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January 27th, 2014

GREENWOOD CHURCH

In accordance with Louisiana Civil Code Article 446, notice is hereby given that GREENWOOD CHURCH an unincorporated nonprofit association in Lincoln Parish, Louisiana will hold a special meeting of the Board of Trustees at the Greenwood Church on February 10, 2014 at 11:00 A.M. for the purpose of adopting a resolution by the Board of Trustees providing for the following to wit: That the GREENWOOD CHURCH enter into an Oil, Gas, and Mineral Lease with SCHOEFFLER ENERGY, L.L.C.

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Terrell Daniel Stafford

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Funeral services for Terrell Daniel Stafford will be held at 10 am, Monday, January 27, 2014 in the Harmony Church, 1366 Hwy 1207 in Deville with Reverend Richie Craig officiating. Committal services will follow in the St. John's Catholic Cemetery in Deville under the guidance of White Oaks Funeral Home, Alexandria. Daniel, 32, of Ruston, entered eternal rest on Thursday, January 23, 2014. He was born January 23, 1982 to the union of Terrell Allen and Linda Kilpatrick Stafford in Alexandria. He graduated in 2001 from Buckeye High School in Deville.

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January 25th

Tech takes it to Marshall

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The Bulldogs were short-handed Saturday night with Raheem Appleby still out with an ankle injury and Michale Kyser suspended after being ejected from Louisiana Tech’s Thursday’s night win over Charlotte with two flagrant fouls.
But that didn’t slow the Bulldogs, who had a big sixth-man in the form of a boisterous crowd of 7,355 as Tech raced to a 98-77 win over Marshall at the Thomas Assembly.

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Lady Techsters topped at Tulane

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NEW ORLEANS — Tulane built an 18-point second half lead and then held off a late Louisiana Tech rally as the Green Wave defeated the Lady Techsters 75-61 Saturday afternoon at Devlin Fieldhouse.
Tulane (14-5, 5-1 Conference USA) took a 35-26 halftime lead and pushed it out to 18 at 57-39 with 11:17 to play in the game before Lulu Perry and Whitney Frazier spearheaded a Lady Techster rally.

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Lady Tigers win, GMen fall Saturday at Jackson State

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Victoya Ricks (00, pictured above left) poured in 16 points and pulled down seven rebounds while Joanna Miller added 15 points to lead the Grambling State Lady Tigers to a 79-68 win at Jackson State on Saturday. GSU is now 7-11 overall and 3-3 in the Southwestern Athletic Conference. In men’s action, Thomas Chandler topped the GMen with 13 points and eight rebounds while Antwan Scott (5, pictured above right) added nine points for GSU, which 76-59 to Jackson State. Grambling is now 1-15 overall and 0-7 in the SWAC.

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Ruston’s Williams set for Pro Bowl action tonight

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Former RHS, LSU standout DT joins five Saints playing for Team Rice
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Kyle Williams has made a living playing like a superstar but never really getting quite the recognition he deserves.
He’s battled through injuries to remain one of the NFL’s top defensive lineman, as he’ll showcase tonight as a member of Team Rice as the NFL holds its annual Pro Bowl in Honolulu.
Williams and fellow Pro Bowler Marcell Dareus formed one of the best defensive tackle pairings this past season for the Buffalo Bills.
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick knows how underrated Williams is and told that to recently to the nflspinzone website.

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Building success

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Gift in support of new Tech Engineering, Science facility
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Faculty and staff from Louisiana Tech University and Dow Chemical Company were excited to announce the donation of $1 million at a press conference in University Hall Saturday.
The generous gift from the Dow Company Foundation is in support of the university’s campaign to construct a new Integrated Engineering and Science Education Building, which will expand classroom, laboratory and faculty office space for the College of Engineering and Science.

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Sen. Vitter makes visit

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Gov. candidate stopped in Ruston on Friday
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Newly announced gubernatorial candidate U.S. Sen. David Vitter called education “the key to the kingdom” of Louisiana’s future during a stop in Ruston on Friday.
The conservative Republican spent about an hour in a closed-door meeting with a small group of education, business and community leaders.
Vitter said afterward that the group talked mostly about the value of education, not only from an academic standpoint but also as an economic driver.
“For the whole state, it is our future,” he said.
Vitter announced last week that he would run for governor in 2015.

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Bell to give annual district report

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Lincoln Parish School Board Superintendent Danny Bell will give his annual State of the District report at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday.
In the Lincoln Community Room of the Lincoln Parish Library a light lunch will be served and Lincoln Parish Schools ACHIEVE Coordinator Cathi Cox said anyone interested in advocating the public school system, and Lincoln Parish as a whole, is invited to attend.

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GSU faculty artwork displayed

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Until Thursday, residents will have the opportunity to see the artistic stylings of Grambling State University faculty and staff members in a special show.
The exhibit features paintings, digital photography, mixed media works, ceramics and drawings completed by faculty and staff members Drek Davis, Larry Holston, Donna McGee, Tommie Sue Slaughter and Terence C. Williams III.
A closing reception with all artists present will be held from 4:30-6 p.m. Thursday in the Dunbar Gallery, located on Hutchinson Street on GSU’s campus.

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