Top: Leader photos by LAURA BOND
Chad and Heather Reeder teach next door to each other at Ruston High School.
Bottom left: Submitted photo
Reeder was featured on the cover of Cheer Coach & Advisor magazine.
Bottom right: Reeder’s father, Tommy Hay (above), was a coach at Ruston High School.
Bearcat blood roars through Heather Reeder.
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The Lincoln Parish Fire Department responded to a mobile home fire at 203 Water Tank Road, the Green Acres Mobile Home Park, at approximately 12:06 a.m. today.
The first fire department personnel on the scene found heavy fire and smoke coming from the mobile home.
Firefighters were reportedly unable to enter the residence because of the intensity of the fire and were forced to make a defensive attack on the structure. The intensity of the fire also caused significant damage to an adjacent mobile home.
The Lincoln Parish Library will host a musical performance by noted pianist Rita Spillers on Friday.
The program, which is sponsored by the senior programming committee, will begin at 10 a.m. in the Lincoln Parish Library Events Auditorium.
The concert will feature the dynamic, classical and popular music of Liberace, coupled with casual humor likened to the famous entertainer Victor Borge. The artist also plans to include Beethoven to Boogie and Gershwin. The program is scheduled to last approximately one hour.
Several students from Lincoln Parish were recently honored at the Governor’s Mansion for their participation in the 12th annual Louisiana Environmental Awareness Student Art Contest, hosted by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.
“In April my students submitted their work for the contest,” said Gifted/Talented Art Teacher at Ruston Junior High School Crystal Pye. “The theme this year was Watersheds.”