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December 17th

Pierian Club

The Pierian Club of Ruston began its 112th year on Sept. 11 in the home of Vickie Benefield. Members were treated to lemon ice-box pie and croissant roll ups served on fine china with starched napkins by co-hostesses Bobbie Sue Lann and Sharon Thomas.
Programs for the year will mainly be taken from the book “Louisiana Women: their Lives and Times.” Gaye Ross told about Sarah Katherine Stone, a Confederate woman from the Vicksburg area. Stone’s insightful and honest impressions of the hardships of Civil War life were revealed through her diaries.

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Toy drive helps more than 500

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The Ruston Jaycees held their annual Toys for Tots event on Saturday and more than 500 children received presents for Christmas morning. Toys and money were donated from community members and organizations to help provide Christmas presents to Lincoln Parish children in need.

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Tough weekend for parish hoops

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It was a tough weekend for Lincoln Parish college basketball teams.
On Saturday, the Lady Tigers and Tigers of Grambling State University stumbled.
On Sunday, it was the Lady Techsters of Louisiana Tech University falling.
Both of the Grambling teams played on the road, with the Lady Tigers tumbling to Florida State University 96-60 and the men being a 93-45 victim of the University of Southern Mississippi at Hattiesburg.
The Lady Techsters were in Baton Rouge against LSU and lost 77-55.
Capsuling those games:
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’Dogs play at Arkansas-Little Rock tonight

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The Louisiana Tech (8-3) men’s basketball team concludes their non-conference schedule prior to Western Athletic Conference play tonight, as they take on UALR (8-4) at 7 p.m. in Little Rock, Ark. inside the Jack Stephens Center.
The Bulldogs look to get over their recent road struggles before Christmas break as they have dropped their last two games away from the Thomas Assembly Center, but it will a tough task as the Trojans are a perfect 7-0 at home this season.

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Mandate can be good for parish

Starting with the 2013-14 school year, local teachers’ paychecks will be much more closely tied to their performance, instead of just their experience and education.
While demand and experience still account for some of the equation, the biggest factor will be the rating teachers receive on their annual evaluations.

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Be sensitive to holiday grieving

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Friday, we learned of another mass shooting. Instead of a crowded area filled with a range of demographics, this shooter chose an elementary school filled with children. Most of his victims — 27 in all — were children. The other six were adults at the school, while another was at a different location.

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LMCH receives license to operate as PRTF

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Louisiana Methodist Children’s Home in Ruston has achieved licensure to operate as a Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) by Louisiana’s Department of Health and Hospitals.

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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS CITY OF RUSTON PROJECT NO. 1212

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CITY OF RUSTON
PROJECT NO. 1212
Sealed bids for the construction of the following project will be received by the Purchasing Office of the city of Ruston, Louisiana, located at Ruston Public Works Complex, 701 East Tennessee Avenue, Ruston, Louisiana 71270, Telephone (318) 251-8631, Fax (318) 251-8648, either by mail or hand delivery, no later than 2:00 p.m. local time on Thursday, January 10, 2013, at which time all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids received after the 2:00 p.m. deadline will be returned to the bidder unopened.

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December 15th

Child rapist gets life sentence

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A Ruston man convicted of aggravated rape of a child under the age of 13 was sentenced by Judge Wayne Smith to life in prison without the benefit of parole, probation or suspension on Dec. 12.

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Tiger Band drummer killed

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A Tiger Marching Band drummer from Shreveport who was killed in a vehicle wreck on Thursday night was scheduled to graduate from Grambling State University the next day.
Instead, the father of Michael Hubbard Jr., 25, accepted the diploma on his behalf for a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

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