Category Archives: Local Headlines

City Preps for WinterFete

The final preparations are being made downtown for the cities first ever WinterFete festival.  ABC 31 News Reporter Bennett Roland Read More →

Career Expo Educates 8th Graders on Various Careers

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The Orchard Foundation coordinated the Students Exploring Career Opportunities event. It’s an interactive career expo for Central Louisiana eighth graders. Read More →

LSUA Celebrates New Coffee Shop on Campus

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LSUA along with the Central Louisiana Chamber of Commerce welcomed the school’s new coffee shop this morning. The coffee shop, Read More →

Teen girl has strong message for people who injured her in a car chase

A Leesville teen is recovering from a serious auto accident that happened near Pensacola, Florida.  She has a powerful message Read More →

Infragard Meeting Discusses Issues with Power Grid

At the CLECO Corporation, CenLA held its Infragard meeting.  Attendees were CenLA first responders, emergency managers and facility security officers. Read More →

LSUA, LC Teams Compete in Blood Drive

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LSUA and the Louisiana College baseball and softball teams are in a friendly competition to donate blood at the Alexandria Read More →

Candlelight Service Held in Honor of World AIDS Day

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To commemorate World AIDS Day, CLASS invited the public to attend a memorial service last night at its office on Read More →

STREET CLOSURES FOR 89TH ANNUAL NATCHITOCHES CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL

NATCHITOCHES – The Natchitoches Christmas Festival Committee and City of Natchitoches would like to remind festival goers of the following Read More →

Man Arrested for Selling Alcohol, Tobacco Without Permit

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State authorities arrest an Alexandria man for 83 counts of selling alcohol and tobacco without permits. He’s Mohamad Zeidan whose Read More →

Brody Caster to Perform in Natchitoches

Natchitoches, LA- Nashville recording artist Brody Caster will be performing live on the downtown riverbank stage from 11 a.m. to Read More →