GRAMBLING — Aldermen of the town of Grambling have increased water and sewer rates and approved changes that give the municipality more flexibility for what to do with property where a structure has been demolished.
During their monthly meeting on Thursday evening, these were among the ordinances unanimously approved by aldermen.
A 19-year-old male was arrested for aggravated assault and carrying a weapon on school transportation yesterday afternoon, following an incident that resulted in a 911 call.
According to reports, Demarcus Dewayne Mattox, of 102 Terrill, tried provoking a fight with others on the bus, when the bus driver pulled over and removed Mattox from the bus. Mattox then allegedly pulled a knife and began hitting the bus.
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.