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La Salle Parish Teachers

LaSalle Parish Teachers of the Year for year 2016 have been selected and were introduced at the regular March meeting of the parish school board held Monday night of this week.
 
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Jena Band of Choctaw Tribal Council members Dana Masters

Jena Band of Choctaw Tribal Council members Dana Masters and Libby Rogers, Chief B. Cheryl Smith, Princess Lacy Robbins and Tribal Council members Christy Murphy and Christine Norris recently celebrated the second anniversary of the Jena Choctaw Pines Casino. Smith, the Tribal Council and Tribal Members were recognized for their contributions within the casino and the community during the reception at Cutters Sports Bar.
 
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Feb

Nebo Elementary sixth grader Emma Whatley

Nebo Elementary sixth grader Emma Whatley and seventh grader Dylan Elliott recently won awards for their contest entries at the Junior Beta Club District Rally at Brame Middle School in Alexandria. Whatley won first place for the T-shirt competition, which advances her to state competition in May at the Cajundome in Lafayette. Elliott received fifth place in the banner competition.
 
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Feb

JHS, LHS FBLA members shine at conference

These Jena High School students attended the FBLA District Leadership Conference in Monroe recently - 1st row: Jensen Guillory, Jarrett Gibson, Jerry Henslee, Keri Jones, Rachel Terry, Emily Bordelon, Savannah McGuffee, Katie Netherland, Caitlyn Gallaspy, Allison Boyette, Abbey Bethard, Jacob Peters, Ashton  Clark, Savannah Kirl, Kayla Ainsworth and Jessey Mason; 2nd row: Sam Engles, Kathryn Wilson, Sarah Guinn, Emiy Drewett, Kelsey Bradford, Paige Mulvihill, Natalie Posey, Malori Mokry, Tami-Jo Ray, Katie Williams, Madison Walker, Emilee Howard, Macey Roark, Kailey Bignar, and Bryttanye Erwin
 
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Feb

Police Jury appoints new LaSalle Registrar of Voters

Angie Sandifer was appointed as the next Registrar of Voters for LaSalle Parish by the LaSalle Parish Police Jury during its regular February meeting held Monday night of last week. Before the appointment was made, the Jury voted to accept the resignation of Connie Huett as Registrar of Voters effective April 1, 2015.
 
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Feb

LHS hosts School Board meeting

LaSalle High School hosted the regular February meeting of the LaSalle Parish School Board on Monday  night of last week in Olla. Dr. Sheila King, LHS principal, and her staff did an excellent job in converting the school’s library into a meeting room for the board, and several LHS students participated in the session. Most of the LHS staff was present for the meeting, along with a large  number of students.
 
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Feb

Nebo Elementary third grader Xander Steen

Nebo Elementary third grader Xander Steen and second grader Daycee Graham browse the book selection of the NES Book Fair last week. Steen is in Kristen Webb’s class and Graham’s teacher is Heather Huffman
 
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Feb

La. Senators speak out on proposed offshore oil and gas leasing program

U.S. Senators David Vitter and Bill Cassidy, M.D., have issued the following statements on the Obama administration’s proposed Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Oil and Gas Leasing program for 2017-2022.
 
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EZ Child ID program offer protection

Across LaSalle Parish further safety measures for children are being implemented through the LaSalle Sheriff Office’s  EZ Child ID Program, which has been offered free to families since its implementation  last January
 
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Feb

Over thousand drug arrests made during past 7-plus years

According to records kept in the LaSalle Parish Sheriff’s Office, more than one thousand drug arrests have been made during the  past seven-plus years, or since Scott Franklin was first elected as Sheriff.
 

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