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September 13th, 2017

RHS tops Haughton

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Anna Pody and the Ruston High School defeated Haughton Tuesday night 25-11,25-18,25-12.

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Lady Techsters volleyball sweeps past Jackson State

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JACKSON, Miss. —The Louisiana Tech women’s volleyball team snagged a 3-0 (25-14, 25-23, 25-10) win over the host Jackson State Lady Tigers Tuesday evening from the T.B. Ellis Gymnasium.
“Today before the match, we asked our setters to involve our middles more in the game,” head coach Adriano de Souza said. “It was clear during the match that Brooke (Short) made an effort to work for her middles which will be good for us in the long run. It will give us more options in creating a stronger offense.”

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Tech, GSU to meet in parish soccer showdown

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The Louisiana Tech women’s soccer team has only two more non-conference matches in preparation for league play, the first one coming at cross-parish foe Grambling State with kickoff set for 5 p.m. today at the GSU Soccer Complex.
Tech (5-1-2), which is undefeated on the road this season with four wins and one tie, will be hoping for its stellar defense to shine like it has thus far. They have allowed just four goals through eight matches while not surrendering multiple goals in a single game.

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Tech focused on better red-zone play

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The red zone is crucial for both offenses and defenses on football teams.
Good performances can help lead you to a win. Poor performances often result in a loss.
Louisiana Tech found that out the hard way during Saturday’s 51-27 loss to Mississippi State at Joe Aillet Stadium.
Tech started strong, building a 9-0 lead before the wheels came off.
The Bulldogs took advantage of three of five red zone chances while allowing MSU to make good on four of five of its opportunities.

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September 12th

Bob Smith

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Bob Smith passed away peacefully on Sunday, September 10, 2017 at his home in Ruston. He was surrounded by his loving family. A celebration service will be held at Trinity United Methodist Church of Ruston on Saturday, September 16, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.

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Roger Beard, clemency

I, ROGER BEARD, DOC #516920, have applied for clemency for my conviction of Manslaughter . If you have any comments, contact the Board of Pardons 225-342-5421.

3td:Sept. 11, 12, & 13, 2017

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Notice to Bidders

NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed bids will be received at the Lincoln Parish School Board Maintenance Facility, 1428 Arlington Street, Ruston, LA, until 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, October 17, 2017, at which time bids will be opened and read aloud for 9.104 acres located on Highway 152 just south of the intersection of Highway 152 and Highway 545 in Hico, LA. The property has road frontage on the highway which gives it good access. The area is felt to have an average market appeal. The site has access to water, gas, sewer and electricity. Lincoln Parish School Board will retain the mineral rights.

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Jurors LIst

FOR CERTICICATION OF JURY VENIRES PUBLISHED IN PAPER ATTACH TO JURY
VENIRES:
I, Linda Cook, Clerk of Court and Ex-Officio Jury Commissioner in and for Lincoln Parish, Louisiana, hereby certifies the following 2 JURY lists to be a True and correct list of a “CRIMINAL JUROR” list, with with both lists to have 250 names each list both drawn, SEPTEMBER 7,2017, at the meeting of the Jury Commission in and for Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I sign hereto officially, this the 7th day of SEPTEMBER, 2017.
Linda Cook
Lincoln Parish Clerk of Court and

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Invitation to Bid

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For Further Information
Contact: Laurance Guidry (318) 861-4808
Louisiana Relay 711
NEWS RELEASE
INVITATION TO BID
The Caddo Community Action Agency Weatherization Assistance Program is
currently accepting bids for vendors and material suppliers for the program
year ending June 30, 2018 in Caddo, Lincoln and Rapides Parishes. Bid packages
may be picked up September 7, 2017 thru September 11, 2017 at 4055 St.
Vincent Avenue, Shreveport, La or call (318) 861-4808, LA Relay 711. Deadline

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Grambling State University sees enrollment spike

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Grambling State University recently recorded a 7 percent enrollment increase for fall 2017.
The fall undergraduate and graduate enrollment is 5,188, including 926 new freshmen — a 6.68 percent year-over-year increase.
A key enrollment figure is the number of continuing students beyond first-year student arrivals. Continuing students have been called the universtiy’s lifebood.
That number increased by 9.5 percent, a positive sign for continuing enrollment growth for the institution, said GSU President Rick Gallot.
“I am ecstatic and thrilled with these numbers,” Gallot said.

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