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May 25th, 2013

Spider bites can be serious

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A couple of hours after working in her flower bed at her home near Dodson, Lori Boyett, noticed a small red spot on her finger, an area that was somewhat painful to touch.
“I went to bed and woke up two hours later with lots of pain, and some swelling. I took some Ibuprofen, went back to bed and woke up at three in the morning with extreme pain and a huge raised blister that appeared black,” Boyett explained.

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Tech in USA national wakeboarding finals

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Louisiana Tech University is among the schools participating in the 2013 USA Wakeboard Collegiate National Finals that began Friday in Shreveport -Bossier City.
The event has returned to the Red River and is being held at Riverview Park through today.
The finals will feature 12 teams with seven riders each working their way through seven different heats. Competing universities include. Wisconsin

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Drosts celebrate 65th anniversary

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A.J. and Dorothy Drost Sr. will be celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on May 25. The couple have three children — Andrew J. Drost Jr. and wife Kay, Jackie Miller and Karen Humphrey and husband John. They have eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

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Museum presents ‘The Louisiana Chautauqua in Lincoln Parish’

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School is out for many of you. Are you looking for a cool place to take your family? There is no admission charge and the Lincoln Parish Museum is here to serve you. We have expanded, and we have something for everyone. Our newest exhibit is a group of pictures that are 100 years old.

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Lori Simpson honored with a graduation celebration

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C.J. Matlock, grandmother of Lori Simpson, hosted a Sun Dress Graduation Celebration in honor of her granddaughter on May 18, which included several of Lori’s friends. The day began with a private shopping excursion at the Beehive, continued with a complimentary pedicure at Happy Nails and Spa and ended with a luncheon at Matlock’s home. Pictured above, from left to right, are Stormie Albritton, of Calion, Ark., Anne Michelle Coleman, of El Dorado, Ark., Alyssa McElveen, of Norphlet, Ark., and guest of honor Lori Simpson, of Norphlet.

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Irwin speaks to Kiwanis Club

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Steve Irwin, program director for Louisiana Emergency Medical Services, was recently featured as the guest speaker at the Ruston Kiwanis Club. His presentation on May 23 traced the evolution of emergency medical services from Napoleon's army up to the present.

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A trip for RES

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Ruston Elementary School teacher Latoya Gilmore looks on as students Sarah Badar, Braden Walls and Amber Davidson pick up their popcorn and drinks at Celebrity Theatres for a showing of “The Croods.” Lincoln ACHIEVE teamed up with RES and Trinity United Methodist Church to provide the special motivational trip for students engaged in after-school LEAP tutoring, offering the outing for those who attended most of the sessions.

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Davis presents to Lions Club

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Local engineer Robert Davis was a recent program guest of the Ruston Lions Club. Davis showed the group videos and slides of his trip to India.

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Arranging the trip to New York City

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Did you ever have a dream you had long decided might never happen?
My dream started years ago when Temple Baptist Church was taking a group to New York City. I had promised myself at age 18, when I went there with the Louisiana Tech University girls, that I would return. So — this was it, although by now I am old.

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The power of remembrance is a gift

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Tomorrow, our nation will celebrate Memorial Day as we take time to remember those who have literally given their lives to serve our nation. Men and women, fathers and mothers, sons and daughters who signed up, served and sacrificed. The idea of memorializing those who have died is an ancient tradition, for there is great power in “remembrance.” It helps us to stay connected to our past, to be grateful for our blessings and to hope that we, too, might leave a legacy of noble character to our children. It is also an idea that is found throughout Scripture.

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