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June 14th, 2013

LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE
ANNUAL WATER QUALITY REPORT
Reporting Year 2012
CITY OF RUSTON
PWS ID# 1061017
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LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE
A 1987 Jeep Pickup, bearing registration #1JTMW6416HT169678, has been stored at Dixie Towing, 3865 Beacon Light Road, Ruston, LA 71270 since May 17, 2013. If all current outstanding charges against this stored vehicle are not paid and the stored vehicle is not claimed by owner within fifteen (15) days of the last date of this advertisement, a Permit to Sell may be obtained.
2td: June 13 and 14, 2013

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June 13th

Glover, Bagwell to wed

Landry Glover, of Ruston, and Joseph Bagwell, also of Ruston, are pleased to announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

The bride-elect is the daughter of Grant Glover, of Monroe, and Mitzi Glover, also of Monroe. She is the granddaughter Don and Barbara Glover, of Monroe, and Shadie and Coupie Paulk, of Sulphur. Landry is a 2007 graduate of Ruston High School and 2012 graduate of Louisiana Tech University. She is currently a Registered Nurse at Glenwood Regional Medical Center.

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Return of dividends

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Lost purse returned after 15 years
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It has been 15 years since Ruby Smith has seen her engagement ring and a pair of diamond earrings she lost along with her purse.
But, that all changed when a phone call from Dominique Daigle, of Lafayette, was received.
“My wife and I had been out crabbing on Holly Beach and we weren’t having any luck,” he said “So we decided to just stroll along the beach. That is when I noticed the purse.”
Half buried in sand, Daigle said he had to dig it out and tear open the side to attempt to look at the contents.

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Taking care of business

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Ruston City Council passes resolutions
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Ruston’s City Council considered resolutions leading to improvements at the Ruston Regional Airport and the Central Fire Station during last week’s monthly meeting at City Hall.
Aldermen passed a motion to enter into an agreement with the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development to make improvements at the Ruston Regional Airport. The city is requesting funding assistance to install REILS (Runway End Identifier Lights) and Distance Remaining Signs for the airport.

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Grambling calls for sweet treats

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Cake Bake Off to commence at noon Friday

The City of Grambling is putting out an open call for bakers, cooks and chefs who would like to display their talents in preparing desserts.
An event scheduled as part of Grambling’s 2013 Juneteenth Heritage Festival, the Cake Bake Off will begin at noon Friday at the Grambling City Hall and Community Center.

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Movie scenes to be filmed at Peach Fest Rodeo

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Among the bareback riders and steer wrestlers at this year’s Louisiana Peach Festival Rodeo there will be something unique to Ruston: actors, actresses and a film director.
During the rodeo, the Sky High Angels drill team and trick riders will perform to be filmed for the sequel to Cowgirls and Angels, Dakota’s Summer.
Dakota’s Summer continues the story of what it is like to grow up in the competitive cowgirl rodeo circuit while dealing with the struggles of being a 17-year-old girl.

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Men: Know the signs of health issues

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Top 7 health threats to Men:
No. 1 — Heart Disease
No. 2 — Cancer (including lung, skin, prostate and colorectal)
No. 3 — Motor Vehicle Accident
No. 4 — Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases (such as bronchitis and emphysema)
No. 5 — Stroke
No.6 —Type 2 Diabetes
No. 7 — Suicide (resulting from depression)
Statistics:
• One in two men (one in three women) will be diagnosed with some form of cancer in their lifetime.
• One in 6 six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime.

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Lincoln Parish Retired Educators finish club year

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The Lincoln Parish Retired Educators group met the last Wednesday of each month from January through May. The group focuses on civic, social and educational activities throughout the year. Most activity done by the group this year was delivering snack baskets to the residents of Ruston Rehabilitation Center, formerly Long Leaf.

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Fresh veggies, fruits in Ruston

Each month we celebrate a different aspect of our culture or past. February is Black History Month, October is Domestic Violence Awareness and July is UV Awareness Month.
As for June — National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Month — is what is on the agenda. Here in Ruston residents have the perfect opportunity to take advantage of this time of year.
The Ruston Farmer’s Market is open each Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon in the public parking lot at the corner of Monroe and Louisiana Avenues.

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