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December 7th

Cypress Spring Lake Lights on display

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Cypress Springs Lake Corporation presents Luminaries on the Lake from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. through Jan. 1. Residents are invited to drive out and view this display of lights and see the many homes along the way with Christmas lights and decorations.

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‘Peace on Earth’ set to roll through town

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Emma C. Wilson to serve as grand marshal
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Members of the Grambling Joy Fund Committee, a volunteer group which aims to bring celebration to the community, plan on spreading “Peace on Earth” on Dec. 15 at the annual Grambling Christmas Parade.
“That is our theme this year, ‘Peace on Earth,’” said Nelda Williams Baisy, Grambling Joy Fund committee chairperson.
“We are asking everyone who enters the parade to decorate their car, truck, van or any other vehicle in coordination with the theme.”

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LPL budget approved

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The Lincoln Parish Library is wrapping up the year with a healthy fund balance.
During a recent LPL Board of Control meeting, members approved the 2012 amended and 2013 proposed budgets.
For 2012, the library’s expenditures totaled $2.03 million, and the revenues were approximately $2.2 million. With a prior year fund balance of $3.23 million, this leaves the library with a balance of $3.61 million going into 2013.

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Forming a sex offender policy

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Library Board of Control members have until Jan. 1 to put a policy in place pertaining to sex offenders.
During the September meeting, Library Director Vivian McCain told board members that the library is required to write a policy pertaining to sex offenders with the passage of a new law that prohibits those convicted of a sex offense against a victim under 13 from entering public libraries, with certain exceptions.
The library policy might simply restrict offenders from using the library at certain times or from certain sections of it, she said.

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Man charged with failure to register

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A Ruston man was arrested for failure to register as a sex offender Dec. 6 after the Ruston Police Department received a tip from the Crime Stoppers hotline.
According to reports, Alexius Deon Underwood, 22, of 407 Nix Street, was arrested at 1709 S. Vienna St. in reference to the tip. He reportedly failed to register as a sex offender after a 2011 conviction of carnal knowledge of a juvenile.

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‘A Christmas Carol’ to benefit NCLAC

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The North Central Louisiana Arts Council will present a performance by regional acting troupe, The Northeast Louisiana Player’s Guild. The group will be presenting Charles Dickens’ timeless classic, “A Christmas Carol,” at 2 p.m. Dec. 16 at the Dixie Center for the Arts. Faithfully adapted from the novel by playwright Amber Medlin, this production promises to delight theater patrons of all ages.

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Handbell and preschool choirs present concert

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First Baptist Church’s Handbell and Preschool Choirs will present their Christmas Concert at 6 p.m. Sunday at 200 South Trenton St. to area residents.

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Remember Pearl Harbor

Although small, there is still a portion of the population that can recall where and what they were doing on the December morning that the United States was thrust into the second Great War. So today, National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, we pay homage to the more than 2,300 people who died on Dec. 7, 1941.

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Taking a fiscal cliff dive

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Following my high-school graduation in 1966, I was invited by my childhood friend Johnny Armstrong to travel with his family for a near, three-week driving vacation across Mexico. What a way to discover the countryside.
We made our way to Monterrey, through the “rain forest” of central Mexico, into Mexico City and south to Acapulco. At this time Acapulco was years ahead of Puerto Vallarta and Cozumel as Mexico’s premier beach resort.
International jet-setters were frequent visitors and some of the world’s most beautiful sun bathers adorned Acapulco’s white beaches.

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’Dogs home Saturday

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White’s club meets future C-USA rival
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Want a preview of what could become one of the more interesting future matchups in men’s basketball for Conference USA?
Then show up at the Thomas Assembly Center on Saturday to check out the meeting between Louisiana Tech University and the University of Southern Mississippi.
The Bulldogs and Golden Eagles face off on the Karl Malone Court, the 7 p.m. tipoff being the lone home game featuring a Lincoln Parish collegiate team this weekend.

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