Ribbon cutting ceremonies were held recently for Burkes Outlet, located at 309 N. Service Road in the Interstate 20 Shopping Center. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was sponsored by the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce.
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Several local residents will take on acting roles while delivering a religious message next week at First Baptist Church.
With a little outside help, church members are set to present Heaven’s Gates & Hell’s Flames in the building’s sanctuary.
FBC Music Minister Wayne Bridges said Reality Ministries, which wrote and produced the religious drama, will bring in people to set up the scene and provide drama scripts, CD music and narration and a director for the show.
Families searching for some good, old-fashioned fun are in luck come March 15 when the Junior Auxiliary will present their annual Dinner and a Movie event.
This sixth annual event will kick off at 4:30 p.m. in Lincoln Parish Park with a sausage and hot dog dinner. Tickets for the dinner, which are $7, can be purchased from any JA member before the event or at www.jaofruston.org using PayPal. Entry to the park is free for the event.
The event will feature various booths with information and activities for children, as well as local entertainment and concessions.
Many homeowners aspire toward a pristine and lush lawn. For some a nice lawn gives them feelings of pride. Others believe a perfect lawn enables them to have the best-looking house in the neighborhood.
Many homeowners spend hours outdoors perfecting their lawns or spend a good deal of money hiring professionals to make their lawn more appealing. But just because a lawn looks good now doesn't mean it will look good later. That's because delicate grass can be damaged by a number of different factors.
Tickets are still available for the Port City Classic football game between Grambling State University and Alcorn State University. To obtain tickets, go to Ticketmaster or other ticket outlets in Shreveport or the GSU ticket office.