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January 24th, 2017

Tech School of Art to host juried exhibition

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At 6 p.m. Thursday, Louisiana Tech University will open the Louisiana Biennial — the School of Design’s fourth national juried exhibition in the F. Jay Taylor Visual Arts Center on Tech campus.
This is a multi-media show for two and three-dimensional works, as well as video and installation works exploring any theme, said Nicole Duet, assistant professor of drawing and painting at Tech.

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Ruston featured in ‘Gun & Garden’ magazine

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The Lincoln Parish Park mountain bike trail is featured in the “Louisiana Outdoor Guide” that’s part of February/March issue of “Gun & Garden Magazine.”
The single-page advertorial is part of a series encouraging readers to take part in outdoor and cultural experiences in the state, Amanda Quimby, marketing director for the Ruston Lincoln Convention and Visitors Bureau, said.
The advertorial, titled “Blaze the Trail,” recaps how park Director James Ramsaur used the natural surroundings to develop the 10-mile trail that crisscrosses the park and includes a 120-foot ski jump.

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January 23rd

HOWARD DUCK

Howard Duck , 77 of Ruston, LA died January 21, 2017. Service is at 2:00pm Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at First Baptist Church in Ruston. Interment is Beech Springs Cemetery in Quitman, LA. Visitation is 12:30pm until service time Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at the church. Under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home in Ruston.

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JOHN E. UPCHURCH

John E. Upchurch, 81 of Dubach, LA died January 21, 2017. Services will be held at Kilpatrick Funeral Home Chapel in Ruston at 2:00pm Monday January 23, 2017.
Visitation is at 12:00 noon until service time Monday, January 23, 2017. Interment is Sibley Cemetery near Choudrant, LA. Under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home in Ruston.

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Napper new president of state CVB board

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Travis Napper, president and CEO of the Ruston Lincoln Convention & Visitors Bureau was installed as president of the Louisiana Association of Convention & Visitors Bureau’s Board of Directors during the association’s January meeting in Thibodaux.

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Tech’s College of Business introduces hybrid program

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For many business professionals, the opportunity to return to college to obtain a master’s degree is hindered by work schedules.
But with the introduction of Louisiana Tech College of Business’s hybrid program, employees will be able to earn a degree while maintaining their current jobs.
Doug Amyx, the interim associate dean of graduate programs, said the hybrid program, which will be offered in the spring, is a combination of live and online classes for computer information specialists.

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School district to explore opportunities

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The Lincoln Parish school system will look into several new opportunities opened after the schools district was declared unitary, school Superintendent Mike Milstead said Friday.
Those opportunities include branching out into the science, technology, engineering and mathematics initiative, creating a year around school for students who need to gain more than a year’s worth of growth and pursuing partnerships in the community to further enhance education in the school system.
“Now we feel like we can branch out,” Milstead said.

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Tribute concert set in museum Feb. 9

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Monroe singer-songwriter Brian Sivils and his band will perform a Jimmie Davis tribute concert on Feb. 9, in the Union Museum of History and Art in Farmerville. The event, beginning at 5:30 p.m. will recall the music of “Louisiana’s singing governor” who was nationally known for his country and gospel songs including the famed “You Are My Sunshine.” Admission is free. Donations will be accepted at door. The museum is located at 116 N. Main St. in the Chamber of Commerce building.

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It’s the big one, Elizabeth

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It happened last week. Actually, it had been sneaking up on me for some time. Something I couldn’t avoid. Even so, when it finally occurred, I felt kind of like Fred Sanford when he used to clutch his chest on the TV show “Sanford and Son” and call out to his deceased wife, “It’s the big one, Elizabeth!”
Of course, he was merely faking a heart attack to get out of a tight spot — or work.
Me? I turned 65.

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