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Docket Nos. 13-306 and 13-307

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HICO-KNOWLES AND TERRYVILLE FIELDS
Docket Nos. 13-306 and 13-307
LEGAL NOTICE
STATE OF LOUISIANA, OFFICE OF CONSERVATION, BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA.
In accordance with the laws of the State of Louisiana, and with particular reference to the provisions of Title 30 of Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, a public hearing will be held in the Hearing Room, 1st Floor, LaSalle Building, 617 North 3rd Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, at 9:00 a.m. on TUESDAY, JULY 2, 2013, upon the application of WILDHORSE RESOURCES, LLC.

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Docket 13-309

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TERRYVILLE FIELD
Docket No. 13-309
LEGAL NOTICE
STATE OF LOUISIANA, OFFICE OF CONSERVATION, BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA.
In accordance with the laws of the State of Louisiana, and with particular reference to the provisions of Title 30 of Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, a public hearing will be held in the Hearing Room, 1st Floor, LaSalle Building, 617 North 3rd Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, at 9:00 a.m. on TUESDAY, JULY 2, 2013, upon the application of WILDHORSE RESOURCES, LLC.

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May 30th

Locals: LifeHouse a great place to be

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When Amanda Serio and her husband, John, first read about LifeHouse Ministries, they laughed. Spiritual movement? Reflective gardening?
“We thought it sounded too New Age,” Serio said.
But when a trusted friend suggested to Serio that she might find the small-group experience she was looking for at LifeHouse, she decided to try one of the center’s Bible study groups. Serio’s been hooked on LifeHouse ever since.
“I found it to be very genuine,” she said. “It just fit. It’s a safe place where you can be yourself as you are.”

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LEAP scores released

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Eighth grade marks highest in Northeast La.

Lincoln Parish received good news and bad news last week when fourth and eighth grade LEAP scores were announced.
Donna Doss, school improvement and accountability coordinator, said that the numbers are very similar to last year.
“Although the percentages have changed, the numbers are very close to last year,” Doss said. “For the Northeast Louisiana area, we are very pleased with both of our scores equaling or being higher than the state average. Many of the districts saw a decrease in both grade’s attainment of promotional status.”

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Local teens ready for the state pageant experience

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After a year of talent rehearsals, dress fittings, mock interviews and physical fitness preparations, two Lincoln Parish teens are currently competing in the Miss Louisiana’s Outstanding Teen pageant in Monroe through Saturday.

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Teens, tweens to kick off summer

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The Teen Summer Reading Program offers a way to keep teen minds sharp over summer downtime. This summer’s theme is “Beneath the Surface.”
Things will kick off with a “Survive the Summer” event at 6:30 p.m. today. This will be a night based on the popular TV show “Survivor,” where participants will be doing relays and challenges to see who comes out the ultimate survivor.
Teens can sign up and pick up “survival” packs needed to complete the program at this event or any time at the library.

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Parish teachers gather for professional development

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Secondary science teachers from the Lincoln Parish School District recently gathered for a full day of professional development focused on “The Future of STEM: Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core.” Hosted by Lincoln ACHIEVE, the day was coordinated and presented by Chris Campbell (Einstein Fellow from Simsboro High School), Missy Wooley (New Tech @ Ruston) and ACHIEVE Coordinator Cathi Cox-Boniol.

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Reading: A cure for boredom

With school out for little more than a week, some parents have already begun to hear the sighs of boredom begin to fill their homes. Children whose minds are constantly engaged through the school year can quickly become bored when summer hits.
According to an article published on the official blog of the U.S. Department of Education, studies indicate that children who don’t read during the summer see their reading abilities decline or stagnate. So, reading during the summer is not only good for keeping kids entertained, but will also help them stay on task at school.

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Freeman, Smith to unite in matrimony

Jim Freeman, of Clay, and Sharon Freeman, of Ruston, are pleased to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Ashley Brooke Freeman, of Quitman, to Jason David Smith, of Kennewick, Wash.

The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Clarence and Verine Freeman, the late Jefferson ‘Rusty’ Garcie and the late Lorena and Dean Goss. She is a 2004 graduate of Quitman High School and is employed with Washington River Protection Solutions as a health physics technician in Richland, Wash.

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No more Jammin' at the Joe

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I realize that many might view this as a sports column, but the subject matter goes beyond the world of sports.
We’re talking about something that will affect Lincoln Parish and especially Ruston economically — in a negative way.
Wednesday news spread that a NCAA regulation passed last year will cause at least a temporary end to what’s become an annual economic boon to the area.

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