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June 19th, 2013

Hospitals falling through the cracks

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Here’s a word to the wise: If you’re indigent or uninsured in Louisiana, don’t get sick. And don’t get shot, badly burned or need any of the other special, often top-notch services that Louisiana’s public hospitals have traditionally provided. The state hospital system may not be there for you anymore.
The newest dilemma on the health care front isn’t that all of the Louisiana State University-run public hospitals are going away; they aren’t, though one has been closed and others have had their services realigned.

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‘Gravy’ served up success

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In 23 years as head baseball coach at Louisiana Tech University, Pat Patterson had a winning record for 18 seasons and won a school-record 741 games.
The rest of his head-turning resume was simply “Gravy,” a la the announcement by the Southland Conference of its All-Decade squads for the 1970s and 1980s.
The Patterson mark and that of the Bulldogs is clearly on those teams, which were announced to celebrate the league’s ongoing celebration of its 50th anniversary.

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Rubin relied on forehand, fortitude

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(Editor’s note: The second in a series of stories on 2013 inductees into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame, with ceremonies set for the Natchitoches Events Center in Natchitoches on June 29. Today’s spotlight: Chanda Rubin).
Chanda Rubin doesn’t dwell on the injuries that shortened her professional tennis career.
She’s more pragmatic than that, too well-grounded to dwell on what-ifs and let them dictate who she is.

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NOTICE TO BIDDERS

NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed bids will be received at the Louisiana Tech University Purchasing Office, P.O. Box 3157 T.S., 408 Keeny Hall, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana until 2:00 P.M., July 8, 2013 at which time and place they will be publicly opened for the following:
Post Event Cleaning Services (50012-257-14)
Specifications and bid documents for the above may be obtained from the Director of Purchasing, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana; phone 318-257-4205 or fax request to 318-257-3772.

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REGULAR SESSION

LINCOLN PARISH SCHOOL BOARD
Ruston, Louisiana
REGULAR SESSION
Tuesday, June 4, 2013 6:00 p.m.

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June 18th

Black, Terry wed in Trophy Club, Texas

Carla Black, of Trophy Club, Texas, and Garrett Terry, of Ruston, were united in holy matrimony in a 6 p.m. ceremony June 1 at Lake Cities Church of Christ in Trophy Club. The double-ring ceremony was officiated by Cody Albritton.

The bride is the daughter of Steve and Karen Black, of Trophy Club, and the granddaughter of the late John and Beth Black and the late Gus and Marie Cowart.

The groom is the son of Joe and Candee Anderson, of Ruston, and Greg and Kathy Terry, of Stonewall. He is the grandson of Willie and Annette Green, of Ruston, and Jean Alexander, also of Ruston.

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Humphries, Futrell married on June 15

Kelly Lynn Humphries, of Ruston, and Johnathon Lenward Futrell, of Quitman, were united in holy matrimony in a 7 p.m. ceremony June 15. The double ring ceremony was officiated by Dr. Wilton Wall.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Humphries, of Ruston, and the granddaughter of Dr. Ronald Salmon, the late Shirley Salmon, the late Harriett Humphries Williamson, Dalton Williamson and Charles Humphries.

Johnathon is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marty Futrell, of Quitman, and is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Futrell, of Quitman, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Williams, of Saline.

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Ritter, Graham wed at the Roosevelt

Maggie Holmes Ritter, of Slidell, and William Thomas Graham, of Ruston, were united in matrimony in a 6 p.m. ceremony March 2 at the Roosevelt Hotel in New Orleans. The double-ring ceremony was officiated by Pastor Robert Bruce.

The bride is the daughter of Paul Jr. and Holly Ritter, of Lake Charles. She is the granddaughter of the late Richard Paul Holmes, Mary Anne Holmes, of Lake Charles, and Paul Sr. and Carroll Ritter, also of Lake Charles.

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McIntosh, Prouet unite in matrimony

Emily Ann McIntosh and Philippe Edouard Prouet II, exchanged marriage vows in a 7 p.m. ceremony on the evening of May 4 at the Cathedral of St John Berchmans in Shreveport. Father Hampton Davis officiated the double-ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Mazion Pepper of Farmerville, and Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery McIntosh of Ruston. Grandparents of the Bride are Ms. Janet Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Graham of Farmerville, Dr. and Mrs. Jack Collinsworth and the late Mr. Louis McIntosh, all of Ruston.

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Closing with prayer, fish fry

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The annual City of Grambling Juneteenth Heritage Festival is coming to an end. After nearly two weeks of family friendly events, which included food, workshops, banquets and more; the festival will be wrapping up with a prayer meeting, fish fry and watermelon fest scheduled for 5 p.m. Wednesday at the Grambling City Park.

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