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May 20th, 2014

Tech men strong in APR

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Since Mike White’s arrival in Ruston, the Louisiana Tech Bulldog basketball program has had nothing but success on the hardwood.
However, maybe even more impressive than the win-loss column has been the program’s commitment to succeeding in the classroom.
In the NCAA’s most recent Academic Progress Rates (APR) released today, the Bulldog basketball program recorded its highest single year rate (1000) and multi-year rate (937) since the inception of the scores a decade ago.

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THE WATER We Drink

THE WATER We Drink
FELLOWSHIP WATER SYSTEM
Public Water Supply ID: LA1061004

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NOTICE OF PROPOSED ORDINANCE AND TRANSFER OF PROPERTY

NOTICE OF PROPOSED ORDINANCE AND TRANSFER OF PROPERTY
The Board of Aldermen of the City of Grambling shall meet on the 5th day of June, 2014 at 5:30 o'clock p.m. in the Council Chambers, City Hall, Grambling, LA, and hold a public hearing to consider the adoption of the following ordinance:

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FROM: Public Works Committee

TO: LINCOLN Parish Police Jury
FROM: Public Works Committee
SUBJECT: Committee Report
The Public Works Committee of the Lincoln Parish Police Jury met in the Police Jury Meeting Room, Third Floor, Lincoln Parish Courthouse, April 8, 2014, at 6:30 p.m. Present were: Randy Roberson, Chair; Hazel Hunter, Bobby Bennett, Nancy Wilson and Ronny Walker.
ABSENT: Skip Russell
Randy Roberson called the meeting to order and delivered the invocation.

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Public Property and Buildings Committee

TO: LINCOLN Parish Police Jury
FROM: Public Property and Buildings Committee
SUBJECT: Committee Report
The Public Property and Buildings Committee of the Lincoln Parish Police Jury met in the Police Jury Meeting Room, Third Floor, Lincoln Parish Courthouse, April 8, 2014, at 6:00 p.m. Present were: Sharyon Mayfield, Chair; Hazel Hunter, David Hammons, Walter Pullen, Jody Backus, and Nancy Wilson.
ABSENT: None
Sharyon Mayfield called the meeting to order and Ronny Walker delivered the invocation.

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Tuesday, April 8 meeting

THE LINCOLN Parish Police Jury met in regular session on Tuesday, April 8, 2014, at 7:00 p.m., at its regular meeting place in the Courthouse, Ruston, Louisiana. Present were: Theresa Wyatt, District One; Hazel D. Hunter, District Two; Bobby Bennett, District Three; Randy Roberson, District Four; David Hammons, District Five; Walter Pullen, District Six; Jody Backus; District Seven; Joe Henderson, District Nine; Nancy Wilson, District Ten; Sharyon Mayfield, District Eleven and Ronny Walker, District Twelve.
Absent: Skip Russell, District Eight

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May 19th

Honoring those who served

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Hundreds of motorcycles roared across Lincoln Parish Sunday afternoon as participants in the annual Run for the Wall passed through. The Run for the Wall, a cross country motorcycle trek from Los Angeles to the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington D.C., was started in 1989 to promote healing among all veterans and their families and friends, to call for an accounting of all prisoners of war and those missing in action, to honor the memory of those killed in action from all wars and to support our military personnel all over the world.

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Reneau to speak to Tech grads

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Louisiana Tech University President Emeritus Dan Reneau will serve as keynote speaker for Tech’s spring commencement ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Thomas Assembly Center.
Reneau retired as Tech’s president in 2013 after 26 years in that position. Some of Tech’s institutional highlights under Reneau’s presidency include:
• Tech was elevated to a Tier One “National University,” according to US News & World Report’s 2012 Best Colleges Report and has maintained that position.
• Tech earned a Carnegie Foundation Research University/High Research Activity classification.

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Rolling up funds to help St. Jude help kids

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Josh Sanderson would not have seen the age of 4 had it not been for St. Jude Children’s research hospital, at least, that’s what his mother, Debbie Sanderson believes.
“If it hadn’t been for the Lord and St. Jude, we wouldn’t have him around right now,” Debbie Sanderson said.
Which is why the Sanderson’s made it their mission on Saturday to give back to St. Jude through a Bike-a-thon in Choudrant.
“Mom used to do the bike-a-thon when we were little and all of our friends would come,” Josh’s sister Katie Jordan said. “Now all of our friends have kids and they can come enjoy it, too.”

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Festival needs peachy keen help

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The fourth weekend of June each year, downtown Ruston is a lively place as the annual Louisiana Peach Festival kicks off.
For more than 60 years, the festival has boosted the local economy. But, the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce couldn’t pull the event off without the help of approximately 100 volunteers.
For the past several years, Barbara Lewis has been one of those volunteers.
Lewis said she has helped out in a variety of ways — helping children catch candy during the parade, running errands and generally just wherever she is needed.

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