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December 15th

‘Hunters for Hungry’ organized by LDWF

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BATON ROUGE — If you are an outdoorsman or women experiencing success during this hunting season, you have an opportunity to pass on some of that bounty to hungry families around the state.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) is encouraging hunters to donate harvested game, specifically deer and hogs, to Hunters for the Hungry (HFH).

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Undercover wildlife agent: Close calls

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Stewart had some memorable experiences over 16 years
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The guy drove down the road around the corner from my house; a big gobbler was crossing in front of an occupied home. Easing to a stop, he reached for his shotgun and shot the gobbler. The property owner, who was standing on his porch watching the turkeys make their daily trek across the road to roost, couldn’t believe what he’d just witnessed. As soon as the shooter saw the property owner headed his way, he hurriedly sped away, leaving the gobbler dying in the ditch.

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Holiday gifts being sold to benefit the Dixie

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In an effort to raise funds and support the arts, The Dixie Center for the Performing Arts is currently selling gift items during this holiday season.
Jeff Robinson and the elves at Rustiques Architectural Antiques have created a holiday gift of an unusual wine caddy for the fundraiser. These are made of vintage woods salvaged from old buildings in the South, some more rustic than others. The price of a wine caddie is $20.

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Lincoln Social: Images of life in the Parish

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Pictured above in the feature photo frame are Chamber board Chairman Ryan Kilpatrick (far left), Allegiance Healthcare CEO Donna Thompson and LifeCare CEO Brent Martin (far right) at the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce After Hours event hosted by Allegiance Healthcare and LifeCare Specialty Hospital.

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Lincoln Social: Images of life in the Parish

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South Parkway Church recently hosted Holiday Marketplace where vendors sold Christmas crafts and goods, food, etc. Pictured are Andrea Montgomery, Lena Anderson and Antoinette Collins who gave Ruston an experience of Christmas in New Orleans.

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Lincoln Social: Images of life in the Parish

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The GIS District presented Patsy Price a resolution passed by the GIS District honoring Bobby Price, her late husband, for his service on the commission. Pictured, from left to right, are Debbie Pender, Sandy Holloway, Patsy Price, Pam Jones, Sheila Bordelon, Linda Cook, Darrell Caraway, Melisa Bowman, Ronny Walker, Mike Rainwater and Jackson Matthews.

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Lincoln Social: Images of life in the Parish

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Pictured above are Robyn St. Andre (left) and Shamik’a Hill visiting during the Ruston Daily Leader’s Christmas lunch.

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Lincoln Social: Images of life in the Parish

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Pictured from left to right are Noel Brantley, Caroline King, Sarah Pennison and Nick Henry enjoying the Ruston Jaycees’ annual Christmas Parade.

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Lincoln Social: Images of life in the Parish

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Pictured above are Jasmine Frasier, Brandi Vernon, Jordan Fraiser and Anariah Lard having some family fun following the Delta Sigma Theta Tea.

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Planned busy week interrupted by hospital stay

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I need to tell you about the wonderful week planned for last week and how it went awry — bear with me.
Erma Hudson and I arrived in Ruston on Monday to make my haircut appointment at Marion Duggan’s. She doesn’t work on Mondays, but did that for me. I’d been past due for a couple of weeks, but no one has ever pleased me in Dallas like she does.

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