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Friday, December 15, 2017 - 1:44pm
Leaders of the Sparta Groundwater Commission will meet Monday to discuss whether the legislation that created the commission needs to be revised to meet the panel’s long-term goals. The meeting is set for 10 a.m. in the conference room of Reese Hall, on Louisiana Tech University’s agriculture campus. And while the executive committee gathering wasn’t called specifically to talk about the commission’s lack of policymaking, enforcement or revenue-raising authority, the topic may come up, Lindsay Gouedy, the commission’s executive director, said Thursday. “At some point in the future, that is...

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12/15/2017
Leaders of the Sparta Groundwater Commission will meet Monday to discuss whether the legislation that created the commission needs to be revised to meet the panel’s long-term goals. The meeting is...
12/15/2017
Ruston police continue their search today for suspects who stole a forklift and dump truck from two construction sites then proceeded to remove an entire automatic teller machine from local credit...
12/15/2017
The Ruston Farmers’ Market will end its 10th season with record vendor sales. Vendor sales were well over $212,000, a 19 percent increase over 2016. Dasia Canales, market manager, said she was proud...
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12/15/2017
Members of the Shreveport Mudbugs hockey team took over the ice at Ruston’s artificial ice rink Thursday to perform drills, sign autographs and teach the basics of the game to more than area...
12/14/2017
Lincoln Parish students will not presently be impacted by the Board of Regents recent decision on how high school students can earn college credit through dual enrollment courses. Lincoln Parish...
12/14/2017
BATON ROUGE (AP) — New rules will govern how high school students can earn college credit through dual enrollment courses. The Advocate reported the Louisiana Board of Regents approved the new...
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12/14/2017
Darlene Griffith holds on to Carlton Griffith as they ride the mechanical “reindeer” during the Tech the Halls event at Louisiana Tech University Tuesday.
12/14/2017
Today is the deadline to submit nominations for the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce’s 98th annual awards banquet scheduled for Jan 16. Award nominations still up for grabs are the Robert E. Russ...
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12/14/2017
The Northern Louisiana Medical Center became the first hospital in the state to install the new and innovative Infant Safety System developed by CertaScan Technologies, according to a press release...
12/13/2017
The Lincoln Parish Police Jury’s Public Works Committee approved the 2018-2020 Capital Improvement Program plans to be submitted for discussion at the January jury meeting. That vote was a number of...