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May 6th, 2014

Cougars on road for second round

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Austin McNeill and the Cedar Creek Cougars hit the road today to play a 4:30 p.m. Class 1A second round playoff game at East Beauregard.

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Lady Cougars beat odds

Congratulations to the Cedar Creek Lady Cougars, the queens of Class 1A softball after bringing home a state softball championship this weekend and winning a pair of games Saturday to win the title.
Getting the title wasn’t easy as Cedar Creek played the role of Cinderella, making history as the lowest-seeded team to win a Class 1A championship since the LHSAA switched to a seeded postseason system before the 2008 season.
Even better, the Cougars did so against a team that the Lady Cougars and Head Coach Julie Riser have a long history with.

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Livestock still popular among 4-H'ers

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Livestock is still one of the popular projects that we have in 4-H. One of the important things to realize is that a livestock project can be for anyone. It’s not just about teaching young people to raise animals. In fact, the primary purpose of the youth livestock program is to provide an opportunity for personal growth and development of a young person. Learning how to feed, fit and show an animal is a secondary purpose.

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Legal Notice

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF PROPOSED ORDINANCE AND TRANSFER OF PROPERTY
The Board of Aldermen of the City of Grambling shall meet on the 5th day of June, 2014 at 5:30 o'clock p.m. in the Council Chambers, City Hall, Grambling, LA, and hold a public hearing to consider the adoption of the following ordinance:

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Marvin Leon Brazzel

Funeral services for Mr. Marvin Leon Brazzel, age 72 of Dubach, will be held at 10:00 AM Wednesday, May 7, 2014 at Corinth Baptist Church near Dubach. Officiating the service will be Rev. Scott Jennings and Rev. DeWayne Ramsey. Burial will follow in Corinth Cemetery under the direction of Owens Memorial Chapel Funeral Home of Ruston. Mr. Brazzel was born March 12, 1942 in Corinth to Marion Frank Brazzel and Florence Holley Brazzel. He died May 5, 2014 in Ruston. Mr.

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May 5th

A meal at the White House

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Fourth graders from Cedar Creek School enjoyed the annual White House Dinner at Squire Creek Country Club on Friday.
The goal of the dinner, which is an annual event, is to teach students the proper way to cut meat, which utensils to start and end with, common courtesy, proper attire and other basic etiquette standards.
“Fourth- and fifth-grade social studies classes have a whole unit of government they learn at the end of the year and this dinner ties that all up,” Teacher Tracie Rugg said.

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Man charged with cruelty to a child

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A Ruston man faces charges of cruelty to a juvenile and aggravated battery in connection with a weekend incident involving a 10-year-old.
Walter Leshun Atkins, 38, was arrested Saturday after he allegedly choked a juvenile and then repeatedly hit the child’s head on the hood of a parked car. The incident happened at Green Acres Mobile Home Park after the child reportedly tried to get a soda from a cooler.

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Amending leadership

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The Lincoln Parish School Board will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday to discuss bids on upcoming projects, personnel changes and several other issues in its regular session.
School Superintendent Danny Bell will recommend the board accept a base bid of $1,539,000 submitted by Triad Builders for the construction of renovations and additions to Cypress Springs Elementary.

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Walk held to stamp out suicide

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Some 200 supporters came out for the second annual “Out of the Darkness” suicide prevention walk. Pictured here, Zeta Chi fraternity member James Roberts registers for the walk with volunteer Amy Parnell.
The Zeta Chi Fraternity showed up early to help set up for the event, which was started by Louisiana Tech University Associate Registrar Josh Chovanec.
“I’ve had suicide affect me personally and me and a group of friends decided to start something to raise awareness,” Chovanec said.

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Partnerships in a small town

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Don’t you love living in a small town? As a military kid, I moved more than 15 times and attended 11 schools before I graduated from high school. When I moved to Ruston in 1983, I was taken aback when people knowingly gazed at me as they asked, “You’re not from here, are you honey?” At that time, I found it disconcerting. Now I find it comforting. Now I savor the fruit of life in a small town, where people know one another and often one another’s parents; where they look out for one another’s children; and where they pitch in to support one another’s projects, ministries, and events.

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