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Basketball scramble

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Ruston High’s Kendall Smith (1) and Bastrop High’s Rose Bryant (12) scramble for the basketball during second half action in Friday night’s showdown of Top Five state ranked teams at the Lady Bearcats’ gymnasium. The No. 1 rated Lady Rams took a 67-50 victory over No. 1 ranked Ruston.

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Grambling set to try wastewater fix

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Plan will move aerators in front of obstruction to improve circulation capacity

GRAMBLING — Grambling’s Town Council now has a plan in place to try to correct problems involving the town’s wastewater treatment facility.

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New ‘Living Well’ in today’s paper

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Inside today’s paper, readers will find the January edition of Living Well, the Ruston Daily Leader’s quarterly lifestyles magazine.

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LPECC a perfect fit

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Young students find freedom at new school
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The hallways at the Lincoln Parish Early Childhood Center look like a traditional elementary school. But inside the classes, visitors won’t find any neat rows of desks or children quietly taking notes.
Instead, visitors will find a bustle of activity with a slight hint of organized chaos. For a large portion of the day, students drift freely between various learning centers designed to teach them math, science, reading, dramatic play and tons of other things.
Cathi Pesnell, LPECC director, said the design is one proven to be ideal for teaching grade level expectations to 4-year-olds.

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Most students now nontraditional

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Gone are the days when the majority of students on a university campus enrolled immediately after graduating from high school, lived in a dorm and their only job was to attend class and make good grades.

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Choudrant High School sizzles

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Choudrant has much to be proud of right now. The town has been recognized for growth during the past few years when the economy has been at an all-time low.

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Who are the Boomers?

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Awareness of mental health heightened

In the wake of news of the tragic shooting in Arizona, mental illness is a topic at the forefront of everyone’s mind.

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First grade gets grant for math learning tools

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Kindergarten
The Glen View Kindergarten students have had a very exciting month full of learning fun. In language arts, the kindergarten students have been working on beginning and ending sounds, making rhyming words and reading and writing new words and sentences.

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First buck for Davis

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Eleven-year-old Davis Foreman of Mandeville killed his first deer near Dubach recently while hunting with his grandfather, Robert Dawkins of Ruston. Foreman used his grandfather’s 30.06 rifle to make the kill. Davis is the son of Scott and Michele Foreman.

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