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June 24th, 2013

Docket No. 13-356

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TERRYVILLE FIELD Docket No. 13-356
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 2, 2013, upon the application of WILDHORSE RESOURCES, LLC.

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LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE
167 NORTH SELF STORAGE pursuant to LA R.S. 9:4759, notice is hereby given that 167 NORTH SELF STORAGE, located at 5568 Highway 167 N, Ruston, LA 71270, will sell at auction the following described properties located in unit indicated and leased to person so named:
Alexander, David
241 Sellers Rd.
Dubach, LA 71235
Unit No. #I355
Kenmore dryer, Graco baby bed, toys, speakers, VCR, printer, baby stroller, ironing board, misc.

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June 22nd

Let the good times roll

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Peach Parade draws in thousands

Revelers packed the streets of Ruston hoping to catch some candy and a few souvenirs as the 2013 Louisiana Peach Festival Parade rolled down Alabama Avenue and through downtown Ruston on Saturday morning.
Businesses, community groups and even school organizations decorated top-notch floats in efforts to snag this year’s winning float title.

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Here she comes ...

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As the 2013 Peach festival came to an end, a new Princess Peach was crowned.
The 63rd Princess Peach Georgia Dugdale, 4, is the daughter of Bart and Joanna Dugdale.
Dugdale said she wanted to compete in the pageant because it seemed fun.
When asked if she was excited to be crowned the 63rd Princess Peach Georgia said “Yea I’m excited,” as she ran off to hug her dad.
The pageant festivities began on Friday with the Annual Ice Cream Social, which was held at the Dixie Center for the Arts.

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Young girls rule during Diaper Derby

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For more than five years area youngsters have came together to compete in the Diaper Derby as part of the Louisiana Peach Festival.
Faye Barnes, co-owner of Barnes Portraiture, said this year’s numbers were a bit down.
“We had about 30 less participants than we had in previous years,” she said. “Which is surprising since I always hear how this is peoples favorite part of the Peach Festival.”
Participant numbers may have been down, but as for the crowd Trinity United Methodist Church was still a packed house.

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Water summit brings ideas from Australia

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It’s no secret that water conservation and the future of supply levels are a concern here in Lincoln Parish.
But many people don’t realize how widespread the problem is and how many people are working to try and help ease the problem.
That was the reasoning behind a worldwide meeting of the minds Thursday at Lomax Hall on the Louisiana Tech University campus to come up with ways to handle the ever-increasing problem of water scarcity.

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Water help from ‘Down Under’

Sharing knowledge and ideas is often beneficial, especially if the transfer comes from across the world.
That’s what Downsville Mayor Reggie Skains hopes.
Skains, who works with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service, organized a Water Management Roundtable Discussion at Louisiana Tech University last week with panels consisting of scholars from Australia and four Louisiana water experts.
“The Australians are on a 45-day world tour where they’re sharing and gathering information along with American counterparts,” said discussion organizer Reggie Skains with the National Association of Resource Conservation and Development. “They do a great job of water management in Australia, and with the problems we have with the Sparta Aquifer being slowly depleted, I think there’s a lot we can learn from.”

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Reader concerned about schools

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This letter is to alert parents that the Common Core Standards are coming into you schools. This is a complete takeover of your children and of their education.
Teaching your children what they, the federal government, wants them to know and to learn. It’s control of all minds. This is the federal government taking over education through the back door.

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Report estimated for supply, demand

The June World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report released last week by the USDA reflects the slow corn planting season across much of the Corn Belt due to snow, rain and cool weather, according to analysis by the American Farm Bureau Federation.
Louisiana has all of its corn in the ground and only a few acres of soybeans unplanted.
Nationally, 95 percent of this year’s corn crop was planted as of June 9 but later-planted corn faces the risk of pollination during seasonally warmer temperatures and drier weather expected in late July, which could reduce the yield.

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Remeber our Independence

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Peach Festival
Despite some problems with the local peach crop, there is still an abundance of peaches available. Please check with our local, loyal and dedicated growers.
The annual Peach Festival brings many people into our community. We enjoy the festival as do they. Whether the event is a diaper derby, beauty pageant, parade or shopping with some of the many vendors, please safely enjoy yourselves. Also, take the role of ambassador for our wonderful community. Ruston and Lincoln Parish are great places to call home. Some of the people visiting might decide that this should be their home.

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