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August 30th, 2013

WELLS FARGO BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION

WELLS FARGO BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR CITIGROUP MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST, SERIES 2004- OPT1, ASSET BACKED ,PASSTHROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2004-OPT1 ,IN THIRD DISTRICT COURT,
PARISH OF LINCOLN
Vs.No. 56545 STATE OF LOUISIANA
UNOPENED SUCCESSION OF CURTIS M FRANCE AND CHERYL FAYE BURKS FRANCE

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DIXIE SHELL HOMES OF AMERICA INC IN THIRD DISTRICT COURT

DIXIE SHELL HOMES OF AMERICA INC IN THIRD DISTRICT COURT, PARISH OF LINCOLN
Vs.No. 56538 STATE OF LOUISIANA
ANGELO DARNELL WILLIAMS

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U S BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION IN THIRD DISTRICT COURT

U S BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION IN THIRD DISTRICT COURT, PARISH OF LINCOLN
Vs. No. 56477 STATE OF LOUISIANA
WALTER DAVIS HILLS, ET AL

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FINANCIAL FREEDOM SENIOR FUNDING CORPORATION IN THIRD DISTRICT COURT

FINANCIAL FREEDOM SENIOR FUNDING CORPORATION IN THIRD DISTRICT COURT, PARISH OF LINCOLN
Vs. No. 54153 STATE OF LOUISIANA
UNOPENED SUCCESSION OF DAVID LEE LEWIS

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August 29th

Men standing strong

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Ten community leaders have joined forces to kick off a new initiative for Domestic Abuse Resistance Team. The founding members of "Men Standing Strong" — men who make a public stand against domestic violence and pledge their support to DART in its efforts provide support to families struggling with abuse — met this week at Community Trust Bank. Randy Ewing, Rev. Thomas Kennedy, Rusty Woodard, Dr.

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Change in schedule

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Simsboro High moves to 4-by-4 blocks
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For high school students in Lincoln Parish, the school day typically involves seven different classes with seven different teachers and seven different sets of expectations. This year, however, Simsboro High School students will only have to deal with only four classes each day.
Ricky Durrett, principal of the K-12 school, explained that the school’s oldest students are now on a 4-by-4 block schedule. They will take four 90-minute classes each semester with a switch at half term.

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GSU hires, promotes officers

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Grambling State University is making history yet again.
Wednesday marked the induction and promotion of several officers employed by the GSU Police Department.
In May 2013, GSU hired Willy Bell, a retired police chief from North Carolina, as a consultant to come in to revamp and restructure the entire department.
“All of the guys we have hired have past experience,” Bell said. “I won’t go home until we have hired everyone to fill out the new structure we have designed.”

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Men as supporters, men as allies

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In a strong majority of the situations DART encounters, we are called upon to help protect a woman from abuse by her husband or boyfriend. The regrettable truth is that in the majority of domestic violence cases, the victim is a woman and the abuser is a man. For this reason, some people may believe that DART has a problem with men.
Please allow me to dispel that myth. We are huge fans of men! In fact, DART believes that men are a powerful force in our efforts to stop family violence.
When a man stands up and says, “I will not tolerate domestic violence,” people take notice.

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Red River Revel Fest announces line-up

Food, art and music will abound at the 38th Annual Red River Revel Arts Festival, Oct. 5-12, in downtown Shreveport Festival Plaza. Known as north Louisiana’s largest outdoor arts festival, the Red River Revel attracts more than 180,000 visitors to enjoy live music featuring national headline performers, “Homegrown” Louisiana favorites and local and regional talent from throughout the region.

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N.C. State, Tech not that different

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Wolfpack coach sees similarities between two teams
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Two teams in transition. Two teams with new head coaches and staffs. Two teamss with new starting quarterbacks. Two teams looking to getting better defensively after struggling on that side of the ball in 2012.
Louisiana Tech and North Carolina State will square off at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, and while they’re not exactly mirror images of each other, there are still many similarities between the Bulldogs, who went 9-3 last season, and the Wolfpack, who finished with a 7-6 mark.

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