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Theater location site narrowed

Shane Morrison, president and owner of the company, said he will make a formal announcement Tuesday as to where the theater will be constructed.
Morrison said the sites being considered are narrowed to two locations: one is on the Interstate 20 service road near Wal-Mart between U.S. Hwy. 167 and La. Hwy. 33, and the other location is off the I-20 service road to the west of Temple Baptist Church.
“We have met with officials in Ruston all week, and we’ve been welcomed with open arms,” Morrison said.

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Robinson remains legend among Grambling faithful

It occurred during the NCAA's annual national signing period for gridiron prospects earlier this month, when more than 40 student-athletes joined the Tigers' program.
The vast majority, when asked about reasons for choosing the famous Lincoln Parish school, made references to coach Robinson and the indelible imprint that he placed on the program for nearly 60 years.

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Sparta might keep 'critical' label

"Any chance that we have, any hope, is good," Lincoln Parish Police Jury President Mickey Mays said.
Anthony Duplechin, head of water resources for the Louisiana Office of Conservation, told the state's farmers a review of the Sparta's status is underway and could take as long as six months to complete.
"We have to determine what effect Act 235 (HB 388) has on the order," Duplechin said.

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Downs: 'Declare Sparta critical'

"This is wonderful news to have Representative Downs join Representative Gallot and the people of North Louisiana in our efforts to secure a critical designation and a total solution for the Sparta Aquifer," Lincoln Parish Police Jury President Mickey Mays said.

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