State Rep. Hollis Downs, R-Ruston, who represents District 12, which includes Union and Lincoln parishes, will not seek re-election in October.
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To faculty, staff and alumni of Grambling State University the name Judy Ann Mason brings a sense of pride.
Since spring is in full swing now, and summer is just around the corner everyone seems to be venturing outdoors. With that comes the possibility of accidents for adults and children alike.
I’ve always been at least a bit of a storm junkie. Maybe it’s because I remember both running from and riding out hurricanes while growing up in New Orleans.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Well, that’s assuming you celebrate the hundreds of different awareness months that are supposedly celebrated throughout the year.
I am compelled to share a delightful and uplifting experience illustrating that sometimes dreams can and do become realities.
The Wildwood Express Band began in 1974 while Joe Woods was working with the Ruston Police Department.
Familiar faces will be seen on the Dixie stage Saturday night as the Wildwood Express Band and area performers come together to pay tribute to Joe Woods.
Louisiana Tech’s department of music will present the 40th Louisiana Composers Consortium concert at 3 p.m. Sunday.
Cedar Creek High’s softball team is back where it belongs: in the Louisiana High School Athletic Association state tournament.
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