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September 4th, 2013

TOWN OF DUBACH

TOWN OF DUBACH
REGULAR MEETING OF TOWN COUNCIL The Town Council of Dubach, Louisiana met in Regular Session Monday, August 19, 2013 at 6:30 pm at the Town Hall.
Present were Honorable Robert Jensen Mayor, and Council members Vallie Carrico, Robert Colvin, Hattie Graham, Davie Powell, Donna Lewis, Chief Croxton, and Jessica Darden with the Ruston Daily Leader.
Absent: NONE
Citizens attended: Seth Humble and W. L. Rowland
The Meeting opened with Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation by Mayor Jensen.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

PUBLIC NOTICE
ADOPTION OF 2013 MILLAGE RATES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a public meeting of the Lincoln Parish Police Jury will be held at its regular meeting place located at 100 West Texas Avenue, Third Floor Courthouse, Ruston, LA on Tuesday, October 8, 2013 at 7:00 PM to discuss and adopt its 2013 Millage rates.
1td: September 4, 2013

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LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE

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I, James Williams Goins, have been convicted of 14:81 INDECENT BEHAVIOR WITH JUVENILES on Sep 22, 2004 - Place of Conviction: 26TH JUD. DIST. D. My address is 253 HAMILTON ROAD, DUBACH, LA 71235
Race: White
Sex: Male
DOB: 11/17/1985
Height: 5’10”
Weight: 197 lbs
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Blue
2td: September 3 & 4, 2013

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INVITATION TO BID

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For Further Information
Contact: Laurance Guidry
(318) 861-4808
Louisiana Relay 711
NEWS RELEASE
INVITATION TO BID

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September 3rd

Urgent need for blood in Monroe

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Type O supply critically low

MONROE – LifeShare Blood Centers reports the local O negative blood supply is critically low and requests that all eligible type O negative donors give blood as soon as possible.

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For the love of the game

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Improved booster group partners with Blue Light Café
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Ruston High School has long been known for a tradition of football excellence.
And a group of former RHS football players are striving to keep that tradition alive as they work to rebuild the Bearcat Football Club Inc.
Established as a nonprofit organization in 1988 under the direction of Coach Jimmy “Chick” Childress and the late Pat Moyer, a longtime faithful supporter of the Bearcats, the BFC has worked to provide many different things the Bearcats football team has needed over the years.

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A package of weed

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GSU student charged with intent to distribute
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Grambling State University Police Department made an arrest Friday after a suspicious package was found in the mail room.
Officers arrested Terrell Lee Briggs, 26, of 1703 Aralia Drive, Pomona, Calif., at approximately 4:45 p.m. Friday. According to the affidavit, a mail room employee reported to police a package had been received that was suspicious and had a distinct odor of what was believed to be marijuana.
An officer responded to the call and upon arrival sniffed the package. The officer stated in the affidavit a strong smell of suspected marijuana was coming from the package.

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Napping behind the wheel leads to DWI

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A man was arrested on Monday after being found passed out behind the wheel of a vehicle.
At approximately 9:31 p.m. Monday, Alberto Ybanez II, 40, of 957 Jimbo Freeman Road, was reportedly found parked in the middle of CCC Road with no headlights and passed out behind the wheel.
According to the affidavit, Ybanez identified himself and police reported a very strong odor of alcoholic beverages being emitted from his breath.Police also reported the suspect’s eyes being very bloodshot and glassy, his speech being slurred and having poor motor coordination.

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Harris’ love of kids pushes her out of retirement

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Just because someone decides to retire, doesn’t mean they’re finished working.
That’s certainly the case with new Head Start Director Pamela Harris, who spent more than 20 years working in the Lincoln Parish School system, most recently as the principal of Ruston Elementary School.
She retired from the system about three years ago, and when former Head Start Director Mildred Hill retired, Harris saw a great opportunity.

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Preparing lawns for winter

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After a long summer of lawn maintenance many homeowners are glad to see the growing season coming to a close, a time when the lawn mower can be put into the garage and lawn care tasks are put on the list for next spring. But wait, soon garden centers start advertising the need for winterizing the lawn and the calls start coming into the office asking about winterization.

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