ARLINGTON, Va. — CenturyLink was one of 15 employers from across the nation to be honored with the 2011 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award.
The Freedom Award is the highest recognition given by the Department of Defense to large, small and public sector employers for their exceptional support of employees serving in the Guard and Reserve. The annual awards were presented on Sept. 22 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C.
The State Department of Education mandated that a new Evaluation of the superintendent policy be implemented in August and Lincoln Parish School Board members went into executive session during last night’s meeting to give feedback as to the “quality, competency and attributes,” of current Superintendent of schools Danny Bell.
The public was asked to leave during the executive session and although board members did not discuss specifics of the evaluation afterwards, President Otha Anders said, “all went
The Ruston Fire Department/Emergency Medical Services and Ruston Police Department officers responded reports of five motor vehicle crashes within city limits Thursday.
Pictured are officials working the scene of a crash at the intersection of East Georgia Avenue and Willow Glen Street. Two vehicles collided in that accident, causing one to roll over on its side and come to rest against another car. Five patients were treated on the scene with two being transported to Northern Louisiana Medical Center for treatment of minor injuries.
Will Sutton, director of the Grambling State University media bureau, called a story that broke on Wednesday about the university’s lab schools “bogus” this morning.
An anonymous email purporting to be from an angry Grambling High School student on Wednesday, claimed that only one or two classrooms in the school had heat, which was insufficient. The email claimed that the only place in the school warm enough were the lobby and main office.