We really want to roll out the red carpet for the Harmon Drew Super Group at 7 p.m. on Saturday night.
A recent automobile accident has affected the lives of Judge Drew and his wife Jean.
As Harmon puts it, “Jean and I are fortunate and blessed to still be here. The first responders were amazing. Jean was bunged up worse than I was. We hope that she is back to 100 percent in a couple of months. She’s a trooper and will be OK. I am already at 96 percent which is as good as I’ve been in the last 20 years. At my age 96 percent is the new 100 percent.”
Ruston Civic Guild members Judy Graham, Jane Grafton, Jan Hall, Beth Vosburg and Linda Colvin prepare holiday trays of homemade cookies for local agencies in appreciation of their service to the community.
While many are outside enjoying RPAR’s summer activities like swimming, golfing and playing softball and tennis, we at the office of Parks and Recreation think it is imporatant to remind you about that big bright star in the sky. Believe it or not, the star that we are referring to is the sun.
It is estimated that only 55 percent of all Americans know that the sun is in fact a medium-sized star. The sun is so much closer to Earth that it looks much bigger and brighter and we can obviously feel heat radiating from it.
The Lincoln Parish School District celebrated its place in the history books when it recently paused to honor its first “A” schools — or as the program proclaimed, “Schools of Academic Excellence.”
At a gala luncheon hosted by Lincoln ACHIEVE at Squire Creek Country Club, the instructional staff of both Choudrant High School and Ruston High School gathered together to bask in the spotlight of unparalleled achievement for the schools and district. It was a time to reflect on the exemplary performance of both teams while thanking them for a job well done.