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Habitat breaks new ground

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Ruston family to receive a place to call home
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One Ruston family was jubilant on Saturday as they broke ground and began the journey to owning their very first home.
Building LaQuanta Hargrove and her family a new home is part of the annual habiTech project, which gives Louisiana Tech University architecture students a chance to get out of the classrooms and into the real world. They work with the family and the North Central Louisiana Habitat for Humanity organization to design and build a family a home each year. This is the 20th house built by the local Habitat for Humanity group, and the seventh built in conjunction with HabiTech.

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LPSO proposes 2 taxes

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Parish residents asked to vote in April special election
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Lincoln Parish residents are slated to vote on two tax proposals this spring to aid the Sheriff’s Office.
Sheriff Mike Stone said he is seeking the public’s support to help keep the community safe and preserve the quality of life in Lincoln Parish by voting “yes” on two tax measures in a special election set for April 21.
The first measure is a renewal of the 7.83 mill property tax currently in effect in Lincoln Parish. This tax presently funds 40 percent of the Sheriff’s Office’s operating budget.

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