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Shootings prompt a reality check

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The news spread quickly on Monday morning.
It was often met with disbelief. That kind of news couldn’t have been coming from Ruston, our hometown.
We’re fortunate in Lincoln Parish in that we’re sometimes lulled into a thought pattern telling us we live in a wonderfully progressive yet tranquil town — a “safe” community and the perfect site to settle down and raise a family.

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Tech, GSU kick off home action

All roads in Lincoln Parish will lead straight to either Joe Aillet Stadium or Robinson Stadium on Saturday.
That’s when Louisiana Tech University and Grambling State University will kick off their home schedules for the 2010 season.
The Bulldogs will face Navy at 6 p.m. and the Tigers will take on Jackson State at 4 p.m.

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Art, creativity prevalent in parish schools

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After speaking with Lincoln 21 ACHIEVE coordinator Cathi Cox this week, I thought, “Wow! I wouldn’t hesitate for a second about sending my child to school in Lincoln Parish.”
Lincoln Parish schools are doing amazing things to enhance children’s educations. Programs like Lincoln 21 ACHIEVE, New Tech @ Ruston and STEM, a science, technology, engineering and math magnet program, are expanding children’s horizons in creative and innovative ways.
Lincoln ACHIEVE was the vision of Superintendent Danny Bell, who wanted to strengthen education at all grade and ability levels through community partnerships.

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