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February 1st

Choudrant, RHS boys take wins

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Choudrant High’s No. 10 Class B/C ranked boys were a 43-27 winner over Summerfield and Ruston High’s boys stopped Bastrop 66-50 in a District 2-5A contest in Lincoln Parish prep basketball action on Tuesday night.
Other results involving parish teams included Cedar Creek’s girls 47, Grambling 27; New Living Word boys 72, Gibsland-Coleman 60; Bastrop girls 57, Ruston 32; and Gibsland-Coleman girls 61, New Living Word 49.

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Volunteers vital to city, Tech hosting tourney

Want to do your part in helping Ruston and Louisiana Tech University stage one of the state’s biggest sporting events of the year?
Here’s your chance: the 2012 Louisiana High School Athletic Association boys’ and girls’ championship round of its basketball tournament.
Set for the Thomas Assembly Center March 8-10, the tourney will feature the finals of both divisions after semifinals have been held at other sites during the first week of that month.

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Does Mozart make you smarter?

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In case we’d forgotten that the tests that would determine whether we graduated were looming, my fellow students and I could always tell when we walked into my high school and heard “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star” blaring on the intercom.
Since then, every time I’ve felt like I needed a bit of a brain boost, I would crank up classical music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart or one of his contemporaries.

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Whither the GOP establishment?

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Against all odds, against all expectations, perhaps even against all reason, the Republican presidential nomination fight is centered in Florida this week and then moves to a hopelessly complex process here in Maine next week. This is a far different contest than the Republicans conducted a few weeks, a few miles and a political lifetime away across the border in New Hampshire.

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Downtown needs more arts

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Walking around downtown Ruston this past weekend, it was hard for me not to notice a slight emptiness I felt as I tried to find something to do with my time.
While I try to support local businesses as much as a poor college student can, it pained me to see places like coffee shops, which catered to a varied clientele, shut down.
With the Ruston 21 plans, the sidewalks are getting nicer and there are more plans. But it seems as if the arts are dying out in this area.

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Peggy Olivia Edmiston Taylor

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Peggy Olivia Edmiston Taylor, beloved mother, grand-mother, and great grandmother, departed this life at 7 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012, at the Carpenter House in Baton Rouge surrounded by her family. She was 86 and a native of Ruston. Mrs. Taylor was a retiree of Louisiana Tech, with 33 years of service, as  a supervisor in Food Services at Tolliver Hall. She was known for her gardening and delicious meals, but is best remembered for her dedication and care that she gave to those she loved.

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NOTICE OF Receipt of Annexation Petition

NOTICE OF Receipt of Annexation Petition
City of Grambling, Louisiana
The City of Grambling, Louisiana, has received for adoption by ordinance, the following petition for annexation. In accordance with LA R.S. 33:172, notice of the petition receipt is hereby noted with public comment at the public hearing scheduled for February 2, 2012, at 5:30 p.m., prior to the City Council meeting to be held at City Hall. An ordinance annexing into the Corporate Limits of the City of Grambling, Louisiana, the following described property, to wit:

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James (Jim) Lewis

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James (Jim) Lewis of Ruston passed away peacefully at his home on January 29, 2012, surrounded by his family. He was a graduate of Neville High School and following his earning a B.S. degree in Business Administration from ULM, he joined the U.S. Marine Corps, obtaining the rank of Captain. While serving, he received a deferment to enroll in LSU Law School earning his LLB, JD in 1963, after receiving an honorable discharge from the Marines; Lewis taught business law at ULM for seven years. He entered private practice until 1990.

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A 1997 Chrysler Cirrus LX1

A 1997 Chrysler Cirrus LX1, bearing registration #1C3EJ56H4VN525994 has been stored at Dixie Towing, 3865 Beacon Light Road, Ruston, LA 71270 since January 10, 2012. If all current outstanding charges against this stored vehicle are not paid and the stored vehicle is not claimed by owner within fifteen (15) days of the last date of this advertisement, a Permit to Sell may be obtained.
2td: February 1st & 2nd, 2012.

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