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PUBLICATION IN Lincoln Parish:

PUBLICATION IN Lincoln Parish: Notice is hereby given to Absentee, Tracy Manuel that a Petition for Partition by Licitation has been filed in the matter of “COMMUNITY TRUST BANK vs. BONNIE LYNN SEEKFORD MCGREW and TRACY MANUEL,” Docket NO: 55723 in the 3rd Judicial District, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana, 100 West Texas Ave., Ruston, LA 71270. Tracy Manuel has 15 days from the date of this notice to answer the petition.

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PUBLIC NOTICE in Compliance with requirements

PUBLIC NOTICE in Compliance with requirements of The Louisiana Public Service Commission, American Water & Wastwater Management based in Ruston, La. At 207 West Mississippi, Ste 301, Ruston, La. 72270 is requesting a change in its monthly sewerage rates for Camelia Estates, Curry Creek, Patricks Cove, Parkwood Estates, and Willow Creek Sub Divisions in Lincoln and Ouachita Parishes.
1td: October 7, 2012

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NEUROLOGICAL SERVICES

NEUROLOGICAL SERVICES
Dr. Lowery Thompson is no longer providing Neurological Services through EA Conway (LSU-Monroe) and is now offering services through Neurology Consultant, 1217 North 19th Street, Monroe, Louisiana. He is not accepting any new Medicaid patients, but has agreed to continue treatment of existing Medicaid patients.
1td:September 30, 2012

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RUSTON LINCOLN Convention & Visitors Bureau Board of Directors Meeting 8:00 a.m. August 16, 2012 Ruston, LA

RUSTON LINCOLN Convention & Visitors Bureau Board of Directors Meeting 8:00 a.m. August 16, 2012 Ruston, LA
Minutes
Members Present: Bill Hogan, Chair Chris Garriga
Dr. Dave Guerin
Dr. Kenoye Eke
Keith Brasuell Staff Present:
Travis Napper, President/CEO
Timothy Bush, VP for Sales/Marketing
Members Absent:
Rosy Bromell
Greg Phillips
Skip Russell
Call to Order
Mr. Hogan called the meeting to order at 8:15 a.m.
Invocation
Mr. Russell presented the invocation.
Approval of Agenda

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’Dogs (5-0) rip Rebels

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Louisiana Tech University’s 1972 team could identify with the modern-day Bulldogs’ performance on Saturday night.
That legendary squad, which had a 12-0 record and captured a National Football Foundation college division crown, was honored during halftime ceremonies at Joe Aillet Stadium.
Then an estimated 30 players off of the Maxie Lambright-guided ’72 unit sat back and enjoyed the way the ’Dogs dismantled the University of Nevada-Las Vegas, much in the same manner that they delivered knockout punches during the only perfect season in the program’s history.
Tech (5-0) roped the Rebels 58-31 in front of approximately 23,000 fans, marking the first time in three tries that the Bulldogs had ever defeated the Mountain West Conference-affiliated squad.

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Sellouts due on horizon for ‘The Joe’

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During its long and proud history, sellout crowds at Joe Aillet Stadium have been as rare as Joan Rivers passing up the Botox counter.
Yes, even when there’s been outstanding teams and players — the Golden Era of the 1970s, Terry Bradshaw, Tim Rattay, Troy Edwards, etc. — the SRO (Standing Room Only) signs have been kept in the warehouse.

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Grambling is 31-14 victim

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DALLAS — An impressive breakout performance by freshman running back Cedric Skinner wasn’t enough, as Grambling State was ultimately undone by its lack of kicking prowess in a 31-14 loss to Prairie View A&M Saturday night in the 2012 Southwest Airlines Texas State Fair Classic at the Cotton Bowl.
Grambling squandered a 14-10 second quarter lead, getting outscored 21-0 the rest of the way to fall to 0-5 overall and perhaps more importantly, 0-4 within the Southwestern Athletic Conference.

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Tech soccer stuns No. 19 Denver

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Despite injuries suffered mid-game to their goalkeeper and leading goal scorer, Louisiana Tech used a late surge of offense to stun No. 19 Denver on a goal scored in the final two minutes to tie the match at 1-1 and come away with a draw at the Lady Techster Soccer Complex.
Head coach Kevin Sherry was speechless after seeing his Lady Techsters (9-1-3) battle for the full 110 minutes and come away with the tie against the Pioneers (9-1-4), but after reflecting on how proud he was of his girls he discussed their tremendous effort versus a tremendous opponent.

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Cougars win 2-1A opener

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Homecoming distractions, what distractions?
It was all about being totally focused for Cedar Creek High on Friday night, despite the proverbial activities that always surround homecoming week.
The way the No. 5 Cougars (5-1) played, you would have never known it.
With 438 total yards on offense and a yield of only 75 yards from the defensive side, Cedar Creek stopped Lincoln Parish neighbor Grambling High 48-8 in a District 2-1A opener for both schools at Cougar Stadium.

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RJHS seventh grade captures 16-0 victory

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Defensive play helped lead Ruston Junior High School’s seventh grade football team to a 16-0 victory over Monroe Riser Junior High in recent action.
The Bearkittens’ unit recovered three fumbles and also got a pass interception from secondary member Noah White.

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