Category Archives: Community News

Waterway Officials Search for Ways to Kill Harmful Weeds

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Few weeds bother area conservationists like the giant salvinia. They can literally choke the life out of a waterway. For Read More →

Mentalist of the Year Raises Money for St. Mary’s

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A sold out crowd sees a mentalist whose performance benefits Saint Mary’s Residential Training School. David Magee is the 2013 Read More →

Yapha Physician Services LLC Celebrates Grand Opening

ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA – The Central Louisiana Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon cutting ceremony for the grand opening of Read More →

Reminder: City of Leesville yard waste schedule

LEESVILLE–City residents are reminded that yard waste, including grass cuttings, weeds, small tree limbs and twigs will be collected weekly Read More →

Drawdown Scheduled for Hardwater Lake

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries in conjunction with the Grant Parish Police Jury have scheduled a drawdown for Read More →

After Qualifying, Many Elected Unopposed

When the smoke cleared Friday afternoon at courthouses and the secretary of state’s offices in Baton Rouge, some candidates were Read More →

Fort Polk Letters, Petitions Deadline Tonight

Midnight tonight is the deadline to save Fort Polk with letters of support. Fort Polk Progress has been lobbying for Read More →

Local Republicans Host Son of Ronald Reagan

Local Republicans raise money this weekend for their cause and their candidates by paying to hear from the son of Read More →

Documentary Features Louisiana Woodstock

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Did you know Louisiana had its own Woodstock? It’s the subject of a one-time screening of a documentary, McCrea 1971: Read More →

Qualifying Ends for November Elections

The slates are set for the November 4th primary elections in Louisiana. Some are re-elected without opposition, some have challengers, Read More →