LEFT: New Library Aide, John Pruden, is busy processing a new book being added to the library collection at RJHS. RIGHT: Submitted photos
Pictured are Sarah Gilliland, Hannah Scheaffer, Aislyn Coyne, Oneke Gwan, Heather Thorson, Joanitah Nakiggwe, Christian Campbell, Vincent Grisby, Abby Pace, Brianna Currie, Ciera Wright, Scott Cater, Justin Griffin, James Ellenberger, Kayon Gamble, Ronald Wagner, Armani Bowman, Ryan Sorensen, Devin Chadwick, Trey Williams, Drew Campbell and Connor Cahoun, who all participated in the District Honor Band.
Principal’s List—All A’s
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Grambling State University police officers are now wearing multifunction body cameras.
GSU Interim Police Chief Howard Caviness appealed for and was approved for a Title 3 Grant totaling $100,000 which will allow for an updated communication system, an updated radio room and body cameras worn on all of his officers.
The new body cameras, which officers started wearing on Feb.1, are used to not only protect the officers, but also to protect the students at GSU.
The 2014 Christmas parade took place Thursday night. Grand Marshal’s for the event were Bill Cox and his daughter Cathy Cox-Boniol. The theme was “A Blue Christmas,” with 60 participants in the parade it rolled through downtown Ruston in right around 40 minutes.
First place winner was Ardagh Glass Company, second place was awarded to South Parkway Church and third place went to Suddenlink.
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced approximately 2,500 winners of National Merit Scholarships financed by United States colleges and universities. Officials of each sponsor college selected their scholarship winners from among the finalists in the 2013 National Merit Scholarship Program who plan to attend their institution.