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July 9th, 2014

Still time to help area arts group

Drawing set for tonight

The North Central Louisiana Arts Council (NCLAC) has extended the drawing for its Keep the Arts Afloat campaign.
The winning donor’s name will be drawn at 7:30 p.m. today at the Dixie Center for the Arts during the Dog Days of Summer Art Crawl. The Art Crawl will feature artists at eight downtown locations.

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‘Art’ thou bored? Don’t be

People who are bored in Lincoln Parish, just aren’t trying hard enough. This week, the arts alone are keeping parish residents hopping.

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Consistently inconsistent politics

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The only thing consistent about politics is its inconsistency. Take, for starters, the race to fill the 3rd Judicial District’s Division B judgeship.
Back in January, state Sen. Rick Gallot, D-Ruston, announced he was running for the seat being vacated by retiring Judge Wayne Smith. Gallot spent almost six months campaigning for the job before deciding in mid June that he really didn’t want to be a judge after all.
The timing wasn’t right, he said, plus he had “no burning desire” to run. His withdrawal narrowed the field to local attorneys Lewis Jones, Tyler Storms and Tommy Rogers.

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LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE
I, Gary Perry, will not be held responsible for any debts other than my own.
2td: July 9 & 10, 2014

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LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE
Dear Customer:
We are required to monitor your drinking water for chlorine residual at our point of collection taps at the same time bacteriological samples are collected. Results of regular monitoring are an indicator of whether or not your drinking water meets health standards. During the monitoring period of May 01, 2014 to May 31, 2014, the Hico Water System did not monitor for chlorine at the same time bacteriological samples were collected, and therefore we cannot be sure of the quality of your water during that time.

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THE LINCOLN Parish Special Education Department

THE LINCOLN Parish Special Education Department is in the process of updating Special Education Files. Records of those former students who have not been served the Department in the last five (5) years will be destroyed. If your child's Special Education records meet this criteria, you are offered the opportunity to acquire these records. Please contact the Special Education office within thirty (30) days from today's date at 318-251-9082 or at Lincoln Center, 1435 Mayberry Street Ruston. Records which are not requested by August 9, 2014 will be destroyed.
3rd: July 2, 6 and 9, 2014

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July 8th

Pigskins, Pearls tickets available through July 15

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Tickets still remain for the annual Pigskins and Pearls Women’s Clinic and Luncheon which is set for July 31 at Squire Creek Country Club. Participants must register by July 15 to attend.
Participants will get an all-access, behind the scenes look into the world of Louisiana Tech University Football from Coach Skip Holtz, Jennifer Holtz and select Tech football players, coaches and wives.
This year the women’s football luncheon and clinic will begin at 11:30 a.m. with registration starting at 11 a.m.  All proceeds will be donated to the Boys and Girls Club of North Central Louisiana.

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Man charged with rape

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A Ruston man has been arrested on home invasion and sexual assault charges stemming from an incident on Thursday.
The Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office received a complaint from a local woman regarding the alleged home invasion and sexual assault.
The complainant reportedly knew her attacker and identified him as Cedrick Subastin Williams, 38, of 203 Watertank Road, Lot No. 21.
LPSO investigators reported Williams turned himself into local law enforcement on Monday.

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Ruston OKs $75k dip into reserves for housing program

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Ruston’s Board of Aldermen has agreed to move up to $75,000 in federal Section 8 housing administrative reserve funds into the Housing Assistance Payment account to cover what city Clerk/Treasurer Emmett Gibbs calls a “short term financial shortfall” in the HAP program.
HAP is rental assistance for qualifying Section 8 tenants. All of the money is federal money; there are no direct local taxpayer dollars involved.
“The monthly housing assistance payments are exceeding the monthly HAP revenue,” Gibbs told aldermen.

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No meeting set for Mayfield’s replacement appointment

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No time has been set for Ruston’s Board of Aldermen to name a temporary successor to the late District 2 Alderman Elmore Mayfield. But by law, the board must act no later than Monday.
“Nothing has been decided at this point,” Mayor Dan Hollingsworth said Monday evening, following the board’s regular monthly meeting.
Aldermen must appoint a replacement within 20 days of a member’s death if the term has less than one year remaining. Mayfield’s term would have ended Dec. 31. Mayfield, 70, died June 23 of what Lincoln Parish Coroner Dr. Mike Belue termed “acute cardiac death.”

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