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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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11/27/2017
In the spirit of the season, the Ruston Community Theatre will raise the curtain on “A Christmas Carol” at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Dixie Center for the Arts. This production was selected by RCT to...
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11/27/2017
Grambling residents will celebrate Christmas spirit with gifts, fruits and candies during the Grambling Joy Fund’s annual Christmas parade starting 11 a.m. Saturday. The parade, which has taken place...
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11/26/2017
NEW ORLEANS — When you’re known as “Mr. Excitement,” you don’t let a slight but painful injury slow you in a big game like Saturday’s Bayou Classic in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. After suffering...
11/26/2017
As a black and gold blooded Tiger through and through, Hall of Fame baseball coach Wilbert Ellis of Grambling State University can’t help but hope a little déjà vu will be in store for next weekend....
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11/22/2017
In order to make up the approximately $50,000 lost during this year’s Louisiana Peach Festival, the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce has taken over and created several events for the month of...
11/22/2017
Sales tax income across Lincoln Parish continued its general upward trend during the third quarter of 2017 and in year-to-date comparisons for the same period last year, figures given to the parish...
11/22/2017
A Lincoln Parish grand jury has indicted Jaylin M. Wayne, 19, for first-degree murder in shooting deaths of two men on the Grambling State University campus. Wayne, of St. Louis, is now formally...
11/22/2017
A Ruston man faces attempted second-degree murder charges today stemming from an incident that occurred Saturday night on Eastland Avenue. City police arrested Brandon Oneal Maryland, 36, of 793 Hwy...
11/21/2017
A mass choir from churches in Ruston and Farmerville will perform a benefit gospel concert for the Paul E. Slaton Head Start Center and Lincoln Total Community Action Agency at 6 p.m. Dec. 3 at New...
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11/21/2017
Former Ruston High School standout quarterback Brad Laird continues living the football coaching dream. Becoming head coach for an alma mater is a goal for many football coaches, and Laird, who has...