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Tue
24
Mar

Jindal has bills to end Common Core

Gov. Bobby Jindal announced last week that he would support a package of bills in the upcoming legislative session, slated to begin in April, to remove Common Core from the state’s public education system.

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Tue
24
Mar

Jena High Senior Breanna Morace

Jena High Senior Breanna Morace recently received a ribbon and plaque for her first place and Best in Show wins at the National Beta Convention for her drawing of a young girl.

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Tue
24
Mar

Olla Named Cleanest City Again!

A community clean-up effort in the Town of Olla, led by the Olla Pinewood Garden Club and town officials, prepared the town for judging in the Cleanest City contest last Wednesday. Mayor Rhonda Elliott announced Monday that Olla placed first in District 8, and will now be judged in the statewide contest.

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Tue
17
Mar

Litter on roads

Litter on roads and highways are the result of individual actions, and the LaSalle Parish Sheriff’s Office has announced an immediate crackdown on those who litter in the parish. Sheriff Scott Franklin said he would be placing ‘no litter’ signs on major highways in the parish, pointing out that littering carries a fine up to $1,500. He has also announced stepped-up patrols designed to catch those who litter, and those who practice what has become known as “dumpster diving”, where individuals take garbage from dumpsters, open and go through the contents, and leave it outside the dumpster to be scattered by the wind.

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Tue
17
Mar

The Jena Airport

The Jena Airport, seen here looking north, has undergone many improvements since being taken over by the LaSalle Economic Development District several years ago. With the addition of an Airport Manager – Patrick Newcomb – many other improvements are on the drawing board, with some slated for completion this year.

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Tue
17
Mar

“In God We Trust” sign to be displayed in Jury meeting room

Members of the LaSalle Parish Police Jury voted unanimously during their March meeting held on Monday night of last week to display a sign in the jury’s meeting room with these words, “In God We Trust”. The resolution passed by the Jury stated, “In God We Trust pursuant to congressional mandate became the United States national motto on July 30, 1956, shortly after our nation led the world through the trauma of World War II.

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Mon
09
Mar

Jena seeks grant to upgrade water lines

The Jena Town Council voted at its regular March meeting held Tuesday night of last week to apply for a $35,000 grant to upgrade two water lines on its system.

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Mon
09
Mar

The new German Pellets Plant in Urania is nearing completion

The new German Pellets Plant in Urania is nearing completion after several setbacks in past months due to weather conditions. The plant is located on the site of the former Georgia-Pacific plywood/particleboard plant, which halted production in 2002, leaving a large economic gap in the area.

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Mon
09
Mar

Shelby Loe Sr. of Tullos

Shelby Loe Sr. of Tullos (third from right) provides a tour of the recently restored old Georgia Pacific building in Urania to those in attendance of the Town of Urania Council – (left to right) Police Juror Jerry Harris, Council members Jay Ivy, Pat McDougald and Dawn Book, Mayor Terri Corley and Town Attorney Lloyd Hennigan.

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Mon
02
Mar

Principals to be given authority to determine success of teachers

Under recommendations presented Wednesday by State Superintendent of Schools John White, principals will have more latitude and flexibility for evaluating teacher success.
 

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