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August 12th, 2017

Stay calm on the investment ‘roller coaster’

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Unless you live near an amusement park that does a lot of advertising, you probably didn’t know that Wednesday is National Roller Coaster Day. Actual roller coasters provide people with thrills. But as an investor, how can you stay calm on the “roller coaster” of the financial markets?
Here are some suggestions:
Know what’s in front of you

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Visit to Quebec, Miss., stirs old memories

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On our way home from a weekend getaway to Mississippi, my wife and I exited Interstate 20 for a stop in Tallulah. As we approached the on-ramp to get back on the interstate, a sign abruptly changed our plan. That particular on-ramp was closed, necessitating an alternate route west toward home.
Highway 80 parallels the interstate and we proceeded along the highway with cotton and soy bean fields stretching for thousands of acres on either side of the road, making for an impromptu but enjoyable side trip.

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August 11th

Committee discusses courthouse renovations

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The Lincoln Parish Police Jury Public Property and Buildings Committee took no action on a vote to authorize solicitation for letters of interest and statements of qualifications related to architectural and engineering services for renovations of the Lincoln Parish Courthouse.
Courtney Hall, parish administrator, said renovations to the building are beginning to become necessary.

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Fallen tree damages home

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A large tree crashed through the roof of this duplex located at 1601 Tech Farm Road on Thursday afternoon. Ruston firefighters had to cut through several limbs and a door to free the occupant from the home. The occupant was uninjured. Eric Brazzel, RFD’s public education officer said the occupant was fortunate not to have any injuries, and the home is off limits due to possible collapse. Officials do not know what caused the tree to uproot.

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‘Eat mor chikin:’ Chick-fil-A opens its doors Thursday

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Ruston native and local franchise owner Jeremy Telford will open the city’s first standalone Chick-fil-A restaurant Thursday, bringing 86 new jobs to Lincoln Parish and the chance for 100 adults to win free Chick-fil-A meals for a year.
Cindi Pickett, of CP Communications Inc., said that before Chick-fil-A officially opens its doors, the management wants to give back to the community.

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Closing arguments

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Closing arguments were set to begin at 9 a.m. today in district court in the attempted first-degree murder and armed robbery trial of Steven Devon Hardyway.
Hardyway, 25, is charged in the Nov. 4, 2015, robbery and shooting at the Subway restaurant on West California Avenue. The victim, who was the first witness to testify Tuesday, was both shot and stabbed during late-night incident.

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NCLAC announces upcoming film screenings

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NCLAC is eager to participate as a screening partner with the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers again this year, with our first film set for Sept. 21 at 7 p.m.
It’s a strong line-up of films we’ll be bringing to the Dixie Center for the Arts, and we hope you’ll join us.
Here is a short synopsis for each of the films:

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Rain pushes Bulldogs inside

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Louisiana Tech football fans will have to do some studying in getting to know to the new offensive playmakers on the team, but one position they will not have to worry about relearning is running back.
With the departures of guys like Ryan Higgins at quarterback and the dynamic wide receiving duo of Trent Taylor and Carlos Henderson, there are two running backs who will be returning to Joe Aillet Stadium to carry the rock for a fourth year — Jarred Craft and Boston Scott.

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Bearcat Madness set for Saturday

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The Ruston High School football team will hold its annual Bearcat Madness event from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday on James Field at L.J. “Hoss’ Garrett Stadium. The 2017 Bearcats and coaches will be introduced and RHS merchandise will be available for purchase. The Bearcats will also conduct an intersquad scrimmage around noon as part of the event.

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Taking on a triathlon

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When she starred as a long distance runner for the Ruston High track and cross country program, Linzie Ledford carried her family’s name well.
She an all-star distance runner among the most honored in Class 5A of the Louisiana High SchoolAthletic Association.
Now she’s doing so as Linzie Ledford Hebert, married to Edward Jones of Ruston sales representative and triathlon veteran Jeremy Hebert.
Linzie, whose college resume was compiled at Northwestern State University, will compete for the fourth time in the annual USAT national triathlon championships.

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