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June 7th, 2013

Five generations together

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Five generations were recently photographed together. Pictured are Raymon “Doc” Hammons, Bobby Hammons, Michael Hammons, Mason Hammons and Benson Hammons.

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Students experience ‘Art without walls’

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For the the fourth year, Lincoln ACHIEVE and The Rawle Enterprise Center at Louisiana Tech University teamed up to present its Art Without Walls exhibit. An outgrowth of the AC/DC Art Project, the partnership also featured special collaborations within the School of Art at Louisiana Tech University.

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Milstead to remain at RHS

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LPSB moves to delay search for new principal until next year
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Ruston High Principal Mike Milstead will remain in his current position for at least another school year.
During this week’s Lincoln Parish School Board meeting it was announced that a search committee looking for Milstead’s replacement decided to recommend neither of two candidates interviewed on May 28 — the second round of interviews for the position.

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‘Above and beyond’

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Life Choices’ Sledge named 2013 recipient
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The Betty Robbins Volunteer of the Year Award is given annually to a person who volunteers their time and talents to the people of Lincoln Parish, making this a better place to live, work and raise families.
The award is named for Betty Robbins who gave so willingly during her lifetime. Robbins was a charter member of Junior Auxiliary of Ruston and served the chapter in just about every capacity there was, as well as serving as the national president from 1992-93.

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Grambling to honor ‘Gallot Trio’

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For many Grambling residents, the name Gallot invokes thoughts of public service and dedication to the community.
Members of the Gallot family have held positions such as state senator, educator, board member and mayor. To honor three specific members of the Gallot family, the City of Grambling has named Rick Gallot Sr., his wife Mildred Gallot and their son State Senator Rick Gallot the “Gallot Trio” as well as Grand Marshals of Grambling’s Juneteenth Heritage Festival.

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Kicking off peachy fun with an art show

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The North Central Louisiana Arts Council office is excited about next week’s Peach Festival Art Exhibit. On Thursday, we’ll be on site at the Ruston Civic Center from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. to check in artwork for this 26th annual fine arts show. This is such a wonderful program, as it brings the community together through the arts, exhibiting works by hobby-artists, professionals, students and young children. Wonderful community sponsors contribute monetary awards in eight categories, and works exhibited may be for sale, so viewers can buy and bring a favorite piece home when the exhibit closes.

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Kicking off Juneteenth with a crown

On June 19, 1865 Major General Gordon Granger with the Union Army, marched into Galveston, Texas declaring all slaves to be free. Although the event was more than two years after the Emancipation Proclamation had become law, General Robert E. Lee had jut surrendered a few months prior. That more than likely warm day in June 1865 began a long tradition known as Juneteenth.

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Francis places No. 21

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Kim Francis ran 13.34 and finished No. 21 in the 100-meter hurdles, as Louisiana Tech University wrapped up competition at the NCAA Outdoor Championships at historic Heyward Field in Eugene, Ore., on Thursday.
Francis, a native of Lafayette, finished eighth in her heat before defeating two hurdlers from Southern Cal and another from UCLA in the finals.

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Wilson slated for draft call by end of day

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Move over, George Heard Stone, Jr.
And James Rodney Richard.
And Ralph Garr.
And Wayne Cage.
And all of the other well-known and successful names of Lincoln Parish’s baseball glory.
There’s another soon-to-be-notable name added to the legendary feats that followed former Ruston High stars Stone and Cage and ex-Lincoln High phenoms Richard and Garr into the professional ranks.
Introducing: Ivan Wilson, Jr., the Bearcats’ outfielder and slugger who is scheduled to be selected by the end of today in the 2013 Major League Baseball draft.

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Tech golf: high class grades

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The Louisiana Tech University men’s golf team has received an NCAA Public Recognition Award for its success in the classroom as part of the NCAA’s Academic Performance Program.
This marks the third consecutive year that head coach Jeff Parks’ golf team has earned the recognition for its academic work.
“This is a tribute to the hard work and dedication that our young men put forth every day in pursuing their degrees,” Parks said.

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