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Monique Clement (R) and Bruce Hampton (R), the two candidates for the 3rd Judicial District District C judgeship race, appeared at Grambling City Hall last week to let people know who they are and what they stand for as voters begin making their decisions on who to chose when election day rolls around on Nov. 6. Clement, who has lived in Ruston more than 30 years and has been practicing law here for more than 20 years as a partner in the Russell Woodward/Clement Law Firm. She said she’s running for 3rd Judicial District Judge because she feels it’s important to have good judges on the bench...

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10/07/2018
BATON ROUGE (AP) — School employees in the Baton Rouge area are one step closer to getting an extra $500 dollars in an upcoming paycheck. The Advocate reported the East Baton Rouge Parish School...
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10/07/2018
The children and staff at Grace Methodist Preschool are enjoying the new school year.  We recently had the opportunity to share our first family involvement activity. Goodies with Grands is a time...
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10/07/2018
PBIS News: Hillcrest wants to give a big thank you to Mr. Bill Cox for entertaining our students with a fantastic magic show for our August PBIS reward. Students were invited to attend the magic show...
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10/05/2018
A firm grasp of its history has always made the Ruston community ready for the future, Margaret Anne Emory, director of the Lincoln Parish Museum, said. Starting next week, the community will have...
10/05/2018
Two “Let’s Meet the Candidates” forums will be held at Grambling City Hall to introduce residents to those running in the Nov. 6 elections for city council and district judge. The first forum for...
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10/05/2018
Once upon a time, the Ruston High School Bearcats were the shining knights of north Louisiana football, winning five state championships during the 1980s, a period in which the ’Cats dominated the...
10/05/2018
WASHINGTON (AP) — A deeply divided Senate pushed Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination past a key procedural hurdle today, setting up a likely final showdown this weekend in a battle that’s seen...
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10/05/2018
Jessica Gammel, of Amberly’s, left, dyes the facial hair of Jerry Andrews, of Ruston, hot pink to raise awareness for breast cancer. Throughout October, customers can pay $25 to have their facial...
10/05/2018
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. unemployment rate fell to 3.7 percent in September — the lowest level since December 1969 — signaling how the longest streak of hiring on record has put millions of...
10/05/2018
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump lashed out today at female protesters who have confronted senators over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, labeling them “rude elevator screamers” and “...