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Sherwin Williams has great variety, quality

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Sherwin Williams in Ruston is the place to go to find do-it-yourself home project supplies. The brand may be known for its paints, but the store carries a variety of stylish home décor products and services. Located conveniently just off Interstate 20 on Farmerville Highway, the store carries thousands of items.

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Merle Norman: More than cosmetics

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Whether you’re looking for the perfect accessory to complement your look or the makeup that will seal the deal, Merle Norman has what you’re looking for.
This famous makeup line, which was started in Los Angeles in 1929, has stood the test of time featuring everything from tinted moisturizers and mineral powder to Total Finish foundation.
They also have a complete line of skin care for every skin type including their newest line to combat redness and rosacea. They also have the knowledge to cover birthmarks, tattoos and other skin irregularities.

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GSU announces cast for opening production

The Department of Visual and Performing Arts at Grambling State University is pleased to announce its first main stage production of the 2012-13 season, “Miss Evers’ Boys,” by David Feldshuh.
Nurse Evers is hired by the government to aid four gentlemen being “treated” for syphilis in Tuskegee, Ala. When the government’s money runs out, she stays with them until a cure is found. However, a cure never finds them. Based on the actual events of the Tuskegee experiment, the audience becomes witnesses to the day-to-day operation of a governmental experiment gone wrong.

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Students can get sweet treat for reading

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Our year has gotten off to a great start! We are excited to have all of our new students and faculty members. Everyone is working so hard, and we are having a terrific year. The first few weeks of school are always about learning procedures and rules. Students are doing so well learning all of the things we do to make learning the best it can be. Thank you parents for your support.

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Honoring those who serve, protect

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In memory of the first responders of 9/11, students at Cedar Creek School recently recognized Ruston’s police and fire departments for their hard work and dedication to the community. Gift boxes of snacks were presented with gratitude by fourth and fifth graders, along with their teachers and Head of School Andrew Yepson.

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RES gets a visit from the ’Dogs

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Three of the Louisiana Tech Bulldog football players recently visited with the fifth graders at Ruston Elementary School and talked about being student athletes. The students prepared questions and asked them in a panel format. The players who attended were No. 39 Warren Bates, No. 16 Scotty Young and No. 68 Josh Richardson, who are pictured above with RES students.

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Various continuing education classes on tap

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Continuing Education at Louisiana Tech University will be offering the following fall courses:
• Karate is a nine-week session, will be offered on Tuesday through Nov. 16. Students will have the opportunity to practice in the basic arm and leg techniques, stances and warm up exercise. A one-step sparring session will also be provided. The instructor is Loren Todd, first dan black belt.

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Parish teams: Key tests next

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RHS, Grambling, Creek could build momentum with wins
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Every game is important, but maybe those on this week’s Lincoln Parish prep football calendar carry just a little more significance.
Just ask Ruston, Cedar Creek and Grambling.
Forget that they’re non-district games.
They loom significant, nonetheless.

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Piney Hills Classic set for parish park

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Lincoln Parish Park will be the site of the annual Piney Hills Classic mountain bike race on Sunday.
Now in year No. 19, the USA Cycling-sanctioned event will feature pre-riding sessions on both Friday and Saturday before the main competition starts on Sunday at 7:45 a.m. with the juniors 12/10-under divisions.
Category 3 will have an 8:45 a.m. start and then categories ½ will get under way at 10:15 a.m.

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Tech tourney gets new name

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Fall golf event now Jim Rivers Intercollegiate
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Louisiana Tech University Head Coach Jeff Parks announced today that the program’s fall golf tournament will be renamed the Jim Rivers Intercollegiate in order to honor the former legendary Bulldog letterman.
“Jim was all about education and golf,” said Debbie Rivers, wife of the late Jim Rivers. “He always felt like education came first, and if you could play golf along the way that was great. I just feel privileged to have the opportunity to honor Jim and for his legacy to live on with something that mattered to him. I feel like he gave everything to everyone else all of his life. He was always working for the community. I can’t think of a better way to honor him through golf and education.

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