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July 13th, 2017

ARAMARK EDUCATIONAL SERVICES LLC

ARAMARK EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, LLC is applying to the Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control of the State of Louisiana for a permit to sell beverages of HIGH and LOW alcohol content at retail in the Parish of LINCOLN at the following addresses: Louisiana Tech University (305 Wisteria St., Ruston, LA 71272): Joe Aillet Stadium, 1450 W. Alabama Ave., Ruston, LA 71270; J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park, Ruston, LA 71270; and Thomas Assembly Center, 1620-1810 E. Martin Luther King Jr Ave, Ruston, LA 71270. Officers of ARAMARK EDUCATIONAL SERVICES, LLC are:
JAMES P. BOGGS, PRESIDENT

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PROBATE DOC 12977

SUCCESSION OF
JOEL L. AMBROSE
PROBATE DOCKET NO. 12977
THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT
PARISH OF LINCOLN
STATE OF LOUISIANA
FILED: July 10, 2017
NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that JOEL L. AMBROSE, Executor of this Succession, has petitioned the Court for authority to sell the following described immovable property of the Succession at private sale to Tyler Towers, LLC for the total sum of $75,000.00:

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SCHOOL UNIFORMS ASSISTANCE

H.E.L.P. Provides Assistance with Purchase of School Uniforms

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Farmers Market to host Taste of Summer Fest Saturday

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The Ruston Farmers Market will hold a Taste of Summer Fest from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday at the market building, 220 East Mississippi, in downtown Ruston.
This annual event will have some new activities this year, Lauren Jennings, market manager, said.
“There will be a homemade pie-baking contest with contestants using at least one ingredient from the market,” she said, adding that judging will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday.
Applications are $5 and are available on the market’s homepage, www.RustonFarmersMarket.org.

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LPSO to patrol waste collection sites

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Litterers beware.
After Tuesday’s vote by the Solid Waste and Recycling Committee, members of the Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office will now be patrolling the areas around the centralized waste collection sites in the parish.
The committee, made up of five members of the Lincoln Parish Police Jury, voted to enforce solid waste collection site regulations through the use of LSPO officers.

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Officials encourage residents to participate

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Lincoln Parish residents will have the opportunity to dump household hazardous waste from 8 a.m.-noon Saturday at the North Louisiana Exhibition Center for free during the Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day hosted by the parish and the city of Ruston.

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Ruston Lions Club

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Pictured left: The Ruston Lions Club recently recognized Phillip Washington, left, with the Lions Community Service Award.  Washington is a longtime club member who for years assisted the elderly with income tax preparation for AARP. Pictured right: Lion Wayne Harris of the Ruston Lions Club recently addressed the group regarding some of his adventures as a player and coach in Texas Football. Harris spoke with great admiration of football great Darryl Royal.

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Tech Nation remembers Jarrell

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How he was able to do all the work involved in the delivering of 15,000 babies over a 50-year medical career and still have time attend more than 3,000 Louisiana Tech athletic events during the same half-century plus — more than anyone else in history — no one but Guthrie Jarrell will ever know.
But after four years of declining health, the man everyone knew as Dr. Jarrell, one of Tech’s most devoted followers and leaders, died at his Monroe home just before daybreak Wednesday. Services are pending.

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Journals highlight forgotten history

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Lincoln Parish resident Philip Cook recalls his former history professor making a pretty bold statement about north Louisiana.
“He said, ‘There’s no history in that side of the state Louisiana,’” Cook said.
Indeed that is a mighty audacious comment. It goes without saying that this excludes more than 50 percent of the state’s history.

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Delaying recess is right move

For the first time since 1994, U.S. Senators won’t be going home in early August for their traditional month-long summer break.
Instead, they’re staying in Washington, D. C., and finally, we hope, settling in to get some work done.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, of Kentucky, on Tuesday delayed the start of the August recess by two weeks in the face of an increasing stack of crucial legislation that’s basically gotten nowhere since the term began in January.

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