Top: Leader photos by LAURA BOND
Chad and Heather Reeder teach next door to each other at Ruston High School.
Bottom left: Submitted photo
Reeder was featured on the cover of Cheer Coach & Advisor magazine.
Bottom right: Reeder’s father, Tommy Hay (above), was a coach at Ruston High School.
Bearcat blood roars through Heather Reeder.
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DUBACH — The Town of Dubach agreed not to give five employees raises at their monthly meeting Monday night, instead electing to table the discussion until after the town elects its new mayor in November.
The council had on the agenda plans to raise five of their employees’ pays slightly, but the group decided to table the measure because the town did not have enough money, and the council wanted to wait until the new mayor for Dubach was elected later this year to decide if a raise was necessary.
The Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the opening of Trenton Interiors and Company recently. Owned by Britt Choate, David Hedgepeth and Julie Mays, Trenton Interiors and Company is located at 111 N. Trenton St. in the historic Rogers Furniture building.
James Cochran, Bank of Ruston, Barnes, Thompson and Thurman Endowed Professor of Marketing, and Barry Babin, chair of the Department of Marketing and Analysis and the Max P. Watson Professor of Business at Louisiana Tech University, are contributing authors to the three volume International Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences.