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Buckley dominates Union Parish race

Buckley received 5,413 votes, or 64 percent, to Smith’s 3,096, 36 percent.
It was the widest margin of victory in a Union Parish sheriff’s race in 20 years, according to election records.
“It’s a great feeling to win big,” Buckley said. “But it is also encouraging and humbling. It says the people approve of what we’ve been doing for 12 years, and that they trust us.”

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Chamber selects Ruston native as new president

Terry, currently president and CEO of the Beatrice, Neb. Chamber of Commerce, was unanimously approved by the full board on the recommendation of a search committee that included representatives from the City of Ruston, Lincoln Parish Police Jury, Grambling and Louisiana Tech universities and the business community.

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House approves $2M for Tech

And if House Bill 2658 remains in its current state, Louisiana Tech’s nanotechnology program will receive $2 million in federal funding.
The bill now goes to the United States Committee on Appropriations where Alexander said he believes the allocated $2 million will remain intact.
Alexander, who serves on the armed services committee, helped guide the bill through the House in the early stages.

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