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April 20th, 2017

Grambling hosts homeowners association

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The Northeast Grambling Homeowners Association gathered to celebrate the 13th Anniversary of the founding of the association on April 8. The organization was founded by a small group of community members who live along Martin Luther King Avenue. The organization has become an ear for the community and is participating in all aspects of the city of Grambling. From left to right are Karen Lewis, Jerry Lewis, Roy Jackson, Richard Gallot and Mildred Gallot.

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Don't sweat the hard stuff

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As the 2016-17 school year begins to wind down, seniors at both the high school and collegiate levels should begin to think about what they want to do for their future.
That’s a scary realization not only for the student, but also for the students’ parents or guardians.
I know when I graduated high school, I already decided to go to Louisiana Tech University, my parents worried almost daily before the day arrived when I had to make the four and a half hour trek to Ruston.
I remained calm and collected — a facade to keep my parents from worrying too much.

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Military Museum needs you

In the late 1980s and early 1990s, a group of local Vietnam veterans decided they wanted to spruce up the American Legion Hall and make it look like the officers’ and enlisted personnel’s clubs they remembered.
“So we started bringing artifacts up here,” veteran Ernie Stevens said. “Before you know, we started getting all kinds of stuff from World Ward II veterans, Korean veterans, even World War I.”
The word “museum” began to creep into the conversation.
“Our goal at the time was simple — if we could make it work, that’s fine, but if not, we’ll have fun,” Stevens said.

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Rotary Club recognizes Students of the Month

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The Ruston Rotary Club has announced the recipients of the April Student of the Month Awards. Each student honoree spoke to the club members about their accomplishments at the April 12 luncheon and was then presented an award of achievement. Each awardee has maintained a minimum GPA of 3.5 and been active in extra-curricular activities and leadership roles on their respective school campus.

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Adolescent pre-diabetes prevention program begun at Lincoln Prep

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Lincoln Preparatory School recently received $500 for participating in the Adolescent Pre-Diabetes Prevention Program.
The program is a grant to Richland Parish Hospital from the Health Resources and Services Administration.
Richland Parish Hospital partners with West Feliciana Parish Hospital and Christus Health Central Louisiana to provide personnel and programming help.
A total of 23 students were screened during the Fall 2016 semester.

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Cougars to start playoffs

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Mary Terrell, above, and the Cedar Creek Cougars open the Division IV playoffs today with a 4 p.m. home game vs. Ascension Catholic.

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Tennis Techsters set for C-USA tourney

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A new season starts on Thursday for the Louisiana Tech women’s tennis team as they are set to take on Charlotte in the first round of the Conference USA Tournament at 9 a.m. at the Waranch Tennis Complex in Denton, Texas.
Tech (12-12) received the No. 10 seed while Charlotte (10-9) earned the No. 7 seed. It will be a rematch from a year ago when the two teams squared off for the very first time in the opening round of the league tourney.

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Tech softball topped by Nicholls State, 5-3

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Louisiana Tech left 14 runners on base, committed a pair of costly errors and ran itself out of another inning as the Lady Techsters fell 5-3 to Nicholls State Wednesday night.
Tech (29-16) stranded a season-high 14 runners in the loss, including 10 over the final four innings of action as the Lady Techsters once again lost a mid-week game.

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Diamond ’Dogs power past UALR

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — In a game that last nearly four hours, Louisiana Tech railed from an early deficit for the second game in a row to claim a 10-6 victory over Arkansas-Little Rock on Wednesday night at Gary Hogan Field.
Jonathan Washam helped power the offensive effort with a second consecutive three-hit night, while Brent Diaz provided a go-ahead three-run home run. Parker Bates also reached base three times.
Jordan Washam opened the game with a double down the left field line and came around to score on an RBI-ground out from Diaz.

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Doc Nos. 17-274 & 17-275

TERRYVILLE AND WEST SIMSBORO FIELDS Docket Nos. 17-274 and 17-275
LEGAL NOTICE
STATE OF LOUISIANA, OFFICE OF CONSERVATION, BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA.

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