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Beauford presents ‘wreckless’ art

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Things can be seen from many different perspectives. At least that’s how Grambling State University graduating senior art minor Karlisa Beauford portrays it in her artwork. Her last project before graduation was to create a theme and pieces that reflect the theme to put in an art exhibit.

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Super 1 celebrates Earth Day with ‘Bottles for Trees’

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Brookshire’s and Super 1 Foods stores are celebrating Earth Day this weekend by encouraging customers to return plastic bottles to the stores as part of its “Bottles For Trees” promotion.

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Peach Festival poster unveiled

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It’s been a peachy week for one Louisiana Tech communication design major.

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Yard of the Month

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The Ruston Garden Club’s Yard of the Month for April is located at 109 Russwood Lane, Russwood Estates, at the home of Marion and Sandra Powell.

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Forestry Day

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Alexis Wreden, left, teaches Dr. Brenda McIntyre and Steve Harrell how to plant a tree at Bryan Park’s Community Forestry Day in Downsville last Saturday.

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Downtown Delights benefits community

Over a week ago on April 12, the Russ Town Society put on its annual Downtown Delights event.

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Looking at upcoming Senate bills

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The new legislative session begins Monday.

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Athletes learn importance of class

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At the Ruston Elementary annual basketball banquet, Ruston Elementary’s behavioral interventionist and basketball coach, Kevin Hill, discusses with students the importance of being a “student athlete.”

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Students work to ‘go green’

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Hillcrest Elementary students (left to right) Liden Coyne, Morgan Keen and Robert Young bring in ink cartridges for the school’s Funding Factory recycling program.

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