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April 24th, 2015

Suicidal prevention is available

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and Louisiana Tech University are hosting the Out of the Darkness walk for suicide prevention at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Argent Pavillion.
The campus walk raises funds and awareness for educational programs, research and offers support for survivors of suicide loss.
According to AFSP.org, in 2013, 41,149 suicides were reported in the United States. That’s one suicide every 12.8 minutes. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death for Americans. It is the second leading cause of death for individuals ages 18-24.

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Bring back life to suicidal people

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We live in trying times.
No one ever said life was easy, but it is never the end of the world when things seem as if they could not get any worse.
Unfortunately for some, there comes a point when things seem so bad that they choose to end their life.
I have been close to four people who decided to end their lives within the last three years.
On Wednesday this week, I received a call about a friend who was found that afternoon.

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April 23rd

Event to encourage families

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Celebrating youth who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder is the main goal of an event set for Saturday, Tiffany White said.
White, who works with the Hope Center for Autism, said this will be the third annual Hope for Autism 5k with a new addition.
“We partnered with the Leadership Lincoln Team to really expand the Family Fun Day,” she said. “We have a lot of people who come in for the walk or the race and then leave before we are able to give out awards.

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Local’s movie premieres

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Among the Discarded, a documentary made by local artist Trent Dion Soto, will be shown from 7-9 p.m. Saturday at the Dixie Theatre.
In the documentary, Soto immerses himself into the homeless community of Skid Row, Los Angeles, where he lives as a homeless man for 30days to promote awareness of the issue.

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Sports exhibit coming to LPL

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The Lincoln Parish Library Board of Control will be the sight of a Hometown Sports exhibit, which will feature local sports figures.
The Lincoln Parish Library was awarded an LEH Grant for a Smithsonian traveling exhibit, Library Director Vivian McCain said.
“The exhibit is called Hometown Sports,” McCain said. “I’m telling you this is going to be a fabulous exhibit.”
McCain said there are several local sports legends on the list to participate in the exhibit.

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Out of the Darkness walk for suicide prevention to take place at Tech

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The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will hold an “Out of the Darkness” Campus Walk at Louisiana Tech University on Saturday to raise awareness and funds for research, educational programs and support for survivors of suicide loss.
Registration and check-in will start at 8 a.m. at the Argent Pavilion, located between Joe Aillet Stadium and the Thomas Assembly Center on the Louisiana Tech campus, with the walk beginning at 9 a.m.  Participants can register online at http://afsp.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.event&eventID....

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Simsboro Elementary honor roll fifth six weeks

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“A” honor roll —
First grade: Melissa Bautista, Aimsley Brown, Ivy Collinsworth, Jolee Dison, Tate Hammond, Jacob Miller, Max Milton, Rayanna Pesnell, Christopher Stevens, Hailey Tolbert and Adlee Young.
Second grade: Trent Buggs, Aeja Franklin, Malaysha Gray, Dillon Kitchens,Gabriel Lloyd, Kayla Mitchell, Hayden Rabo, Omarion Rushing and Iva Sibley.
Third grade: Kimberly Gardner, Kirah Spivey and Will Young.
Fourth grade: Kailee Barnette and Vincent Buchenberger.
Fifth grade: Jacoreia Hicks.
“B” Honor Roll —

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Ruston Elementary releases fifth six weeks honor roll

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Principal’s List
Third grade: Amelia Avery, Addison Barham, Abagael Barmore, Kyle Caston, Matthew Daulton, Jonah Dumas, Joanna Fernandes, Zaniya Gaines, Austin Guillory, Pondexter Howard, Takyius Johnson, Khadija Karim, Jude Keen, Cole Magee, Diamond Patterson, Jayden Revels, Amelia Roger, Kailyn Shipley, Preslea St. Andre and Koy Tolar.
Fourth grade: Barbara Aguirre-Ramos, Ashlyn Cripps, Ginger Johnson, Gisele McAllister, Alaina Moffett, Tianna Murray and Peter Owen.

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Hillcrest Elementary announces fifth six weeks honor roll

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Principal’s List
First grade: Thalia Aguirre, Jamin Arreola, Aiden Bowden, Joshua Daulton, Ja’Sarah Green, Calyri Hunter, Miracle Jenkins, Adriana Moffett, Ra’Keem Potts, Matthew Ramsey, Jermya Shivers, Layla Smith, Sage Tolar, Jack Tomlinson, Luke Traylor, Marley Venzant, Cielo Vidal, Hayden Walker, Jayden Winzer and Tamia Witherspoon.

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Community walks for a cure

The Lincoln Parish annual Relay for Life is from 6 p.m. to midnight on April 24 at the Louisiana Tech University track.
Relay for Life benefits the American Cancer Society. It is the world’s most impactful and largest fundraising event to end cancer. Communities across the globe unite to remember people who have been lost to cancer, celebrate people who have battled cancer and to take action against the fight against cancer.

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