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May 6th, 2013

Ester Faye Coleman Roberts

A Memorial Service for Ester Faye Coleman Roberts, 73, of Dubach, will be held at Owen's Memorial Chapel Funeral Home from 5:00-7:00pm, Tuesday, May 7, 2013.

Mrs. Roberts was born March 18, 1940 in Simsboro, LA and passed away May 3, 2013 in Dubach, LA.

She is proceeded in death by her parents Ester Lee Hood and Buddy Coleman; son: Carl Causey; daughter: Kimberly Pope; grandson: Bobby Ray Causey III, and granddaughter: Carla Causey.

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May 5th

STATE OF LOUISIANA EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

STATE OF LOUISIANA
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
PROCLAMATION NO. 62 BJ 2013 SPECIAL ELECTION - JUSTICE OF THE PEACE – LINCOLN PARISH

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LEGAL NOTICE We, LB Shreveport, LLC,

LEGAL NOTICE
We, LB Shreveport, LLC, are applying to the office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control of the State of Louisiana for the permit to sell beverages of high and low alcoholic content at retail in the Parish of Lincoln at the following address: 1429 Eagle Drive, Ruston, LA. 71270.
LB Shreveport, LLC d/b/a Cheeburger Cheeburger
/s/ Johnny Gaudet, President.
2td: May 5 & 6, 2013

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LEGAL NOTICE I, CB Shreveport, LLC

LEGAL NOTICE
I, CB Shreveport, LLC, am applying to the City of Ruston for a permit to sell beverages of high and low alcoholic content at retail in the City of Ruston at the following address: 1429 Eagle Drive, Ruston, La. 71270.
CB Shreveport, LLC, d/b/a Cheeburger Cheeburger
/s/ Johnny Gaudet, President
2td: May 5 & 6, 2013

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Fred (Freddy) Dalton Taft

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Fred (Freddy) Dalton Taft was born July 28th, 1947 in Atlanta, Texas, and went to be with his Lord on May 1, 2013, in Plano, Texas, after a brief illness. He was a proud Veteran of the US Army and served his country as a Military Police, 1st Infantry, Division Big Red One in Vietnam from 1968-1969. To add to his honorable discharge in 1970, a recent interview of his military experience is on permanent display at the United States Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.

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May 4th

Relaying hope

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Lincoln Parish joined in the fight against cancer Friday as hundreds of area residents flocked to the Ruston High School football field to participate in the 2013 Relay for Life.
Various groups sold snacks and sweets to raise money, while others made the trek around the track circling the football field, all to raise awareness and funding for the American Cancer Society.

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Building the basics

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GSU planning to launch literacy degree program
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Looking to equip future educators with the skills to teach children literacy in reading, math and science, Grambling State University plans to launch a new degree program.
The Board of Regents recently approved GSU’s proposal to offer a Bachelor of Science degree program in child development and early literacy.
Connie Walton, GSU provost and vice president for academic affairs, said the degree will be unlike other child development and early literacy programs in the state.

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Legislative session reaches its midpoint next week

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BATON ROUGE (AP) — Lawmakers reach the midpoint of their annual legislative session next week, with no bills yet reaching final passage, budget negotiations at a critical point and a series of proposals already on the trash heap.
Proposals to ban discrimination against gay state workers, enact term limits on statewide elected officials and put limits on the TOPS free college tuition program are dead for the session. So is Gov. Bobby Jindal’s tax plan.

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Marching in to save babies

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Hundreds show support, raise money for MOD
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Mother Nature was in a giving mood Saturday, as were many residents of Lincoln Parish Hundreds hit the streets of Ruston under bright blue skies and mild temperatures to participate in the annual March for Babies benefitting the March of Dimes.
“We were a little concerned about the weather and the fact that we thought it might be a little cool,” said organizer David Darland, who also serves as the Louisiana MOD state board treasurer.

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Month focusing on mental health

Events such as the mass shootings and bombings that have bombarded our television screens and newspaper pages in the past year have reinforced the fear that many people feel toward those with mental illnesses.
However, many people may not realize that the majority of individuals with mental illnesses are able to lead relatively normal lives because of the treatments they receive.

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