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Woman addresses aquifer issue

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Louisiana Office of Conservation Commissioner James Welsh plans to wait until at least late this year to decide on a request from the Baton Rouge Metro Council for a hearing to address saltwater intrusion into a city drinking water aquifer. 
A study from the U.S. Geological Survey on the saltwater intrusion issue is to be completed in October.
Eugene Owen, of Baton Rouge, director/chairman  of  Utility  Holdings, Baton Rouge Water,  Parish Water,  Ascension  Water  and LAWCO, New Iberia, stated that they are running out of time. Owen is very experienced and was even reappointed to the Capital Area Groundwater Conservation District.

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GSU receives Reynolds Foundation grant

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The Department of Mass Communication at Grambling State University is in rarefied company, being the smallest program among the more than 30 universities in the country that competed for the $50,000 Reynolds Foundation Visiting Business Journalism Professor Program grant.
The grant proposal was submitted by Martin Edu, chair of the department. Other journalism programs whose grant proposals were also selected included Colorado State University, Texas Christian University and the University of South Carolina.
The grant was sponsored by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism at Arizona State University from a $1.67 million grant received from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation to promote business journalism. This is the first phase of the annual competitive awards to be made to colleges and universities over the five-year life of the grant.

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French Creative wins gold at MarCom Awards

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French Creative Group captured a Gold MarCom Award in the recent international 2011 MarCom Awards competition for its “On the Wings of a Hero” marketing campaign promoting the Chennault Aviation and Military Museum’s fundraising gala and banquet benefiting the museum’s planned expansion.
There were more than 6,000 entries from the United States, Canada and several other countries in the competition. Entrants ranged from ad agencies and PR firms to media conglomerates and Fortune 500 companies.

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Lumpkin named treasurer of LIDEA

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Northern Louisiana economic developer and North Louisiana Economic Partnership partner, Kristi Lumpkin, was elected treasurer of Louisiana Industrial Development Executive Association this year. Lumpkin served last year as secretary for the group.
She is also the economic development administrator for the City of Ruston and prior to that worked for Louisiana Economic Development in Baton Rouge and for Acadiana Economic Development in Lafayette.

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High schoolers’ academic excellence honored

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The annual Academic Awards Banquet was held Feb. 13. Listed are the names of all students who were honored at the banquet. In order to be recognized, students had to have been a Lincoln Parish student for one full academic year, earned at least a 3.5 grade point average and taken certain classes set forth by guidelines. The awards were based on the school year ending May 2011.
Students awarded (listed by number of years they have received the award) at each school were as follows:

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Tech artists, A.E. Phillips collaborate on project

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They may just be across the street, but they are decades away.
A chain-link fence on the edge of A.E. Phillips Laboratory School separates it from Louisiana Tech’s School of Art, but that fence will also bring them together.
Thanks to a collaborative effort between Jes Schrom, an assistant professor of photography, and Maggie Boudreaux, an A.E.P. teacher, junior high students from A.E.P. and Tech students are working together to create a community art piece.

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school news: GLEN VIEW ELEMENTARY

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Kindergarten
February is a very exciting month for the kindergartners at Glen View. This month is full of exciting information on dental health, President’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Mardi Gras, Black History and the 100th day of school. The kindergarten teachers have prepared several fun activities to instill a desire and love for learning.

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school news: CYPRESS SPRINGS ELEMENTARY

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Kindergarten
January was a very busy month for kindergarteners at Cypress Springs Elementary. We learned about the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr and his dream for peace. We wrote stories about our dreams using our “Being a Writer” strategies. We shared our stories with our reading partners. We would like to thank Dr. John Ward for his dedication to Cypress Springs and our students.

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school news: HILLCREST ELEMENTARY HONOR ROLL LIST

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Hillcrest has announced the honor roll list for the third six weeks grading period.
Principal’s List
First grade: Kenley Brasher, Henry Chen, Amanda Croxton, Reagan Drewett, Nicolas Gassant, Chandler Gulledge, Ginger Johnson, Annie Jones, Jackson King, Anna Grace Lee, John Madix, Abigail Martin, Andrew McKaskle, Alaina Moffett, Grace Morrison, Logan Pardue, Anna Puckett, Julianna Roberson, Caden Rotondi, Brody Soto, Jed Stephens, Emma Thorn and Joshua Thorson

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school news: GRAMBLING STATE UNIVERSITY

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School of Nursing seeks to continue accreditation

The School of Nursing at Grambling State University is seeking continuing accreditation of its Bachelor of Nursing (BSN) and the Master of Nursing (MSN) degree programs with the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC), the national accrediting body for nursing education. A five-member team from NLNAC is scheduled to visit the School, March 13-15. The BSN program has been accredited since 1991 and the MSN program since 2000 by NLNAC.

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