Lifestyle

Tue
21
Apr

McCary-Washington vows set

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy G. McCary of Natchez, MS announce the engagement of their daughter, Abagail May McCary to Phillip Davis Washington son of Dr. and Mrs. Layne Washington of Ferriday, LA.
 
Tue
21
Apr

Kinnison-Evans vows planned

Kelsey Kinnison of Columbia and Trevor Evans of Jena are pleased to announce their engagement and approaching marriage. The bride-elect is the daughter of Kim Kinnison of Columbia and the late Mark Kinnison of Kelly.
 
Mon
13
Apr

Wilkinson-LeGrande vows set

Matt and Tracie Wilkinson of Jena are pleased to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jesse Lee Wilkinson, to Cole Allen LeGrande. Cole is the son of Anita and Donald Stuckey. 
 
Tue
07
Apr

Bradford-Whatley vows set

Allison LeAnn Bradford of Belah and Ethan Charles Whatley of Belah are pleased to announce their engagement and approaching marriage. The bride-elect is the daughter of Lee and Kim Bradford of Belah, and the granddaughter of the late Lonnie Lee Bradford, Jr., and Helen Bradford Viola of Belah, and Jim Bignar of Belah, and Karen Poole of Olla. Allison is a graduate of Jena High School and is employed at Catahoula - LaSalle Bank in Jonesville.

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Tue
07
Apr

Miller-Hailey vows exchanged

Candace Miller and Andrew Hailey exchanged wedding vows during a ceremony on Saturday, March 28, 2015, at Tyrone Plantation in Alexandria, with the Honorable Rae Swent officiating. The bride is the daughter of Bill and Gayle Miller of Jena. She is a graduate of Jena High School and is employed at Rapides Regional Medical Center in Alexandria. The groom is the son of Diane and John Francis of Pineville and Steve and Vernell Haley of Marksville. He is a graduate of Marksville High School and is employed by Walker Automotive.

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Mon
30
Mar

4-H camp teaches about food, fitness

Eating right and regular exercise are critical to a healthy lifestyle. But a third component — family involvement — is just as important, children and parents learned at Louisiana 4-H’s Food and Fitness Camp held at Camp Grant Walker near Pollock on March 21 and 22. Thirty-five families attended the camp, where joint and separate sessions were held for children and their parents, said Lanette Hebert, 4-H coordinator for the LSU AgCenter Southwest Region.
 
Mon
30
Mar

Abraham applauds changes to Veterans Choice Program

Congressman Ralph Abraham, M.D., R-Alto, applauded the decision by the Department of Veterans Affairs to amend the 40-mile rule in the Veterans Choice Program, but he says more work needs to be done to ensure America’s heroes have better access to the care they need. The Veterans Choice Program was announced in 2014 to increase veterans’ access to healthcare by allowing them to visit certain community health care facilities if they live more than 40 miles from a VA facility.
 
Tue
24
Mar

Miller-Haley wedding slated

Candace Miller of Jena and Andrew Hailey of Marksville are pleased to announce their engagement and approaching marriage. The bride-elect is the daughter of Bill and Gayle Miller of Jena. Candace is a graduate of
Jena High School and Northwestern State University, and is currently employed at Rapides Regional Medical Center in Alexandria.

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Tue
17
Mar

Chapman-Meyers vows planned

Sallie Elizabeth Chapman of Trout and Thomas Matthew Meyers of Jena are pleased to announce their engagement and approaching marriage. The bride-elect is the daughter of Rev. Larry and Merica Joy Chapman of Trout, and the granddaughter of Thomas Chapman and wife Marolyn of Belah, the late Ruby Franklin Chapman, and the late Frank Joy and Mae Coon Joy of the Blade Community. Sallie attended high school at the Christian Liberty Academy.

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Tue
17
Mar

Olla Pinewood Garden Club in March meeting

Members of the Olla Pinewood Garden Club met Thursday, March 12, 2015, at the Centennial Cultural Center in Olla for their monthly meeting. Prior to the start of the meeting, members were served refreshments prepared by hostesses Geralie Woodruff and Fern McKeithen. President McKeithen updated the club on the details of the upcoming clean-up day for Olla to be held Saturday, March 14, urging members to be a part of this effort for the “Cleanest City Contest”. Judging will be held Wednesday, March 18th. The meeting was then opened with the Collect followed by the pledge of allegiance. Minutes of the February meeting were read and accepted as reported, as was the treasurer’s report given by Joan Rachal.

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