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October 10th, 2017

Lions Club honors community member

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Kathleen Richard, with Life Choices of North Central Louisiana, was recognized by the Ruston Lions Club for her continued contributions to the Ruston community.

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Garden of the Month named for October

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The home of Mr. and Mrs. Danny Bell on Forest Creek Drive is the October Garden of the Month selected by the Ruston Garden Club. This seasonally decorated garden features fountains, a low stone wall and a peaceful feeling to be enjoyed by passersby.

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Daughters of the American Revolution

Long Leaf Pine Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution met at 1 p.m. Oct. 3 at Trinity United Methodist Church with 12 members and two guests present.
In the absence of regent Kay Goss-Knotts past regent Melissa Wiygul opened the meeting with the DAR ritual and conducted chapter business.
Wiygul presented the President General’s report and encouraged members to read the National Defender online at the NSDAR website.
Secretary Kara Giddings read the minutes and they were approved.

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Things to know about visiting a patient under care

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Being a patient in a hospital or nursing home can be very depressing at times.
However, don’t assume that the patient wants to have visitors.
Sometimes the patient just might not feel well enough.
Here are some tips if you’re planning a visit:
• Call a family member or close friend to be sure that the patient would like to have visitors.
• If you don’t know a family member, you can call patient information at the hospital/nursing home to be sure they are allowed to have visitors or would like to have visitors.

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Former LSU, NFL legend Y.A. Tittle dies at 90

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Y.A. Tittle, the Hall of Fame quarterback and 1963 NFL Most Valuable Player, has died. He was 90.
His family confirmed to LSU, where Tittle starred in college, that he passed away Sunday night at Stanford Hospital near his home in California.

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Bearcats beat Capt. Shreve; host Parkway tonight

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Anna Pody (above) and the Ruston High School volleyball team, ranked No. 3 in the state, defeated Captain Shreve in straight sets (25-7, 25-11, 25-10) on Thursday and will play host to Parkway at 6 p.m. today. Reagan Lee had 14 kills to lead RHS against Captain Shreve while Maya Terry and 11 kills and five aces while Kaylee Broom added six kills. Reanne Ginn led the Bearcats with 12 digs while Abby Ambrose recorded 27 assist for RHS.

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GSU sweeps SWAC weekly awards

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala.— Grambling State University swept all four weekly Southwestern Athletic Conference football honors, the conference announced on Monday.
Devante Kincade was named the SWAC Offensive Player of the Week, while De’Andre Hogues earned the SWAC Defensive Player of the Week. Anfernee Mullins picked up SWAC Newcomer honors and Marc Orozco garnered Specialist accolades.

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State Fair is in the air in north Louisiana

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Cool weather will be here soon.There are many things I love about fall; cool weather, the beautiful red, yellow, and orange leaves, and the State Fair of Louisiana.
The State Fair of Louisiana located in Shreveport is full of excitement. Of course there are the rides, meeting up with friends, the shows, the animals, the exhibits, and all the delicious food. I’m especial fond of the cotton candy.
You don’t want to miss the 4-H livestock shows and the 4-H talent show. This year’s State Fair promises all of this and more.

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Techsters’ soccer team great on and off the field

The mark of success for a college student athlete is being able to excel both in the classroom and at their sport.
It’s for that reason the Ruston Daily Leader congratulates the Louisiana Tech University soccer team, a solid team on the field and a proven winner in the classroom. That was shown last week as the Lady Techsters netted another Team Academic Award.

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October 9th

LPPJ to discuss new animal control site

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Members of the Lincoln Parish Police Jury’s Public Works Committee will discuss and vote on authorizing the jury to enter into a cooperative endeavor agreement with the city of Ruston regarding site work and driveway construction for a new animal control facility when they meet at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the courthouse.
The facility is part of the Moving Ruston Forward project, and will be located on the old airport property off Farmerville Street.
The city will tentatively have the final plans in November. The facility will be roughly 10,000 square feet.

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