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May 16th, 2013

- 8 - TERRYVILLE FIELD Docket Nos. 13-265 and 13-266 LEGAL NOTICE

- 8 - TERRYVILLE FIELD
Docket Nos. 13-265 and 13-266
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, JUNE 11, 2013, upon the application of WILDHORSE RESOURCES, LLC.

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CHOUDRANT TOWN Council MINUTES VILLAGE OF CHOUDRANT April 1, 2013

CHOUDRANT TOWN Council MINUTES
VILLAGE OF CHOUDRANT April 1, 2013
The Village of Choudrant Town Council met in regular session. Present were Mayor Bill Sanderson, Alderman Ragan Aswell, Alderman Ricky Maier, Alderman Brandon Williams and guests. Meeting was called to order at 7:06 p.m. by Mayor Sanderson. Alderman Williams gave prayer. Motion to approve the agenda was made Alderman Aswell, seconded by Alderman Maier. Approved. Motion to approve the minutes of February 4, 2013, was made by Alderman Aswell, seconded by Alderman Williams. Approved.

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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ISSUE NOT EXCEEDING $575,000 OF UTILITY REVENUE BONDS OF THE CITY OF GRAMBLING, STATE OF LOUISIANA

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ISSUE NOT EXCEEDING $575,000 OF UTILITY REVENUE BONDS OF THE
CITY OF GRAMBLING, STATE OF LOUISIANA

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May 15th

I.A. Lewis explores rocket science

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Sixth grade teacher Holly Payton jumped out of the way as a small rocket made of paper whizzed past her face on a recent afternoon outside I.A. Lewis School.
The sixth grade science students were testing out their bottle rocket projects, improvised out of 2-liter soda bottles, tubing and a piece of copy paper.
Payton said this project was designed to give students a look at how their physical science lessons about force and motion apply to real life.

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Child found abandoned

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A man was jailed after police reportedly stopped a burglary in process and found a small child in a vehicle in the woods.
Capt. Tim Parker, spokesman for the Ruston Police Department, said two officers were patrolling on Santiam Road around 8 p.m. Tuesday when they saw a vehicle parked in the woods behind a business on the 2000 block of McDonald Avenue.
“The officers got out and found a small child that was crying in the backseat,” Parker said. “He appeared to be very hot and appeared to have been there for awhile.”

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RCT holds casting call for musical

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Large, diverse ensemble needed for ‘The King and I’

Ruston Community Theatre will hold auditions for the classic story of Western culture clashing with Eastern traditions on Saturday and Monday for its last production of this theater season, “The King and I.”

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Parish celebrates transit week

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Celebrating this week, the Lincoln Parish Public Transportation System (LPPTS) acknowledges National Transit Week.
Recognition of National Transit Week provides an opportunity to join together for greater awareness and appreciation of the transportation industry.
It’s also an opportunity for the community to celebrate the wide range of transportation professionals who work and live here in Lincoln Parish.

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Help keep graduation safe

The school year is winding down and as memorable moments such as prom, kindergarten graduation and senior ring day may have already passed, a few more milestones are only days away. Probably the most noted of all rituals, graduation, is not only bitter sweet, but worrisome, as young adult may tend to behave irresponsibility during this time of celebration. In an effort to keep the emerging adults safe, Ruston High School seniors will be invited to attend Project Graduation — a drug and alcohol free after-graduation party at Louisiana Tech University’s Lambright Recreation Center.

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Good government loses

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And the loser is … good government. But we shouldn’t be surprised. After all this is the story of a Louisiana governor who figuratively lops off the heads of any appointee who disagrees with him, zaps from legislative leadership lawmakers who don’t toe the line and even intervenes with state agencies to stop them from releasing public records.

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NCLAC Summer Arts Camps filling up

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The North Central Louisiana Arts Council’s annual Summer Arts Camps have spaces left for students.
For more than 16 years, NCLAC has offered art camps for children entering second through seventh grades in visual arts and drama.
Serving the five parish region of Lincoln, Bienville, Claiborne, Jackson and Union, these camps are taught by artists and art educators. NCLAC has three weeklong camps and three Super Saturday camps planned for this year. Space is limited.

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