Parish voters will be asked to extend two operating millages if a resolution to call an election is passed on Tuesday night.
Lincoln Parish School Board members will be presented with a resolution to consider calling an election for the renewal of special taxes of Consolidated School District No. 1 and Ruston School District No. 1 at the regularly scheduled meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the board room, located at 410 S. Farmerville St.
Two Grambling State University students are in custody after they allegedly struck, choked and robbed another student while he was visiting them in their dorm.
Patrick Eugene James, 20, 100 S. Main St., and Alonzo Dewayne Johnson, 19, 100 S. Main St., were arrested by GSU police and charged on Tuesday with one count each of second degree robbery and second degree battery. They are currently in custody at the Lincoln Parish Detention Center where they each face a $100,000 bond for the two charges.
Choudrant Town Council met Monday night to hear about the North Treatment Plant Project.
Bob Myers, with Riley Co. of Louisiana, came before the council with a bid for $42,450, which he said is a lump sum price.
The project, which will be for improvement purposes and minor repairs, was low bid by James L. Davis Construction.
Myers said the time frame for completion of the project is unknown at the time, but that it shouldn’t take long.