Ruston governmental, business and Louisiana Tech University leaders agree: What’s good for one is good for all.
But the harmony expressed by officials last week during the Louisiana Tech Faculty Senate’s annual Future of Ruston forum was more than just mutual public admiration for each other. What’s good for the city, or for economic development, or for the university, really is good for the entire Ruston-Lincoln Parish community.
More than 100 years ago, women had little freedom. They couldn’t vote, own property or do much on their own. Now, we have women serving as the chief executive officers of Fortune 500 companies and seriously considering bids for the White House.
Today begins the celebration of Women’s History Month, where we as a nation and a community, set aside time to consider the many contributions of women throughout history.
Summer is a time for children to take a break from school and extracurricular activities to rest and make sure they are prepared for the next school year.
While many kids spend their summer playing outside, participating in sports or simply resting, others participate in various activities throughout Lincoln Parish that are sure to keep children fresh and ready to prepare for the new school year.