Below is the 2010-11 honor roll list for the fifth six weeks at Hico Elementary School.
“A” Honor Roll — 4.0
First grade: Dacie Dean, Joseph Kelley
Second grade: Ariahana Valle
Third grade: Caitlin Badgley, Keely Barmore, Savannah Heisler
Fourth grade: Aeryn Jones
Fifth grade: Lee Hannah, Jesus Salazar
“B” Honor Roll —
3.50 – 3.99
First grade: Destiny Adkins, Tristan Bennett, Thomas Gauge, David Jerrell, D’Janai Johnson, Dorothy Jones, Ke’Yahnie Lewis, Shaniyah Martin, Jasmine Rushing
Second grade: Shane Compton, Alexis Cook, Rochira Dyes, Constance Ellis, Emily Otwell,
Lincoln Parish is home to quite a few hidden treasures, and the Outdoor Wilderness Learning Center can be added to that list.
Samantha Luttrell, farm and equine supervisor for the OWL Center, said the 800-plus acres that are the OWL Center were partially donated in the 1970s, by Loraine Howard — a local businesswoman, and the remaining land was purchased in the 1990s.
“The OWL Center is more than 800 acres of rolling hills, beautiful facilities and programs designed to encourage teamwork, family bonds, character development, education and fun,” she said.
SIMSBORO — At the Village of Simsboro’s monthly town hall meeting May 7, the focus was on applying for a LaSTEP grant, which would provide funds to make considerable improvements to their infrastructure.
Simsboro is trying to obtain the LaSTEP grant, which is funded by the State of Louisiana’s Office of Community Development, to help replace the water lines on Louisa and Braswell Streets.
The village’s initiative to replace all the waterlines in Simsboro started five years ago.