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June 2nd, 2014

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

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HICO-KNOWLES AND TERRYVILLE FIELDS

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HICO-KNOWLES AND TERRYVILLE FIELDS Docket Nos. 14-326 thru 14-329
LEGAL NOTICE
STATE OF LOUISIANA, OFFICE OF CONSERVATION, BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA.
In accordance with the laws of the State of Louisiana, and with particular reference to the provisions of Title 30 of Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, a public hearing will be held in the Hearing Room, 1st Floor, LaSalle Building, 617 North 3rd Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, at 9:00 a.m. on TUESDAY, JULY 8, 2014, upon the application of WILDHORSE RESOURCES, LLC.

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May 31st

Parish sports action remains busy in summer

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Maybe there’s a lull coming up for Lincoln Parish sports with the summer months, but there is plenty to look forward to once the 2014-15 school year kicks off.
Some of the topics that are due to be making headlines in upcoming months:

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Tech quintet moves on to NCAAs

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JACKSONVILLE, Florida — Louisiana Tech added three more advancing marks to Eugene, Oregon and the 2014 NCAA Championships as action concluded at the NCAA East Preliminary Championships at Hodges Stadium in Jacksonville Saturday.
The three additional advancing entries give Louisiana Tech a total of five entries heading into the semifinal and final rounds at the NCAA Championships set for June 11-14 at historic Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon.

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Tech football adds five to roster

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Louisiana Tech head football coach Skip Holtz announced the addition of five student-athletes to the program’s roster Friday including two fifth-year transfers from Big Ten Conference schools.
The Bulldogs added two defensive players — including defensive end Houston Bates from Illinois — and three offensive players highlighted by quarterback Cody Sokol from Iowa.
All five additions — Bates, Roland Dunn, Josh Gaston, David Mahaffey and Sokol — have signed financial aid agreements to attend Louisiana Tech and will be eligible this fall.

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Techsters’ Camper named LSWA Coach of Year

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Louisiana Tech head women’s tennis coach Chad Camper was named the state’s Coach of the Year after leading his team to a 15-7 record that was highlighted by a program best 11-match winning streak.
Joining Camper in receiving an honor from the Louisiana Sports Writers Association was sophomore Alexandra Starkova who for the second straight season picked up second team All-Louisiana accolades.
Camper had the daunting challenge of taking over a program with only one upperclassman on the roster and doing so only three weeks prior to the start of the spring season.

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Williams gets 50 years for attempted murder

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A Ruston man has been given the maximum sentence of 50 years at hard labor for the attempted second-degree murder of his former girlfriend.
Third Judicial District Judge Jay McCallum sentenced Jacques Patrick Williams, 48, after hearing the victim speak of the physical and mental pain and suffering she experienced as a result of the incident that occurred on Sept. 22, 2012.
McCallum handed down the sentence May 28.

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Burglary suspect sought

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Just before dawn on Tuesday, April 22, the subject appearing in the photo above burglarized two restaurants near Interstate 20 in Ruston.
The unidentified subject gained entry to both businesses by shattering the glass in the front doors. The subject then wrapped himself in a blanket before crawling through the hole in the broken glass.

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LPSO looks forward to new home

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Stepping into the current facilities of the Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office is much like stepping back in time. The offices, located on the ground floor and basement of the Lincoln Parish Courthouse, were built in 1950 and although not much has changed structurally, when it comes to law enforcement, it’s a whole different ball game,said Sheriff Mike Stone.
“When I started in 1976 we had 471 calls for service that whole year,” Stone said. “Last year, we had 16,000.”

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LifeHouse going green with community garden

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When the Rev. Cathy Brewton first dreamed of what is now LifeHouse Ministries, her vision included a flourishing community garden filled with vegetables, fruit trees and flowers.
The vision is becoming reality. LifeHouse has been awarded a grant from the Lincoln Health Foundation to develop the garden.
“It’s right in our wheelhouse in terms of what we like to see happening,” Norman Haynes, Lincoln Health Foundation’s chief executive officer, said. “It really does hit the major hope that we can influence and change the mindset of folks about healthy nutrition.”

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