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School collected $770 for Susan G. Komen for the Cure

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Kindergarten
Mrs. Decuir's Life Skill Kids were Ashston Jerro, patriotism; Charlee Walters, understanding; R. J. Brown, optimism; Gisele McAllister, reliability; and Trent Ledbetter, environmentalism.
Mrs. Lantrip is proud of her Life Skill Kids. They are Sam Owen, courage; Daniel Brittingham, patriotism; Meredith Edwards, understanding; Alaina Moffett, optimism; and Aaron Sherman, reliability; Tucker Billberry, environment.

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Parish passes Amendment 2

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The Lincoln Parish Police Jury could increase its budget by a couple of million dollars sometime in the next few years thanks to Louisiana voters.
In Tuesday’s election, the state’s voters approved Constitutional Amendment No. 2 by a vote of 58 percent, with 663,012 in favor and 477,365 against.
In Lincoln Parish, 80 percent of the voters — or 8,541 people — cast their ballots in favor and only 20 percent — or 2,094 — against.

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Introduction to architecture course offered at school

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This year at A. E. Phillips, students in the seventh and eighth grade were able to select elective courses to enroll in this school year. Several options were available, including STEM I and II, Film I and II, film appreciation, Native American studies, Civil War history, Greek and Roman studies, vocal performance, art, music, Spanish and foundations in personal finance.

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Students get a taste of Louisiana history, food

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Louisiana history
Mrs. Holmes’ Louisiana history classes are studying symbols, parishes and parish seats. While learning the symbols, one of our favorite activities was to learn and sing the state song, “You are My Sunshine.”
It is a requirement that all 64 parishes are learned. We learn them in groups of 10, starting in Caddo Parish and ending in Saint Bernard Parish. The Louisiana cuisine for the month is shrimp. We brought and shared recipes made with shrimp.
Now, we are traveling through Lincoln Parish and learning its history while focusing on LEAP practice activities.

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Polk elected mayor of Dubach

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The Town of Dubach has a new mayor in Ray Polk.
Only 322 Dubach residents came out and voted Tuesday. Democrat Ray Polk came out on top with only 12 more votes that Republican Dinah Brazzel.

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Voters approve library tax renewal

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It appears Lincoln Parish residents can continue to check out books, rent DVDs and participate in local library programs for at least another 10 years.
Parish voters approved the renewal of a 10-year library tax during Tuesday’s election. Sixty-one percent of the voters — or 5,925 people — were in favor and 39 percent — or 3,866 — against.

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