Category Archives: Community News

LA Job Connection Now Open to Job Seekers

New website pairs job seekers with Louisiana employers through innovative matching system BATON ROUGE, La. — LouisianaJobConnection.com launched its innovative Read More →

Arts Council Prepares to Welcome Air Force Band

The Arts Council of Central Louisiana is gearing up for fall events, but summer will end with a performance by Read More →

Bunkie native serves aboard USS Alaska

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KINGS BAY, Ga. – A 1999 Bunkie High School graduate and Bunkie, La. native is serving in the U.S. Navy Read More →

Mid-Century Architecture Included in NSU Historic District

Officials from Louisiana’s Division of Historic Preservation, administrators and local preservationists witnessed the presentation of an official listings certificate that designates portions of Northwestern State University included in the expanded Northwestern State University Historic District. From left are Kirk Cordell, executive director of the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training;  NSU President Dr. Randall J. Webb, Sharon Gahagan, chairman of the Historic District Commission, Dr. Patrick Widhalm, executive director of the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts, and project coordinator Tom Whitehead.

NATCHITOCHES – Mid-century architecture on Northwestern State University’s campus is now included in a new Northwestern State University Historic District. Read More →

Economic Dev. Authority Hands Out Grants

The Economic Development Authority fueled by hotel taxes is handing out more than seven thousand dollars in hospitality grants. One Read More →

Community Officials Urge Citizens to Sign Fort Polk Petition

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It’s letter-signing day in Central Louisiana to support Fort Polk. Community officials are urging everyone to sign letters of support Read More →

LSUA Receives Almost $3 Million Donation

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There’s some good news as the school year is about to begin for LSUA. The school is the recipient of Read More →

Boil Advisory Issued for Parts of Alexandria

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Alexandria, Louisiana—Damage to a 12-inch water pipe Monday has resulted in the need for a boil water advisory for a Read More →

Dual Enrollment Available at LSUA for High School Students

LSUA is offering dual enrollment that may fit in with the plans of some students who want a fast track Read More →

Move-In Day at the Oaks Apartments at LSUA

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It’s move-in day at the Oaks Apartments on the campus of LSU of Alexandria. They started early this morning and Read More →