A plan that has been half a decade in the making is finally starting to come to fruition.
The Boys and Girls Club of North Central Louisiana unveiled the rendition of what they hope their new facilities could possibly look like.
The new facility, which administrators hope will be located on Farmerville Street, will support use by 300 students. At their current facility the club is only able to accommodate 130 students. Chief Professional Officer Eldonta Osborne said the new site of the club would be within walking distance of more than 1,000 students — K through 12th grade.
On Nov. 30 , City of Grambling leaders, members of the business community and local residents gathered at Grambling City Hall for a groundbreaking ceremony for the soon-to-be-developed Mansfield Estates.
Located directly behind city hall, the subdivision will include six two-bedroom homes, 21 three-bedroom homes and four four-bedroom homes. The name bestowed to the new development is to honor a former Grambling Mayor and Police Juror, the Rev. Julius Mansfield.
Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States. Ultraviolet radiation from the sun is the main cause of skin cancer. UV radiation can also come from tanning booths or sunlamps. The most dangerous kind of skin cancer is called melanoma.
The good news? Skin cancer can almost always be cured when it’s found and treated early.
Communities, health professionals and families can work together to prevent skin cancer or detect it early on.
For all those with newborns or toddlers, the threats and dangers that are associated with having a child are always in the backs of your minds.
Protecting your child from common, everyday hazards involves more than simply just covering up the plug holes at every outlet.
September is set as National Baby Safety month, and with more and more parents each day becoming responsible for children, the quest to help keep toddlers and infants safe has become a task that is difficult for many.