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Volunteers wanted for Thanksgiving patrol

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Lincoln Parish Triad and Sheriff’s Citizen Observer Patrol will be out on their annual Thanksgiving Patrol this week. Volunteers will patrol in the parking lots and escort elderly residents to their cars in the golf carts to help deter crimes during this time. Clubs, organizations and other volunteers interested in patrolling are asked to call the Triad office at 251-5119 or 513-6343 to schedule a time to patrol. The Thanksgiving patrol will be from noon-8 p.m. Friday.

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Tech: Lots on line

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One game remaining and it’s not of the ordinary variety.
For Louisiana Tech Univesity, Saturday’s 3 p.m. game against New Mexico State at Joe Aillet Stadium is among most important in the program’s history.
There is a lot riding on the outcome for Tech:

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Allen earns Guy award finals’ slot

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And then there were three and Ryan Allen is one of them.
The Louisiana Tech University junior was announced Monday night as one of three finalists for the coveted Ray Guy Award presented to the nation’s outstanding collegiate punter.
Allen, along with Auburn’s Steven Clark and Oregon’s Jackson Rice, will be on the stage at Disney World in Orlando, Fla., on Dec. 8 for the annual Home Depot-sponsored awards’ show that will recognize the outstanding college players of 2011.

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GSU eyes division title

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GRAMBLING — If it was simply just the “Bayou Classic,” it would mean an electrifying atmosphere at the Louisiana Superdome on Saturday afternoon for Grambling State University (6-4, 5-3) and Southern University (4-8, 4-4).
But in the annual bloodletting of in-state rivals, the 2011 edition means much more for the Lincoln Parish-based Tigers.
A win against the Jaguars means Grambling wraps up a Western Division championship and gains a berth in the Southwestern Athletic Conference title showdown next month.

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Tech home finale needs big crowd

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Louisiana Tech University is ditching the fan “apathy” that too often was once at the forefront of talk concerning the football program.
Over the years, the critics over a lack of overall support for the Bulldogs when they play at Joe Aillet Stadium has been prevalent.
Full disclosure: I’ve fussed a few times about wondering why in the name of Terry Paxton Bradshaw Tech couldn’t attract a larger fan base in Ruston at times when the program was doing so well, capturing conference championships, making a postseason appearances or having its fair share of nationally-known players (such as the aforementioned “T.B.”).

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Former Grambling stars Brown, Harris chosen for Black College Football shrine

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GRAMBLING — Grambling State University’s football program has added another page to its legendary history.
The famous Lincoln Parish school that has sent more than 200 players on to the professional ranks has two of its former stars in the 2012 induction class for the Black College Football Hall of Fame.
Defensive back Willie Brown and quarterback James “Shack” Harris are the Tigers included in the group of 11 individuals who will be recognized for their contributions to historically black collegiate programs in Atlanta, Ga., on Feb. 14.

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Techsters, GSU at home tonight

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Louisiana Tech returns to the hardwood tonight when the Lady Techsters host Arkansas-Little Rock (1-2) at 7 p.m. at the Thomas Assembly Center.
Tech (0-2) will play four games in the next five days, as the Lady Techsters will travel to St. Thomas, Virgin Islands to play against Seton Hall, Old Dominion and Alabama starting Thanksgiving Day.
Offensively, Tech is averaging 68 points per game, shooting 43 percent from the field and 35 percent from the three-point line through two games as the Lady Techsters boast six players averaging 8.0 points per game or more.

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Grambling High drops contests

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Grambling High’s boys l.\\lost 71-63 to Farmerville and the Lady Kittens were a 73-46 victim of Monroe Carroll during the opening round of the Paul Millsap Classic on Monday.
Chauncey Wiley had 21 points and Rodney Patton 11 points to pace the Kittens, who had recently routed Sarepta 94-16 behind the leadership of Devontre Jackson (16 points, five rebounds), JeQuayln Brantley (14 points, seven steals, eight assists) and Jamieon Kimble (12 points, three steals, four rebounds).

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LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE

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I, TIMOTHY RHONE have been convicted of CARNAL KNOWLEDGE in the 3rd Judicial District Court of Lincoln Parish. My address is 507 EAST CALIFORNIA AVE RUSTON, LA 71270.
Race: BLACK
Sex: MALE
DOB: 12/17/1977
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 215 lbs
Hair Color: BLACK
Eye Color: BROWN
Scars, tattoos, other identifying marks:
TATTOO - R. Shoulder - Tim; L. Arm - Chucky Doll; R. Forearm - RIP; R. Forearm - Cross w/a scroll; R. Forearm - FLING
2td: November 22 & 23, 2011

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CITY OF GRAMBLING ORDINANCE NO. 01103011-1

CITY OF GRAMBLING
ORDINANCE NO. 01103011-1
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF GRAMBLING TO DECLARE PROPERTY AS SURPLUS AND TO AUTHORIZE SALE OF SAID SURPLUS PROPERTY

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