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April 18th, 2014

RCT unveils witchy comedy ‘All because of Agatha’

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Ruston Community Theatre’s next production, the witty comedy “All Because of Agatha,” written by playwright, Jonathan Troy, will run at The Dixie Center for the Arts May 1-4, and is sponsored by Woodard & Clement Law Offices.

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Jazzland set to help boys, girls club

Marc Broussard to headline event
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The Board of Directors of the Boys and Girls Clubs of North Central Louisiana will present the second annual fundraiser JAZZLAND, a benefit concert for the Boys and Girls Club on May 9 at the Dixie Center for the Arts in Ruston.
The concert will feature noted Southern-rock/soul artist Marc Broussard and open with a performance from Larry Pannell and the Grambling State University Faculty Jazz Ensemble. All funds generated from the event will go directly to support the Boys and Girls Club.

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Diamond ’Dogs hit road to face USM

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HATTIESBURG, Miss. — With Louisiana Tech still in the hunt for its first series victory of the 2014 season, the Bulldogs face a tall task this weekend when they travel to take on Conference USA foe Southern Miss in a three-game series beginning at 6 p.m. today at Pete Taylor Park.
Southern Miss (21-17, 10-5 C-USA) has won all five of its conference series played this season, as the Golden Eagles enter the weekend tied for second with UAB and UTSA in the most recent C-USA standings.

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Prep softball pairings announced

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Choudrant, Cedar Creek to start postseason play with home games
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Choudrant High School and Cedar Creek School will be at home as the Louisiana High School Athletic Association softball playoffs begin next week.
The Lady Aggies are the highest seed at No. 11 in Class B and will play host to No. 22 Bell City at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Cedar Creek is the No. 12 seed in Class 1A and will play host to No. 21 Montgomery at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
A first-round win would send the Lady Cougars to a second-round matchup between the winner of Monday’s game pitting No. 5 Sacred Heart against No. 28 Northwood Lena.

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Tech tennis advances to CUSA quarterfinals

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NORFOLK, Va. — For the fifth time this season Louisiana Tech lost the doubles point but then came back to win with strong singles.
That fifth time was today as the Lady Techsters rebounded with four straight set wins to defeat UAB, 4-1, on Thursday afternoon at the Folkes-Steven Tennis Center.
With the victory, No. 5 seed Tech (15-6) advanced to the quarterfinals to take on No. 4 seed Marshall at 1 p.m. today.

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Tech track and field to compete at LSU Alumni Gold meet

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For the first time in a month, Louisiana Tech’s track and field programs return to the friendly confines of the borders of the Pelican State. Tech will face several ranked programs Saturday at the LSU Alumni Gold meet in Baton Rouge.

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Dollars & $ense makes sense

Most teenagers don’t have a realistic grasp on budgeting. The Dollars & $ense fair sponsored by the United Way is out to change that by teaching kids how to be responsible with money.
Although money management is probably the most common type of math we have to calculate as adults, oddly enough, most schools do not offer a budgeting or practical financing class in their core curriculum.

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Accountability for equality

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Education. Food. Medical care. Privacy. Housing.
These are just a few of many things the United Nations declared as human rights that every person is entitled to in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948.
Forty-eight countries signed the document, a promise to hold each other to the high standards outlined in the 30 articles. But these countries have broken their promise.

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Repealing certain laws infeasible

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Recently there has been talk of the Louisiana Legislature attempting to take a law off the books that was deemed by the U.S. Supreme Court as unconstitutional.
On Tuesday, the House killed a bill that would remove Louisiana’s anti-sodomy law.
In an article published by the Associated Press, it stated the bill was brought before the legislature by Rep. Patricia Smith, D-Baton Rouge, who was seeking to remove consensual sex between people of the same sex from Louisiana’s crimes against nature law. The U.S. Supreme Court threw out a similar Texas law a decade ago in Lawrence v. Texas.

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LINCOLN PARISH SHERIFF DELINQUENT TAX LIST

LINCOLN PARISH SHERIFF DELINQUENT TAX LIST
LINCOLN PARISH SHERIFF VS. DELINQUENT TAX DEBTORS

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