Midnight tonight is the deadline to save Fort Polk with letters of support.
Fort Polk Progress has been lobbying for the past few weeks for the continued troop strength at the U.S. Army base.
Michael Reese spoke today to the North Rapides Business and Industry Alliance, which meets monthly on the Louisiana College campus in Pineville.
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Local Republicans raise money this weekend for their cause and their candidates by paying to hear from the son of the late President Ronald Reagan. Michael Reagan is a former radio talk-show host.
Reagan dinners are held throughout the country for conservative causes. Reagan now lives in California.
KLAX ABC 31 News 8/25/14
Did you know Louisiana had its own Woodstock? It’s the subject of a one-time screening of a documentary, McCrea 1971: Louisiana’s Forgotten Rock Festival.
It will be shown September 4th here at the Fox Theatre in Marksville. The festival was named for McCrea, a small community south of Avoyelles Parish.
We talked to some of those who [...]
The slates are set for the November 4th primary elections in Louisiana.
Some are re-elected without opposition, some have challengers, and others are more crowded than ever.
The former speaker of the House of Representatives is running for Alexandria and Ward Marshal. Charlie Dewitt is among five, including the incumbent, seeking the post, which reportedly pays more [...]
A coalition of volunteers, many from area churches, is providing services to the homeless, the needy and the under-served. Volunteers of America is helping with this project which will be conducted next Thursday from 10 until noon in the parking lot of Emmanuel Baptist Church.
Call VOA at (318) 442-8026 or visit their website for more [...]
Your pet may be able to rescue someone from despair and depression. Pets and People is an organization using pets in various institutions as therapy.
The group had an orientation meeting last night, but you can reach them via email or visit their website for more information.
KLAX ABC 31 News 8/22/14
The Komen Race for the Cure is less than two months away, and volunteers are working hard. The Cenla Race for the Cure Committee meets to recruit and inform new volunteers about the race. It’s October 11th in Downtown Alexandria.
These volunteers say Louisiana is at the top of the list for mortality from breast cancer. [...]
It’s the perfect weather for another ice bucket challenge.
This one at LSUA. University officials gather on the quad to do their bit for the ALS Foundation. It’s dedicated to fighting Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Chancellor Dan Howard, coaches and others are glad to do their part for the cause.
And nationally, leaders say it has raised more than [...]
Robert Harper, LSUA’s Director of Theatre and Empty Space Players, has announced ESP’s 2014-2015 season. This season will include two award-winning plays, a production of Doubt, A Parable, by John Patrick Shanley, and God of Carnage, by Jasmina Reza. Also included in the season will be two annual Open Mic Nights, one for Halloween and [...]
If you’d like to know more about a virtual school, there’s an open house Monday to tell you more. It’s for those interested in the Aiken Virtual Program.
The open house is from five to seven at 2121 Mason. You can call the school for more information.
KLAX ABC 31 News 8/21/14