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February 19th, 2013

Parish boys start playoffs

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It’s the boys’ turn tonight.
Five of the six Lincoln Parish teams who have qualified for the 2013 Louisiana High School Athletic Association basketball playoffs will face bi-district round action tonight, including Ruston High in a Class 5A home contest.

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I,LINDA COOK, Clerk of Court and Ex-Officio Jury Commissioner

I,LINDA COOK, Clerk of Court and Ex-Officio Jury Commissioner in and for Lincoln Parish, Louisiana, hereby certifies the following to be a
true and correct list of a CRIMINAL Jury,drawn, February 14,2013, at the meeting of the Jury Commission in and for Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.
ABEL, CATHERINE ANN
ALFORD, PEGGY ANN
ALLEN, MARY T
ARCHIE, TONETNETT DENISE
ATKINS, ROGER ALLEN
AVERY, EVA PAYNE
BANKSON, JOHN ALLEN
BARFIELD, HERSHEL BART
BARRETT, ASIA ELIZABETH
BASS, LINDA LEE
BEDFORD, LEVESA SHANTRICE
BENEFIELD, VIVIAN CARLOCK
BENFORD, MELODIE ELANE
BIRCH, BELINDA L

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DOES ANYONE know the whereabouts of Roger Morrow.

DOES ANYONE know the whereabouts of Roger Morrow. Last known address, 123 Havins Ave., Ruston, LA 71270. Contact Attorney Shereba L. Diaz at 318-998-3010.
3td: February 17, 18 & 19, 2013.

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Techsters’ Jones honored in WAC

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DENVER, Colo. — Louisiana Tech University’s Michelle Jones has won Pitcher of the Week honors in the Western Athletic Conference after hurling a no-hitter during action for the Lady Techsters last Sunday.
Jones, a senior from Scurry, Texas, went 2-1 with a 1.75 ERA and 19 strikeouts during the past week to receive the honor. She held opponents to a .155 batting average while leading the Lady Techsters to a 4-1 record at the Cowgirl Classic held in Lake Charles last weekend.

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’Dogs advance to No. 28 slot in AP rankings

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Move up those Bulldogs from Louisiana Tech University for another week in the national polls.
Riding along with one of the country’s top winning streak, the Western Athletic Conference-leading team moved into the Top 30 for the Associated Press poll announced Monday afternoon.

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Tech, GSU baseball teams on road

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Lincoln Parish’s collegiate baseball teams will try and bounce back from early 0-3 records with road games today.

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Lincoln Parish represented in hoops’ playoff

If it’s nearing the end of February, it must mean Lincoln Parish has several contributions in the annual Louisiana High School Athletic Association state basketball playoffs.
And sure enough, our area is well represented again to advance in postseason competition and maybe even reach the championship rounds that are going to be staged within a long 3-point field goal of Ruston (at Ewing Coliseum in Monroe, March 6-9).

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Agriculture boosting tourism

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Agritourism is growing at a fast pace across our nation as landowners tap into the tourism industry. Last month in Lake Charles I had the opportunity to speak about the role of agriculture in rural tourism before attendees at the Lt. Governor’s Tourism Summit.

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Passing on your worldview

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Someone recently told me she wanted her children to “think for themselves.” Not me, I said. If I was still in my active parenting years, I would most definitely want my children to think like I do. That would be, in fact, my primary purpose. I would want them to accept that my values are the right values to hold and I’d want them to eventually make every effort to pass those values on to their children. But then, I don’t subscribe to the postmodern notion that all values are equal. I’m not a relativist.

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The new face of assessments

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I remember the excitement that was computer lab day in elementary school. We’d line up — behind the designated line leader for the day — and head over to the room filled with early generation Apple computers. Games such as Oregon Trail, which seemed much like an interactive story with graphics that resembled the early Mario Brothers games, made the week that much more exciting.

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