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January 8th, 2013

LEGAL NOTICE I, Amjad Elahi,

LEGAL NOTICE
I, Amjad Elahi, am applying to the City of Ruston for a permit to sell beverages of low alcoholic content at retail in the City of Ruston at the following address: 500 S. Vienna St., Ruston, Louisiana 71270.
Paradise Point LLC, d/b/a Paradise Point/ Citgo Gas Station
/s/ Amjad Elahi, President
2td: January 8 & 9, 2013

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January 7th

Breaking a wall for burglary

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Three arrested in attempted break-in, tips sought
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Ruston police arrested three Ouachita Parish men following a call around 2:30 a.m. Saturday about a potential burglary at the Prescription Shoppe at 104 W. Line Ave.
Capt. Tim Parker, with the Ruston Police Department, said after receiving a call about several men trying to break through the cinder block wall of the pharmacy with a sledgehammer police were dispatched.
“We received a call from a passerby, and when officers arrived, the three suspects ran in different directions.” Parker said. “After a short foot chase all three were apprehended.”

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GFD, LPFD respond to incident

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On Saturday, a fire engulfed a home at Medgar Evers Drive in Grambling. Responding to the fire was Grambling Fire Department, assisted by Lincoln Parish Fire Department. GFD officials could not be reached for further details before press time.

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Fire starts, five teenagers home

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Blaze destroys structure
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The Ruston Fire Department responded to a residential structure fire at 801Woodland Street at approximately 7 p.m. Friday.
“We received a call at 6:58 p.m. Friday about a house fire,” Public Education Officer Eric Brazzel said. “The home was totally engulfed, but no injuries.”
Brazzel said there were approximately five people in the home — all teenagers — when the fire broke out.
“They were all able to get out of the home,” Brazzel said. “Someone smelled some smoke, and they started looking for the fire. They found it in a bedroom near a space heater.”

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Jury to select officers, confirm appointments

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The Lincoln Parish Police Jury will convene for its first meeting of 2013 on Tuesday.
During the regular full jury meeting at 7 p.m., jurors are scheduled to elect their 2013 officers and select an administrator.
Juror Theresa Wyatt currently serves as jury president, and Juror David Hammons is vice-president. Courtney Hall is the parish administrator.
Also during the meeting, jurors will be asked to confirm the following board appointments:
• F.J. Armond to Greater Ward One Waterworks District
• Richard Aillet to the Lincoln Parish Fire Protection District

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Set New Year goals for mental health

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Out with the old! In with the new! No stigma! No regrets! No blame! No lack of information!
Three New Year’s Resolutions that each of you can achieve in 2013:
Educate yourselves about mental health
Read the Ruston Daily Leader’s news articles, editorials and announcements designed to inform the community about mental health issues.

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Family Nutrition Night held at Alma J. Brown Elementary School

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Learning to eat well, be active and feel great! That was the primary focus of the Family Nutrition Night event held recently at Alma J. Brown Elementary School. The event was a collaborative effort between the LSU AgCenter, Grambling State University and Lincoln Health Foundation.

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’Dogs have stars returning

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Despite losing 31 seniors, Tech cupboard isn’t bare
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Kenneth Dixon and Johnny Manziel have two things in common.
Both had incredibly outstanding seasons as college freshmen.
Both will also have a bull’s-eye on the back of their jerseys this fall.
Such is what comes with success.
Sudden success, no less.
Dixon was an unknown shy, laid-back young man from Strong, Ark., when he walked into Louisiana Tech University’s fall training camp last August.
He left as one of the Bulldogs’ most productive offensive players ever.
For that matter, he was one of the prolific first-year performers in NCAA history.

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GSU women rip Southern

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GRAMBLING — The Grambling State University Lady Tigers got off to a slow start, as they trailed the Southern Jaguars 9-4 early in the half at the Frederick C. Hobdy Assembly Center on Sunday night.
In what coach Head Coach Pat Cage-Bibbs described as a “must win” game, the Lady Tigers (2-12, 1-2) did just that in ending their six-game losing streak in a 92-76 Southwestern Athletic Conference blow-out win against their arch rivals the Southern Lady Jaguars.

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GSU band has come a long way

Anytime a community gains national recognition for talent or accomplishments, it strengthens the entire parish.
Here in Lincoln Parish, the skills of one local university group continue to put our area in the spotlight year after year. And 2013 will be no exception.
On Saturday, Grambling State University’s Tiger Marching Band is scheduled to participate when the 57th Inaugural Parade rolls out for President Barack Obama in Washington, D.C.

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