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June 20th, 2014

LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE
Anyone who know the whereabouts of or has any information concerning the HEIRS OF ERIC BRAGGS, please contact M. SHANE FREDERICK, Attorney at Law, 207 Frazier Road, Ruston, LA 71270, 318-550-6154 (office), 318-251-5103 (facsimile).
3td: June 18, 19 and 20, 2014

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NOTICE TO BIDDERS

NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed bids will be received at the Louisiana Tech University Purchasing Office, P.O. Box 3157 T.S., 408 Keeny Hall, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana until 2:00 P.M., July 8, 2014 at which time and place they will be publicly opened for the following:
Aluminum Intake Shutters w/Motor (50012-286-14):
Specifications and bid documents for the above may be obtained from the Director of Purchasing, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, Louisiana; phone 318-257-4205 or fax request to 318-257-3772.

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June 19th

Summertime learning

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Students visit Tech for Cyber Discovery camp
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With the school year ending in May, most high school teachers and students are enjoying a well-deserved summer vacation pool-side, on beaches, or in the mountains.

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Choudrant OKs budget

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Fiscal year begins July 1

Council members unanimously approved the budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year during a specially called meeting of the Village of Choudrant town council this week.
After failing to meet quorum during the regularly scheduled June 2 meeting, the council members had to hold a special meeting to approve the year’s budget because the fiscal year begins July 1.

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Sales taxes up in Farmerville

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Baughman believes tax collection will keep improving
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At a time when governments across the state and around the country are struggling with budgets, Farmerville Mayor Stein Baughman Jr. has something of a unique situation.
Putting together the town’s proposed 2014-15 budget, Baughman worked with town clerk Gay Nell Pepper to try and determine how much sales tax collections in Farmerville will continue to increase. Pepper said taxes collected for the fiscal year ending June 30 are 3 percent above projections used when the budget was adopted last year.

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Lacy was powerhouse for Lady Techsters

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Former center to be inducted to the La. Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday
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Venus Lacy is a huge fan of “Forrest Gump” because the early life of the hero in the 1994 Academy Award Best Picture so closely resembles her own.
Like Gump, played by Tom Hanks in the movie, Lacy had to wear leg braces as a child, but once they came off, both the movie character on the football field and Lacy on the Louisiana Tech basketball court blasted off to sports stardom.
Lacy will culminate a remarkable journey when the Class of 2014 is inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in Natchitoches.

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Summitt adds Burton, Thompson to staff

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Louisiana Tech head coach Tyler Summitt announced two new additions to his staff as Eric Burton and Ashley Thompson have both joined the Lady Techster basketball program.
Burton will serve as the director of basketball operations and video coordinator while Thompson will service as the multimedia and creative services associate for the program’s social media accounts.

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LPDC garden grows success

Lincoln Parish Detention Center Warden Jim Tuten had several things in mind when he decided he wanted inmates to attempt to grow a vegetable garden.
If the garden was made, Tuten reasoned, some of the harvest could be served in the jail cafeteria, thus lowering the facility’s grocery bill. And, if the harvest was really good, excess vegetables could be sold, and the income put toward purchase of items benefitting the inmates, Tuten figured.

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Finally, some justice for a change

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By reading this headline, one would probably assume I’m being snarky. But, think of it in a more literal sense and you’ll begin to understand the context of this column.
Everyone makes mistakes. Some small. Some big. Some, in our judicial system’s eyes, are unforgiveable.
It’s hard to change and even harder to be given a second chance.

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AgCenter starts building new facility at 4-H Camp

Project at Camp Grant Walker expected to be completed by early 2015
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POLLOCK — LSU AgCenter officials held a groundbreaking ceremony on May 20 for the new multipurpose pavilion at 4-H Camp Grant Walker. The project is expected to be completed by early 2015.
Randy Ewing, former state senator, said he was chosen to lead a fundraising drive to secure the $1.6 million needed to build the project in 2008 in the midst of a recession.
Ewing, whose family made a contribution in memory of his father, said the pavilion is an investment in the future.
“The building will serve generations to come,” he said.

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