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RICHLAND BEACON-NEWS -- Rayville, La. -- Thursday, January 24, 2013 -- Page 3
The Rayville Police De-
partment made the follow-
ing arrests for the week of
Jan. 14-20.
• Jeremy Jackson,
1026 Elanwood Road,
Winnsboro; driving under
• Khelcie Williams,
106 Keener St., Rayville;
disturbing the peace by
fighting (second offense)
• Alexis Hawkins,
305 Spruce St., Rayville;
disturbing the peace by
fighting (second offense).
• Lawrence Smiley,
439 Dacron St., Rayville;
theft less than $300
• Catherine Anderson,
30; 110 Tradition St., Ray-
ville; accessory to the fact.
• Justin Lawrence,
413 Church St., Rayville;
failure to appear on dam-
age to property less than
$100 and contempt of court
on disturbing the peace by
fighting and theft less than
• Akeem Peeler,
1426 Short 7th St., Lake
Providence; driving under
• Four juveniles
arrested this week. Three
were charged with disturb-
ing the peace by fighting
and one with theft less than
• • •
The Rayville Police
Department issued a total
of 11 traffic citations this
week. That number in-
cludes seven for speeding
and one each for failure to
yield, canceled/expired li-
cense plate, running a stop
or yield sign and no proof
of insurance.
• • •
Rayville Police Chief
Willie Robinson
all citizens of Rayville that
fighting will not be toler-
ated within the Town of
“Anyone involved in
fights within city limits will
be arrested whether or not
you are on the scene when
my officers arrive,” advised
the chief “If we are not im-
mediately able to locate
you, we will obtain arrest
warrants. You will be ar-
rested and charged, which
means you will have fines
to pay and could possible
be incarcerated.”
The chief commented
that he and his officers take
seriously any behavior that
disrupts the peace and safe-
ty of the community.
“My desire is for Ray-
ville to be a safe, happy,
peaceful place for its resi-
dents to live and work,”
said the chief.
Robinson would also
like to remind parents that
they can be charged along
with their children in cer-
tain cases.
“It’s important that you
monitor and take respon-
sibility for your children’s
behavior,” said the chief.
“We will work with you if
your child is having behav-
ioral problems. There are
resources available to get
help if we are made aware
of the problem.”
The chief advised that
any parent who needs help
with their child’s behav-
ioral issues may call or
come to the Rayville Police
Department to get informa-
tion on local resources and
Chief Robinson encour-
ages all citizens to come by
Rayville Police Department
at 900 Harrison Street or to
call 728-4431 if you need
his help in anyway.
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Alto Baptist Church
Antioch Baptist Church of Nelson Bend
Archibald Church of Christ
Bayou Bingo n MFR LLC
Bethel Baptist Church
Brady, Ben & Dianne
Branch, A.B. (in honor) by Glenda
Broadway, Ella
Brown Holley Funeral Home, LLC
Brown Realty Co of Rayville, Inc
Bunnitt, Ola
Byrd, Mike
Calvary Baptist Church - Mangham
Chaney, Charles R., Comm. To Elect
Coenen, Matt & Kristine
Collins, Dorothy Bell
Colvin, Elliot, Farms
Compass Performance Group, LLC
Crossroads Hospice, LLC
Dawson Farms, LLC
Delhi Feed & Supply
Delhi Home Care
Dennard, Troy
Diamond, Helen
Eastside Baptist Church, Rayville
Eubanks, Mr. & Mrs. Fred
Family Life Home Health
Feed Lot, Rayville
Fields, James
First Bapitst Church - MLK, Rayville
First Baptist Church, Delhi - Willing
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First Baptist Church, Rayville
Franklin, George B. & Son, Inc.
Freeland, Lee Orville
Garner, Walter & Nell
Good Hope Baptist Church
Gospel Jubilee
Grant, Helen
Hales, Jr., Myrt T. , Attorney
Hamlett Temple C.M.E. Church
Heath Family Dentistry
Hill, Marie
Hollis, Karen M., CPA
Hubbard, Ronald M.D.
Johnston, Gary & Susan
Jones, Malvin
Jones, Mrs. Johnny L.
Lockeby Rice & Grain
Long, Evelyn
Macedonia Baptist Church, Rayville
Mangham Home Care, Inc.
Mangham United Methodist Church
McFarland, Judy
McKenzie Dinner
Medlin, Gordon "Scooter" (Richland
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Morris Tire, L.L.C.
Morris Veterinary Hospital
New Beginnings Tabernacle Inc.
Nicholson, Mr. & Mrs. Tommy
Palmetto Addiction Recovery Center
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Payne, Dolly (in memory) by Richard
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Pierce, Glenn
Plain, Mary
Plain, Wendell
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Popeye's (A & M Operating Co., Inc.)
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Rayville Church of Jesus Christ
Rayville Kiwanis Club
Rayville Nursing & Rehabilitation
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Richardson Home Care
Richardson, Ginny D.
Richland Parish Hospital - Delhi
Richland State Bank
Riser, Senator Neil
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
Saint Vincent Depaul Society
Sasser, Helen
Scott Irrigation, LLC
Scriber Insurance Agency, Inc.
Singley Pharmacy Inc
St. Peter AME Church, Delhi
Start Assembly of God
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Templeton, Janice (in Honor) by Lou
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Veterans of Foreign Wars
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For Fiscal Year
July 1,2012 to June 30,2013
Zelene Ester of Delhi
Charter School and John
Taylor McDonald of Riv-
erfield Academy spent
Jan. 9 at the LSU Health
Shreveport- School of
Medicine in Shreveport to
participate in the Day with
the Doctors program.
Zelene and John Taylor
were among 33 students
from North Louisiana
chosen to spend an entire
day with medical staff and
students at LSU Health
Shreveport- School of
Day with the Doctors
is a one-day, interactive
program that provides
Louisiana high school
students with an opportu-
nity to experience and ob-
serve a day’s activities on
a medical school campus.
Students interact with fac-
ulty and medical students,
discuss health careers and
medical school, as well
as learn basic medical di-
agnostic skills. Hands-on
training includes: learn-
ing how to listen to breath
and heart sounds, checking
reflexes, suturing bananas
and improving communi-
cation and listening skills
in working with patients.
LSU Health Shreve-
port- School of Medicine
faculty members and staff
were available to answer
questions regarding educa-
tional prerequisites, medi-
cal school admissions,
medical school costs,
and personal preparation
for the commitment of a
health career.
This unique health ca-
reer enticement program
is coordinated and spon-
sored by North Louisiana
AHEC and LSU Health
Shreveport- School of
Medicine to educate future
health professionals about
the demand for healthcare
professionals in rural and
underserved areas of Loui-
Student participation
is by invitation only and
is limited to high school
students residing in North
Louisiana who have suc-
cessfully completed other
enticement programs spon-
sored by North Louisiana
AHEC. Students must be
currently enrolled as a
high school sophomore,
junior or senior and have a
3.5 grade point average or
“We are pleased to
sponsor this important op-
portunity for young people
throughout North Louisi-
ana to have an experience
at the medical school. Ru-
ral Louisiana has a short-
age of physicians and ex-
perience has taught us that
“growing our own health
professionals” is the key to
filling this demand,” stat-
ed Susan Moreland, Ex-
ecutive Director of North
Louisiana AHEC.
A special thank you for
the success of this program
goes to the faculty and staff
at LSU Health Shreveport-
School of Medicine for
their vision for the com-
munity and commitment
to this enticement and re-
cruitment effort.
It will be many years
before most of these young
people have completed
their post-secondary edu-
cation and are eligible to
apply for medical school,
but this experience will
have a significant impact
on the choices they make
over the next five or six
years. NLAHEC’s goal
is for these young people
to be the Louisiana physi-
cians of the future.
For more information
on this program or oth-
er NLAHEC programs,
please contact Ashley Fra-
Local students spend a day with the doctors
John Taylor McDonald and Zelene Ester
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