Monthly Archives: January 2014

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DOTD to Shut Down I-49 and Other Elevated Structures

The Department of Transportation and Development District 08 Office in Alexandria advises that due to the forecasted winter weather conditions Read More →

Vitter speaks at VFW Convention Over the Weekend

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A newly announced candidate for governor visits here over the weekend.  US Senator David Vitter, who last week announced he’s Read More →

Rapides Parish to Participate in ACT Work Ready Communities Initiative

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The Central Louisiana Chamber of Commerce today announced Rapides Parish is accepted into the ACT Work Ready Communities Initiative. This Read More →

Ridgecrest May Be Mishandling Sales Tax Income

The Town of Ridgecrest in Concordia Parish receives a critical audit.  Auditors say the town may be mishandling its sales Read More →

Fort Polk Makes Plans for Future

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Fort Polk is looking into the future – far into the future.  The first of what are called Vision Workshops Read More →

Business/City Service Closures

Alexandria is not under any curfew due to the weather conditions. The Alexandria Police Department does urge those who can Read More →

RPSB Special Meeting Postponed

Please be advised that the Special Board Meeting for January 29, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. has been postponed and will Read More →

RRMC Cardiac Rehab program closed Wednesday

Due to forecasted wintry weather, Rapides Regional Medical Center’s Cardiac Rehab program will be closed on Wednesday, Jan. 29. The Read More →

Affordable Health Care Act Presentation at Main Library

Alexandria, Louisiana—Are you prepared for Health Care Reform? Do you still have unanswered questions? The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Read More →

Help Choose a “Fresh Central” Logo

The Central Louisiana Economic Development Alliance (CLEDA) is developing a brand that collectively promotes the local produce grown in Central Read More →