Those wishing to honor veterans — or anyone else they feel needs honoring — will have a chance to do so in Choudrant this month.
Last year, the Choudrant Restoration and Beautification Society spearheaded a campaign to build a flagpole surrounded by commemorative bricks at the corner of U.S. Highway 80 and Louisiana Highway 145 next to Choudrant’s Town Hall.
Career Technical College’s first phlebotomy class ended and all students who started the program completed it.
Sharounda Bens, of Crossett, Ark., Sara Harwood, of Simsboro, and Katherine Harwood, of Dubach, each completed the 11-week certification course.
“This is a fantastic start for our newest program,” said campus director Cheryl Lokey.
Greetings from Ms. Moore’s Class at Cypress Springs Elementary! We have already been very busy in our class this year. We have enjoyed welcoming our new classmates from Glen View. Those of us that were at Cypress Springs last year have done a great job showing our new friends around, and helping them learn what Wildcats are all about!