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February 7th, 2014

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The following application will be considered at a meeting of the Planning Commission of the City of Ruston, Monday, February 17, 2014, at 5:30 P.M. in the Court Room, City Hall, 401 North Trenton Street.
Case No. 1169: Application for Minor Subdivision Approval
Applicant: Lincoln Tech Partners, LLC
Location: Lot 1 of University Terraces, fronting on Cooktown Road and US I-20

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The following application will be considered at a meeting of the Zoning Commission of the City of Ruston, Monday, February 17, 2014, at 5:30 P.M. in the Court Room, City Hall, 401 North Trenton Street.
Case No. 1167: Consider the Revocation of Undeveloped Street 50 feet off the east side of Lot 8, Glendale Extension Subdivision
Location: Glendale Extension Subdivision

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The following application will be considered at a meeting of the Planning Commission of the City of Ruston, Monday, February 17, 2014, at 5:30 P.M. in the Court Room, City Hall, 401 North Trenton Street.
Case No. 1163: Application for Minor Subdivision Approval
Applicant: Barry and Karen Neview
Location: Natalie Subdivision, located at 2308 West Barnett Springs

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February 6th

GSU honors individuals

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Hundred of locals came out Tuesday to show their support for Grambling State University and for the new Distinguished Leadership Award recipients.
GSU President Frank Pogue opened the third annual luncheon by saying everyone was present to celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
“Grambling State University is committed to the tenets of diversity and civility,” he said. “We are pausing to recognize Dr. King. Dr. King taught us to honor peace, humanity and kindness. He championed civility, fairness, tolerance and civic responsibility.”

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Tiger named ‘Eddie’

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Pogue also had a grand announcement for those in attendance — the official naming of the new GSU Fighting Tiger.
The 13-foot tiger statue was erected in late 2013, and Pogue said he had never seen such a thing.
“I had never seen students and other people so eager to take a photo with something before it was even put up,” he said. “We had 150 students enter the naming competition. Of those students we narrowed it down to the Top 10.”
Pogue said from there students voted on what the official name of the Fighting Tiger would be.

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RPD: Two arrested for burglary

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Two arrests have been made in the Jan. 30 burglary of Hart and Associates.
On Jan. 30, Ruston Police Department responded to Hart and Associates regarding a burglary.
Sgt. Clint Williams, RPD public information officer, said officers responded to the business and discovered suspect(s) had entered the business by breaking a window.

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Parish burn ban lifted

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The Lincoln Parish Fire Protection District No. 1 has lifted the emergency order banning all open-air outdoor burning.
State Fire Marshal Butch Browning said there was reason behind the ban being implemented.
“Our state has experienced an excessive number of out of control brush fires directly related to the intentional burning of trash and debris,” he said.
LPFD Chief Donnie Watson said he strongly urges all Lincoln Parish citizens to implement caution when setting outdoor fires.

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St. Jude patient stories brought to light

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Imagine: For 15 months celebrating twins — a boy and a girl. Their adorableness is undeniable.
Then, on their 15-month well-child exam, something unusual occurs — something that will change your life forever.
This is the story from one of the families represented on this year's St. Jude Radiothon poster.

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Honoring Ruston, Lincoln’s finest residents

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Clockwise, from top left: Jack Thigpen, center, presented the Kiwanis Clubs Outstanding Young People Awards to Young Firefighter of the Year Matt Black and Young Educator of the Year Holly Payton. Not pictured is the Young Law Enforcement Officer of the Year James Watts. These awards were handed out at the annual Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Tuesday night. ; Cathi Cox-Boniol, center, presented United Way of Northeast Louisiana with the Lincoln Parish School Board’s Distinguished Partners in Education Award.

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GSU prevails as popular HBCU

A “Big Event” was held Tuesday for 32 Grambling State University students, as well as others attending the university.
Tom Joyner, a national radio show host, was on campus along with notable figures from Allstate Insurance.
After some not so bright national attention in the latter part of 2013, the university received news in January they would be the recipients of $50,000 from the Tom Joyner Foundation and Allstate Insurance for being voted as the most popular HBCU in the country.

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