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Make our parish beautiful

If you’ve got a truck, the trash might be thrown in back where you can’t smell it.
If not, then leftover cooking grease, animal waste or days-old dinner leftovers are hanging out in your passenger and back seats as you cruise down the highways in search of a Dumpster.
So sometimes as I’m lugging around white-plastic covered smelly junk into my car, I sure wish I had a truck.
But apparently, some people who do drive trucks actually end up spreading their garbage around our parish roads — at least according to Keep Lincoln Parish Beautiful chairman John Emory Jr.

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NASA grant is a great opportunity

Most recently, NASA has awarded a $1.39 million grant to the Lincoln Parish School District for science, technology, engineering and mathematics advancement. Much of the grant funding will go toward teacher training efforts to bring college-level experiences to high-schoolers in Dallas, Bossier City and here at Ruston High School.

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Winn among WAC diamond stars

The Bowling Green, Ky., product trailed only the New Mexico State tandem of Mike Sodders (.424) and Jeffrey Farnham (.418) in the league’s batting race.
More than numbers, though, Winn has become one of the difference-making performers in the conference that gave college baseball its national champion (Fresno State) during the 2008 season.
As the seven baseball members of the WAC start their league schedules this weekend — Tech will be at home Friday through Sunday against Nevada — here are 10 players who could make big impacts for their teams:

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Market opens Saturday

In addition, the market will have a number of children’s activities including seed planting, and there will be a plant and seed swap. Bring extra seeds and plants to exchange with others. Knowledgeable growers and gardeners will be on hand to offer gardening advice.
The market will not be accepting recyclable items at this time but will provide information on where recyclables can be dropped off.
Want to go?

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