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April 27th, 2017

STORAGE UNIT

A 1995 Red River Boat Trailer Vin # 1RYB10K5XSC003686 has been stored at Bradshaw’s Body Shop, Inc. 2112 Farmerville Highway, Ruston, LA since 2/8/17.
If all current charges are not paid and trailer claimed by owner by 4/28/2017 a permit to dismantle may be obtained.
2td: April 26 & 27, 2017

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TOWN OF DUBACH
WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS
Separate sealed bids marked "Sealed Bid for the Town of Dubach Community Development Block Grant Project for Fiscal Year 2016 to be financed by the State of Louisiana CDBG Program” will be received by the Town of Dubach for the construction of the project described as follows:
Water System Improvements

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SOLICIATION TO QUOTE

The Ruston Housing Authority is soliciting quotes no later than May 23, 2017, at 11:00AM at 615 N. Farmerville Street, Ruston, Louisiana, for the following Open End Contracts: This is an Open End Contract agreement for a two year term, to supply services in which quantity to be supplied at the contracted price is limited by the not-to-exceed yearly sum of $50,000. Vendors may quote one or more of the work items listed.
Work to include at a minimum the following items LABOR ONLY:
PLUMBING:

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New GSU nursing program gets Regents support

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BATON ROUGE — Grambling State University’s effort to start a new undergraduate nursing program got a boost Wednesday when the Louisiana Board of Regents endorsed a letter of intent in support of a smaller, focused, more demanding academic curriculum, classroom training and support so students will be successful.
The Board of Regents vote in favor of the letter of intent was unanimous. If the process continues as planned, the first cohort of 30 students can start with the new GSU nursing program in fall 2018.

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Business owner given inaugural Excellence Award

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There are individuals in the Lincoln Parish Community who go above and beyond to help their fellow residents in their time of need, and the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce has created an award to honor these individuals — The Excellence Award.
The first recipient of the award was selected recently — the owner of Triple B Diesel, Joshua Daigrepont.
In a comment to the Chamber of Commerce, a woman from Miami, Florida, — Kristi Maxey-Diego — insisted that Daigrepont be recognized for the good deeds he had done for her parents as they traveled through Ruston.

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Shooting investigation continues

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Ruston police have updated their persons of interest list stemming from a Tuesday night shooting that sent one man to the hospital with multiple gunshot wounds.
Investigators say Chadarius L. Spencer isn’t a person of interest and that his name was placed by mistake on the original list released Wednesday morning.
The persons of interest are Tyrone Singleton, Labreasher Allen and Charvis Buggs.
The three are being held in the Union Parish Detention Center on unrelated charges stemming from a traffic stop in Bernice.

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‘Mapping Out A Future:’ Bank of Ruston, NCLAC announce annual gallery theme

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The North Central Louisiana Arts Council recently announced its collaboration with Bank of Ruston to present an exhibit for the annual Bank of Ruston Art Show in December.
“The old Federal Building has been purchased by the City of Ruston in order to become a future arts education building that will house the arts council,” said Jessica Slaughter, executive director of NCLAC, said. “Members of NCLAC have salvaged old topographical maps from the Federal Building.”

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Lady Cougars set for semifinals

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Anna Larr Roberson and the Cedar Creek Lady Cougars will take on Hanson Memorial at 2:30 p.m. today in quarterfinal action of the Division IV softball playoffs at Frasch Park in Sulphur.

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Cougars to begin playoffs

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Aaron Clark (above) and the Cedar Creek Cougars open the Division IV baseball playoffs today with a 4:30 p.m. game against St. Martin. Admission will be $7.

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Tech soccer sets fall slate

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Louisiana Tech women’s soccer head coach Kevin Sherry announced the 20-game 2017 fall schedule on Wednesday, highlighted by home matches versus SEC foe Mississippi State as well as the reigning Conference USA regular season and tournament champions in North Texas and Charlotte.
The schedule for Tech will once again be split into 10 non-conference and 10 in conference. The Lady Techsters will have nine total home matches.

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