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NOTICE OF Sale This will serve as official

NOTICE OF Sale
This will serve as official notice of a Surplus Material Sale to be held at the Lincoln Parish Maintenance and Storage Facility, formerly Lincoln Parish Career Academy, 1428 Arlington Street, Ruston, on Friday, December 7, 2012, from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. Surplus items include multiple 32”, 25” and 19” televisions, 3 gas ovens, 1 dishwasher, 2 treadmills, 3 sewing machines, overhead projectors, bulletin/chalkboard combo, multiple AV carts, DVD and VHS video players.

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LEGAL NOTICE 167 NORTH SELF STORAGE

LEGAL NOTICE
167 NORTH SELF STORAGE pursuant to LA R.S. 9:4759, notice is hereby given that 167 NORTH SELF STORAGE, located at 5568 Highway 167 N, Ruston, LA 71270, will sell at auction the following described properties located in unit indicated and leased to person so named:
Turner, Amie
3567 Hwy 167
Dubach, LA 71235
Unit No. # J360
Whirlpool refrigerator, deep freeze, box fan, baby stroller, misc. items
DATE OF AUCTION: December, Wednesday 05, 2012 @ 10:00 a.m. For cash at Public Auction to the last and highest bidder. The property to be sold as one complete purchase.

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White’s Bulldogs starting another exciting season

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Cleaning off a post-Thanksgiving Day notepad:
• As long as Michael White is head coach for the men’s basketball team at Louisiana Tech University, fans can expect plenty of exciting moments and victories.
After a super debut at the helm last year (reaching finals of Western Athletic Conference postseason tournament), the Bulldogs took a 4-1 record and four-game win streak into Saturday night’s home battle against Interstate Highway 20 rival Louisiana-Monroe.
Of course, the operative words surrounding White are “as long as” he is the head coach of Tech.

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Bulldogs upend ULM

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Maybe it wasn’t the $300 million-plus Powerball jackpot, but Louisiana Tech University’s basketball Bulldogs punched another winning ticket of their own on Saturday night.
For the fifth consecutive game, the last year’s Western Athletic Conference postseason tournament runner-ups left a winner and this time against their rival down Interstate Highway 20.
The Bulldogs (5-1) got a 23-point effort out of guard Cordarius Johnson and 18 points from “Young Reliable” sophomore guard Raheem Appleby to pin a 68-52 defeat on the winless Warhawks (0-2).

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Tech ahead at halftime

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(Editor’s note: Due to a late kickoff time, the full game story on Louisiana Tech-San State Joe will be included in Monday’s sports).
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Louisiana Tech University rallied back from early deficits of 10-0 and 17-6 to take a 27-24 halftime lead against San Jose State on Saturday night.

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G-Men edged by Southern

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Tigers end with 1-10 mark with 38-33 loss
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NEW ORLEANS — Too much Joseph Dray.
That wound up being the problem for Grambling State University in the annual Bayou Classic at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Saturday.
Dray threw for five touchdowns, as Southern University overcame an early deficit and held on late to get past longtime rival Grambling State 38-33.
Grambling had an 18-point defict (38-20) early in the fourth quarter, but trimmed Southern’s lead down with two touchdowns. The Tigers reached Southern’s 41-yard line in the final seconds, but quarterback Frank Rivers was sacked and fumbled to end the game.

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Bush’s Bearcats capture two wins

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Ruston High School’s boys went 2-1 in basketball action held at the Paul Millsap Classic which was hosted recently by Grambling High School.
The Bearcats of Head Coach Chris Bush won over New Living Word 60-36 and Grambling High 53-37 while losing to Monroe Carroll High 67-58.
Pacing the way in the win against Grambling High were Jerry Melton (16 points, five rebounds), Jamaya Burr (14 points, three rebounds, five assists), Deterrial Samuel (nine points, five rebounds) and Raheem Regis (five points, five rebounds).

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