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    Wednesday, April 26, 2017
    Northeast Delta Human Services Authority ( NE Delta HSA ), which directs the operation of community-based services for citizens with mental health issues, addictive disorders, developmental disabilities and prevention programs, is sponsoring a public symposium, in partnership with the National Alliance on Mental Illness - Ruston Chapter (NAMI Ruston), on Tuesday, May 2 at the Ruston Civic Center. ...read more
    Tuesday, April 11, 2017
    By Cathi Cox-Boniol I recently had the pleasure of watching “Hello Dolly!” all over again. Without a doubt, I loved that movie when it first came out in 1969. However, since having the opportunity to perform in the musical along-side Metropolitan Opera and Broadway star Patrice Munsel, I’ve grown even more attached to anything that has to do with the beloved musical. That ...read more
    Categories: Community, YEA! (Young Entrepreneurs Academy)
    Monday, April 03, 2017
    Long-term Daily Leader publisher announces retirement By Nancy Bergeron nancy@rustonleader.com Rick Hohlt, who for 26 years has served as publisher of the Ruston Daily Leader , has announced his retirement effective April 28. Hohlt has a total 38 years of service at the newspaper, having worked as assistant advertising manager, advertising manager and general manager before being named ...read more
    Wednesday, March 08, 2017
    Beginning in September, a Leadership Lincoln group meets monthly with a different focus each month. The February class takes a look at industry. Participants spent the day visiting some of the industrial businesses located in Lincoln Parish. The following notes were taken by one of the participants; it was a full day of learning. Lunch was provided by nettech (formerly BTG). The Cleaners of ...read more
    Categories: Leadership Lincoln
    Monday, March 06, 2017
    The majority of downtown Ruston has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Throughout this application process we learned that the approved district has 78 contributing buildings, four of which are individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places – the Dixie Center for the Arts, the Federal Building, Ruston State Bank, and Ruston USO. In order to be ...read more
    Monday, March 06, 2017
    The City of Ruston and Ruston-Lincoln Parish Convention & Visitors Bureau have collaborated to bring art and culture to Ruston's growing cultural community by establishing three murals throughout the city. The first mural is located at the corner of N. Vienna and Alabama, on the back of the 1938 Rainwater Building, across from the Dixie Center for the Arts. This mural will consist of ...read more

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