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January 27th, 2015

TOWN OF DUBACH

TOWN OF DUBACH
REGULAR MEETING OF TOWN COUNCIL
The Town Council of Dubach, Louisiana met in Regular Session Tuesday January 20, 2015, at 6:30 pm at the Town Hall.
Present were Honorable Robert Jensen Mayor, Council members Ruby Key, Donna Lewis, Robert Colvin, Evelyn Graham, Monique Roberts and Derrick Amaya with the Ruston Daily Leader.
Absent: None.
Citizens attended: Markay Brown & Walter Carpenter.
The Meeting opened with Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation by Robert Colvin.
Motion by Donna Lewis Seconded by Robert Colvin to approve Agenda as presented

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JOB ADVERTISEMENTS

JOB ADVERTISEMENTS
The City of Grambling is now accepting applications for the following positions:
Assistant Municipal Clerk
A bachelor's degree is required with a minimum of five years of experience in accounting/bookkeeping and skilled in the use of QuickBooks.
Where to Apply: City of Grambling
127 King Street
Grambling, LA 71245
(318) 247-6120
How to Apply: Personally deliver or mail to P. O. Box 109, Grambling, LA 71245
Public Works Employee:
The successful candidate will provide assistance to the Public Works Department for the City of Grambling. A CDL license is preferred.

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REGULAR SESSION

LINCOLN PARISH SCHOOL BOARD
Ruston, Louisiana
REGULAR SESSION
Tuesday, January 6, 2015 6:00 p.m.
The Lincoln Parish School Board met in Regular Session on Tuesday, January 6, 2015, at 6:00 p.m. at the Lincoln Parish School Board, 410 South Farmerville Street, Ruston, Louisiana. Members present were Ms. Debbie Abrahm, Mr. Otha Anders, Mr. Michael Barmore, Ms. Lisa Best, Mr. David Ferguson, Mr. Danny Hancock, Mr. Trott Hunt, Mr. George Mack, Jr., Mr. Joe Mitcham and Ms. Susan Wiley.
No board members were absent.

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2014 RHS alumnus dies on ski trip

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Former Bearcat Jack Lindsey remembered for positive attitude
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Ruston High School held its annual football banquet Monday night to celebrate its heroes from the 2014 gridiron season.

But there was also a somber tone to the night as the Bearcats paid tribute to and mourned the loss of one of their own.

Air Force Academy Cadet 4th Class John “Jack” Lindsey, an 18-year-old 2014 Ruston High School graduate, died Saturday while skiing at Keystone Resort in Summit County, Colorado, the academy said in a Monday release. He was pronounced dead at the scene, and the cause of death was ruled an accident.

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Commission, DOTD working out Tainter gate procedures

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When Tainter gates installed on the Lake D’Arbonne Spillway were first put into play last spring, the agencies responsible for its operation said learning when to open and close the gates would be a work in progress.
As the control structure was opened earlier this month for just the second time since the project was completed in 2013, the two agencies responsible for its operation were using revised benchmarks to open the gates to take rising water from the lake and dump it into Bayou D’Arbonne and ultimately into the Ouachita River.

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Bell gives his final State of District address

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Growing ESL population, Common Core among challenges cited
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Superintendent of Schools Danny Bell gave his final State of the District Report to a crowd gathered in the Lincoln Parish Library Community Room at noon Monday.
Since he formally announced his retirement in October, Bell said knowing this was his final address was bittersweet.
“It is time for change,” Bell said. “There are great days ahead for the Lincoln Parish School District.”
Bell told the crowd filled with educators, local government officials, business leaders and other stakeholders in the community that there are currently 6,398 students in the district.

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Diamond Techsters gearing up

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Louisiana Tech to open 2015 softball season on Feb. 5
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The Louisiana Tech Lady Techster softball team and head coach Mark Montgomery and Co. will open the season Feb. 5 at home against ULM in the first game of the six-team, four-day Lady Techster Invitational featuring the Warhawks, Missouri State, Abilene Christian, SIUE and Arkansas Pine Bluff.
Unlike years past, Tech will play the vast majority of the first month of its season at home with 16 of the first 22 contests scheduled for the Lady Techster Softball Complex.

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Preseason poll provides motivation

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Conference USA released its preseason coaches’ poll and all-league team last week and the Louisiana Tech Lady Techsters didn’t receive much love.
As a team the Lady Techsters were tabbed 11th out 12 teams while not a single Tech player was voted to the 14-person all-league team.
And Tech head coach Mark Montgomery is fine with both.

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Tech baseball to conduct clinic

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Louisiana Tech head baseball coach Greg Goff is inviting Bulldog fans of all ages to enjoy a day at the ballpark on Feb. 7 at J.C. Love Field at Pat Patterson Park to help kick off the start of baseball season, which officially begins on Feb. 13 against Southeastern Louisiana.
Events are set to begin at 11 a.m. and conclude at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 7. The Bulldogs will begin the day by holding a free baseball clinic with instruction from current players and coaches for participants 13 and under.

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Fobbs deserving of SBN award

The 2014 football season was simply breathtaking for the Grambling State University Tigers and first-year head coach Broderick Fobbs.
After winning one game in each of the previous two seasons, the Tigers finished this season at 7-5, being stopped inches short of earning a berth in the Southwestern Athletic Conference championship game as Southern made a goal-line stand on the game’s final play to win this year’s Bayou Classic.

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