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July 18th, 2013

RPAR Standings

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This week’s standings in the Ruston Parks and Recreation Department leagues:
• Coed Adult Softball: Rehab, 9-2; 2 Legit, 8-2; Pitch Slappers, 8-4; BearClaws 7-4; Pass the Hit Stick, 8-4; Bank of Ruston, 6-5; Free Ballerz, 6-6; Dawgzilla, 6-6; Hunt, Guillot and Associates, 6-6; Turbo Goats, 4-7; Chili’s Bar and Grill, 4-8; Grace United Methodist Church, 2-10; MCS, 1-12
• 5-6 Year-Old Youth Basketball: Nuggets 3-0; Celtics 1-1; Lakers 1-1; Hawks 1-1; Bobcats 0-3

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Sarah Margaret Regan

Sarah Margaret Regan, age 70, died Monday, July 15, 2013. Born December 17, 1942 in Washington DC, she was the loving daughter of Attorneys William J. Regan and Margaret Caroline Henderson Regan, both of whom predeceased her. She is survived by her sister, Star-Beth Regan of Chattanooga. After WWII, her family moved to Miller Beach, Gary, Indiana where Sarah attended Saint Mary's Grade School and William A. Wirt High School. Sarah continued her education and earned a BA in Philosophy from Marian College, Indiana, an MA in Communication, Indiana State University, Terra Haute, Indiana.

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LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE
We, East End Mini Mart, are applying to the office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control of the State of Louisiana for the permit to sell beverages low alcoholic content at retail in the Parish of Lincoln at the following address: 604 Martin Luther King Dr., Ruston, LA 71270. Double A LLC, d/b/a East End Mini Mart.
/s/Salwan M. Mohamed
2td: July 18 & 19, 2013

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LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE
I, Salwan M. Mohamed, am applying to the City of Ruston for a permit to sell beverages of low alcoholic content at retail in the City of Ruston at the following address: 604 Martin Luther King Dr., Ruston, LA 71270. Double A LLC d/b/a/ East End Mini Mart.
/s/Salwan M. Mohamed
2td: July 18 & 19, 2013

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July 17th

Youthful exuberance

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McClelland thrilled to be new AD at Tech
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New Louisiana Tech University Athletics Director Thomas H. “Tommy” McClelland II said his age will not be a hindrance during a press conference announcing his appointment Tuesday in the Jarrell Room of the Charles Wyly Athletic Center.

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Man charged with theft

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A man is in jail after investigations connected him to two separate felony theft incidents.
Thomas Roquett Kavanaugh, 27, of Bossier City, was picked up by the Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office from the Caddo Parish Correctional Center after investigations connected him with the two incidents.
The first incident occurred on April 28 and the second occurred on May 19. Maj. Chad Alexander, spokesman for the LPSO, said both incidents occurred in the Vienna area, and the suspect apparently knew both victims.

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GSU names interim dean

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Godwin take over College of Arts and Sciences
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The head of Grambling State University’s visual and performing arts has assumed the role of interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
King David Godwin, who has worked at the university since 2007, now leads the institution’s largest college.

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Leadership Lincoln class to start in Sept.

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For those who are done following footsteps and want to make some of their own, Leadership Lincoln is the perfect place to start.
Leadership Lincoln is a program provided by the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce that teaches the qualities of an effective leader and gives participants ample opportunity to make those qualities flourish.
During the nine-month program, participants get an in-depth view of community issues, tour industries that have economic impact, develop leadership skills necessary to assume leadership roles and are exposed to community involvement opportunities.

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RPAR offers fall sports leagues

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Even though it is hot outside, we are already working on our fall leagues. Our fall seasons of soccer and flag football are about to kick into high gear. Registration is currently open for both sports and you can register online at www.ruston.org/registration or in person at our office at 605 James St. (in front of Ruston High School).

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McClelland good choice for Tech

Kudos to Louisiana Tech for thinking outside of the box to find its new athletics director.
Tech introduced 31-year-old Tommy McClelland as its new AD Tuesday, raising a few eyebrows with its youthful hire.
Those eyebrows were lowered as McClelland quickly showed his charisma and polish, saying all the right things to fire up a standing-room only crowd in the Guthrie Jarrell Room of the Tech Field House.
McClelland knows one of his primary jobs will be fundraising.

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