Cooler weather heralds in the busiest time of the year with the holidays, school and work schedules at full tilt.
That’s why the October edition of Living Well, which will publish in the Sunday edition of the Ruston Daily Leader, is focusing on various ways to keep residents going.
More than half of Americans wake up each morning to a steaming cup of coffee. For those who are health-conscious, the good news is that cup of “get up and go” may not be a bad thing.
On Tuesday night, at the “Multicultural Fair,” put on by the English Language Services students at Louisiana Tech University and held at the Lincoln Parish Library Events Center, the global community shrunk, bringing parish residents and students from nine different countries together.
The decorum set the mood: different nation’s flags lined the walls, foods emitted spicy smells not easily recognized by the senses and the song “We are the World” was on repeat.
All this accompanied people as they jet set from table to table, country-to-country to learn about the world around them from displays the students made.