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November 6th

Talton’s name is right fit at facility

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Tech honors legacy of former powerlifting coach
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He’s a living legend with a legacy that will continue to thrive at Louisiana Tech.
Billy Jack Talton, professor emeritus and powerlifting coach at Louisiana Tech from 1974 to 2001, had his name remembered by powerlifters in the future, as the fitness room in the Maxie Lambright Intramural Sports Center was named after him during homecoming ceremonies this past weekend.
The dedication of the new swimming pools and the honoring of Talton took place in the complex’s atrium.

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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS SEALED BID # 2013-0007

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
SEALED BID # 2013-0007
The Purchasing Office of the city of Ruston, Louisiana, located at Ruston Public Works Complex, 701 East Tennessee Avenue, Ruston, LA 71270 will be accepting SEALED BIDS until the hour of 10:00 a.m. local time THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2012, at which time all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud, for furnishing the city of Ruston with an
ANNUAL SUPPLY CONTRACT OF MEDICAL SUPPLIES FOR THE CITY OF RUSTON AMBULANCE DEPARTMENT
As per specifications on file:
The city of Ruston
Purchasing Office
701 E. Tennessee Ave.

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ORDINANCE NO. 1 of 2012 ORDINANCE

ORDINANCE NO. 1 of 2012 ORDINANCE
AN ORDINANCE SETTING THE FRANCHISE FEE TO BE PAID BY THOSE ENTITIES PROVIDING CABLE OR VIDEO SERVICE WITHIN THE VILLAGE OF VIENNA MUNICIPAL LIMITS UNDER A STATE-GRANTED FRANCHISE AUTHORITY AND OTHERWISE PROVIDING WITH RESPECT THERETO.

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NOTICE OF Sale

NOTICE OF Sale
This will serve as official notice of a Surplus Material Sale to be held at the Lincoln Parish Maintenance and Storage Facility, formerly Lincoln Parish Career Academy, 1428 Arlington Street, Ruston, on Friday, December 7, 2012, from 8:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. Surplus items include multiple 32”, 25” and 19” televisions, 3 gas ovens, 1 dishwasher, 2 treadmills, 3 sewing machines, overhead projectors, bulletin/chalkboard combo, multiple AV carts, DVD and VHS video players.

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MINUTES CITY OF GRAMBLING, GRAMBLING, LOUISIANA

MINUTES CITY OF GRAMBLING, GRAMBLING, LOUISIANA. Monthly Meeting October 4, 2012 Mayor Edward R. Jones opened the regular session of the Grambling City Council at 6:00 p.m. at Grambling City Hall. Mr. William Arrington offered the invocation and led the council and congregation into the Pledge of Allegiance. Present were the following Council members: Birdex Copeland, Jr., Yanise Days, Cathy Holmes, Cullen Jackson and Roy Jackson. It was moved by Council member Birdex Copeland, Jr. and seconded by Council member Yanise Days to adopt the Minutes dated September 6, 2012.

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November 5th

Ruston High closed Friday

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Ruston High School will be closed on Friday due to the playoff football game against South LaFourche due to many RHS faculty and staff being out, as well as student groups who need travel time for the game. All other Ruston and Lincoln Parish schools will be in session.

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Suspected meth lab

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Choudrant man arrested
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A Choudrant man was arrested Saturday after an investigation led to an alleged meth lab in a backpack.
According to the arrest affidavit, Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Dennis Penuell noticed that Jack Eugene Cook Jr., 41, of 2750 Louisiana Highway 820 in Choudrant, was allegedly buying excessive amounts of the controlled substance pseudoephedrine over the past few months.
Penuell reportedly asked Cook if he was cooking methamphetamine, which Cook denied. Cook allegedly gave Penuell permission to search his property.

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A new business building

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Louisiana Tech University students and faculty members are now enjoying a brand-new, state-of-the-art College of Business building.
On Saturday morning during Homecoming festivities, a dedication ceremony was held for the 42,000-square-foot building.
Tech President Dan Reneau and College of Business Dean James Lumpkin called the dedication a “red-letter day,” something they’ve been waiting and hoping for a long time.
“We’re very proud of the College of Business,” Reneau said. “We’re so proud to open this new facility.”

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Local political perspectives

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Daily Leader staff asked a few local residents what they believed are the three most important issues in the presidential election on Tuesday. Their responses will be printed today and Tuesday.

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Teens visit GSU

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With ear-deafening chants of GS-GS-Uuuu and several colorful displays about the school’s academics, Grambling State University presented its annual High School Day as host to nearly 2,000 high school students from as far away as Tennessee.
The Saturday event is one of the university’s primary recruiting efforts, and it seemed to be working.
“I am really considering it and the whole tour is convincing me to attend GSU,” said Niambi Simbley, a high school senior whose mother graduated from Grambling.

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