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October 13th

Tech teacher adds style to studio tour

The master of fine arts student will submit two different groups of paintings for public view — one consisting of traditional landscapes and still lifes and the other presenting portrayals of people in everyday settings.
Several paintings Kennedy has named the "Laundromat series" highlight this second category. These paintings were derived from drawings Kennedy has sketched over the last ten years.

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Tech graduate students display art on studio tour

NCLAC executive director Shelby McDuff said the tour is marketed in Texas, Mississippi and Arkansas, as well as Louisiana.
"We expect a good crowd," McDuff said. "We've been doing this (tour) for ten years to promote Ruston as a cultural tourism destination and promote artists within this region."
The tour will include more than 60 artists and crafts people, with their creations on display at 18 area locations.

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Seven arrested for DWI at checkpoint

In an effort to cut down on drunken driving on New Year's Eve, state troopers and Ruston police officers staged the checkpoint on the South Service Road between Tarbutton Road and Louisiana Highway 544.
During the checkpoint, which ran from 11 p.m. Friday night until 2:30 a.m. Saturday morning, the troopers and officers stopped nearly 400 drivers, made 37 field sobriety tests and arrested seven drivers, according to a press release from Troop F public information officer Julie Lewis.

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Mays reelected to lead Police Jury

Mays, the juror for District 12, was one of eight new jurors who took office after elections last March and April. In accepting a second term as president, he challenged his fellow jurors to continue the work begun in April.

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Local soldier spends Thanksgiving in Iraq

"This is the first year Rob, Mandy and I have been separated from Jamie," she said, choking back the tears. "I asked him about Christmas; he said just wait until he gets home."
Cpl. Jamie Richardson, 20, is with the Arkansas National Guard's Alpha Company, 3-153rd Infantry serving in Iraq. The Choudrant native joined the military in February.

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