FARMERVILLE — The Bayou D’Arbonne Lake Water District Board heard maintenance update reports and agreed to allow the Farmerville Chamber of Commerce to use the lake for a Fourth of July fireworks show as it held its monthly meeting last week.
One project the board reviewed was the Tainter gate project, which engineer Ron Riley said has gotten under way.
Kirby Hennigan took top honors at the recent I.A. Lewis social studies fair. Kirby finished first in history. Other first place winners include Oneke Gwan (anthropology) and Aislyn Coyne (geography). Second-place winners include Stormy Castle (history), Jasmine McTyer (anthropology) and Patryk Griffin (geography). Third-place winners include Natalie Sims (history) and Madison Ray (anthropology). Jacob Seal was honorable mention in history. These students will be participating in the Louisiana Tech University Regional Social Studies Fair on March 14.