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March 21st, 2013

I, JUANA Melendez, am applying to the office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control

I, JUANA Melendez, am applying to the office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control of the State of Louisiana for the permit to sell beverages of high and low alcoholic content at retail in the Parish of Lincoln at the following address: 2017 Farmerville Hwy., Ruston, La. 71270.
El Jarrito LLC, d/b/a El Jarrito Mexican Grill
/s/ Juana Melendez, President

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I, ALLEN Roy Buckley,

I, ALLEN Roy Buckley, do hereby give notice that I intend to apply to the Louisiana Board of Pardons for clemency or commutation of the sentence imposed upon me by the Third Judicial District Court for Lincoln Parish in the matter styled State of Louisiana vs. No. 35,197 Allen Roy Buckley.
3td: March 21 & 25 and April 2, 2013.

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"NOTICE TO ESTABLISH A MOBILE BRANCH"

"NOTICE TO ESTABLISH A MOBILE BRANCH"

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NOTICE TO BIDDERS

NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed bids will be received at the Louisiana Tech University Purchasing Office, P.O. Box 3157 T.S., 408 Keeny Hall, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana until 2:00 P.M., April 8, 2013 at which time and place they will be publicly opened for the following:
Livestock Panels (50012-243-13)
Specifications and bid documents for the above may be obtained from the Director of Purchasing, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana; phone 318-257-4205 or fax request to 318-257-3772.

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March 20th

Police sergeant arrested for distribution

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Conviction could carry 92 years in prison, $76K fine
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An 18-year veteran Louisiana State Police sergeant was arrested Monday by troopers from the agency’s Bureau of Investigation and charged him with a variety of criminal violations including narcotics distribution, according to Superintendent of State Police Colonel Mike Edmonson.
Edmonson disclosed the details of the arrest after flying to Monroe on Tuesday afternoon to personally take possession of the sergeant’s badge, credentials and state-issued weapon. At the time of his arrest, Thomas was immediately suspended from duty pending the outcome of an administrative investigation.

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Rewarding Service: LPSB employees honored for lending a hand

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Lincoln Parish School Board employees believe in the message of United Way, which is evident by the 18 percent increase in contributions they made over the past year.
Michelle Tolar, Lincoln Parish development director for the United Way of Northeast Louisiana, said the organization recently presented the school board with the Live United Award.
“This year’s award winner truly knows how to live united,” Tolar said. “They give, advocate and volunteer. They truly exemplify excellence in each of those areas.”

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Transparent Governor?

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Gallot co-authors bill aimed at opening up office’s records
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State senator Rick Gallot (D-Ruston) is hoping to shine a little light on the workings of Louisiana’s governor’s office.
Gallot and state Rep. Jerome “Dee” Richard, I-Thibodaux, have co-authored a Louisiana House “sunshine” bill aimed at opening up governor’s office records to the public.
Richard has pre-filed House Bill 19 while State Sen. Robert Adley (R-Benton) also has authored a similar “sunshine” bill.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal has not been receptive to past attempts to pass such bills.

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Renowned student choral group to perform at Tech

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Louisiana Tech University Choirs will be joining the Rhodes Singers for a joint choral concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Howard Center for Performing Arts.
Admission is free and the public is invited to attend.
The Rhodes Singers is a nationally-noted undergraduate student choir from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tenn. Directed by William Skoog, the Rhodes Singers was organized in 1937 and soon after started performing an annual national tour. Every three years, they perform internationally.

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Health fair good for parish

The saying goes that the best things in life are free. That’s especially true if the free things are helping you live a better life.
Lincoln Parish residents received exactly that opportunity last week as Northern Louisiana Medical Center held its 21st Health Fair at the Lincoln Parish Library Events Center.

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Playing ball with a buddy

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Back in September, Edwin Davis had a dream. Not the scary kind that bolts you out of the bed in a cold sweat, but the kind of dream that’s more like a vision.
Davis, a retired Ruston veterinarian, had seen the joy that playing ordinary sports brought to special-needs children. He has a Down syndrome grandson. Why, Davis wondered, couldn’t the same exuberance his grandson experienced in Texas be duplicated for special-needs youngsters in Ruston?

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