Students from Dustin Whitlock’s political studies class got to see first hand how government is put into action, thanks to Sen. Rick Gallot.
A few weeks ago, Gallot visited Whitlock’s class of sophomore students at Ruston High’s New Tech as part of the “Legislator’s Back to School” program.
Gallot was surprised to hear the student’s tell him how unpleasant they believed the cafeteria food was and, out of all the issues brought up that day, there seemed to be one resounding theme — food in the school cafeteria had room for improvement.
A man suspected of dealing marijuana is behind bars following a traffic stop for speeding.
Ahmad Antone Bowleg, 23, of Gramblng, has been arrested on multiple drug charges.
According to the arrest affidavit, a Grambling police officer on Tuesday night stopped Bowleg for driving 50 miles per hour in a 35 mph zone on Stadium Boulevard. The officer reported smelling the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle and frisked the suspect.
Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, LLC and McAlister’s Select Deli held their grand opening celebrations this week on the campus of Louisiana Tech University, providing new retail and food services for visitors and members of the campus community.
The more than 10,000 tons of woodwaste backed up at the Lincoln Parish landfill will soon start to shrink, as the Police Jury voted Tuesday to authorize the contract for removal of the material through a woodwaste air curtain incinerator facility with Crochet Equipment Company out of Madisonville.