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September 27th, 2013

ALLIANCE REALTY CAPITAL IN THIRD DISTRICT COURT,

ALLIANCE REALTY CAPITAL IN THIRD DISTRICT COURT,
PARISH OF LINCOLN
Vs. No. 55857 STATE OF LOUISIANA
PHYLLIS FRANCIS LABBE ET AL

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CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO IN THIRD DISTRICT COURT

CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO IN THIRD DISTRICT COURT, PARISH OF LINCOLN
Vs. No. 54845 STATE OF LOUISIANA
BRADLEY SHAUN TOLENTINO, ET AL

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BANK OF AMERICA ET AL IN THIRD DISTRICT COURT,

BANK OF AMERICA ET AL IN THIRD DISTRICT COURT, PARISH OF LINCOLN
Vs. No. 54282 STATE OF LOUISIANA
MILLER RONISHA

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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
ADDITIONS AND RENOVATIONS TO
DUBACH SCHOOL
Lincoln Parish School Board
Dubach, Louisiana
COMMISSION NUMBER 1306
Sealed bids for the construction of the following project will be received by the Lincoln Parish School Board, located at their current office, 410 South Farmerville Street, Ruston, Louisiana 71270, either by mail or hand delivery, no later than 2:00 PM. local time on October 22, 2013, at which time all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids received after the 2:00 PM. deadline will be returned to the bidder unopened.

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September 26th

Fire district runs on community volunteers

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­­­At 6 p.m. Sept. 19 the Lincoln Parish Fire District No. 1 training facility was full of people eager to learn the skills necessary to serve their community at their Firefighter School, or “Rookie School” as the seasoned firefighters call it.
Firefighter school began Sept. 19 with District Chief Danny Cross acknowledging the commissioners.
“Thank you for coming out (to Firefighter School),” Mike Fulton, commissioner for the Lincoln Parish Fire Department, said. “Volunteers are how we keep this district running. We need your help.”

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Poor rankings

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‘LABI scorecard not a big deal’
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Two Lincoln Parish lawmakers say the poor rankings they received on this year’s Louisiana Association of Business and Industry legislative session scorecard don’t matter much.
Rep. Rob Shadoin, R-Ruston, scored 44 percent, while Sen. Rick Gallot, D-Ruston, rated 24 percent. LABI, the state’s largest business lobby group, annually ranks lawmakers based on whether legislators voted with LABI’s position on a select number of bills.
“I’d hate to be graded as a legislator on five post-selected bills and use that as an effectiveness rating for me or any other legislator,” Shadoin said.

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Two arrests made for Summer Heat

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Operation Summer Heat yielded two more arrests on Wednesday.
Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office along with the Lincoln Parish Narcotics Enforcement Team arrested two men on opposite ends of the parish on methamphetamine and cocaine charges.
At 10:45 a.m. Wednesday, Joseph Dickerson Jr., 59, of 112 Holly Road, Dubach, was arrested by LPSO for one count of distribution of schedule II drugs. His bail is $10,000.
“Dickerson is part of an on-going investigation,” Chad Alexander of LPSO said.

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Festival events set to begin

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Dubach is strutting, cackling and crowing its way to the Louisiana Chicken Festival this Friday and Saturday. There are a variety of events going on this weekend — even talks from the animal experts of the Monroe Zoo, animals included.
The Dubach Restoration and Beautification Organization has coordinated the Chicken Festival for this year, and they have mixed some new in with the old.
“At 10 a.m., we will be having the Monroe Zoo coming to us,” Gina Stokes, coordinator for DRABO said. “There will be different animals and the experts will give talk about the animals.”

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‘Long live Grambling State University’

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Long-Jones Hall has portraits of presidents that laid foundations to keep Grambling State University going.
Among the nine, eight are men and there is one woman, Neari Warner.
She returned to the Grambling State’s campus after four years to give the Founder’s Day Convocation address on Tuesday.
During her 2001-2004 presidency, Warner successfully led the university through a probation period by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the accrediting agency for schools in the South. With hard work from students, faculty and staff, Grambling State was cleared in 2003.

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Fun struts through town

As the Louisiana Chicken Festival draws near, the town of Dubach clucks with excitement.
With the arts and crafts, photo contests, talent show and musical entertainment starting up, the residents of Dubach are preparing for a fun-filled weekend.
Festivals are an important part of small town life. They provide a boost in morale, money and marketing. In a town like Dubach, everyone knows each other — for the most part — and festivals provide a reason to fellowship and connect with others in the community.

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