — Grambling State University won’t be going to the Southwestern Athletic Conference championship game, but they got the next best thing Saturday afternoon.
The Tigers (9-2, 8-1) won the annual “Bayou Classic.”

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Ex-Bearcat Dan Childress selected for LHSAA Hall

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Former Ruston High School football star Dan Childress will be part of an exclusive group in late January when he is inducted into the Louisiana High School Athletic Association Sports Hall of Fame in Baton Rouge.
Childress, the son of former Bearcats’ head football coach Jimmy “Chick” Childress, will be one of seven individuals to be recognized on Jan. 26 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel and Conference Center.

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