Monday, June 22, 2015
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Tullos town officials received some terrible news from their engineers on the town’s water system during a special meeting held Monday night of last week. Mayor Charles Newsom said he had held a conference call with Pan American Engineers Jacob Guillory and Tom David, II,... + continue reading
Monday, June 22, 2015
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Over eighty men built Standard Baptist Church in Olla a new sanctuary in the course of a week. The men form a crew of Carpenters for Christ based out of Montgomery, Alabama and led by Co-Directors Bill Summers and Steve Fuller and Construction Coordinator Mitch Marshall. The men... + continue reading
Monday, June 22, 2015
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The Louisiana Thunder softball team competed in the Triple Crown Tournament held in Oklahoma City, OK May 30-June 1. Louisiana Thunder is a group of players ages 12-14 from Caldwell, LaSalle, and Grant Parishes. Teams from as far as Washington state and Indiana traveled to Oklahoma City... + continue reading
Monday, June 15, 2015
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For the first time in the history of the award, five student-athletes have been named winners of the 2014-15 American Southwest Conference Community Service Award, the ASC office announced Monday (June 8) after a vote of the league’s athletic directors in Richardson, Texas... + continue reading
Monday, June 15, 2015
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The second annual Very Special Summer Camp for students with special needs, hosted by the Centennial Cultural Center (CCC) in Olla, was held last week at the center and the Dixie Center’s courtyard. The camp - a new summer event for the CCC – hosted students from around the... + continue reading

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Monday, 22/06/15
By Jeremy Alford LaPolitics.com  The business lobby notched a small win on the final day of the legislative session last week when a handful of bills targeting Louisiana companies and the taxes they pay were given a three-year expiration dates. But it only slightly... + continue reading
Monday, 22/06/15
In a modern day barn-raising, Standard Baptist Church in Olla has a brand new sanctuary thanks to community support and the work of over 80 men from five states and twenty churches. The men form a crew of Carpenters for Christ, which is based out of Montgomery, Alabama at Eastern... + continue reading

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A LaSalle woman has been named as the 2015 Volunteer of the Year for the LaSalle Parish School system, with an award being presented by the Associated Professional Educators of Louisiana (A+PEL). Kathy Visoria, who has been involved in LaSalle Parish Schools since 2009, was the... + continue reading
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Olla Elementary first grade student Amaya Hinton decorates a barn picture frame with LaSalle Parish Deputy/D.A.R.E. Officer Jenny Parker, her daughter Sophie and volunteer Anna Smith as part of activities for the second annual Very Special Summer Camp in Olla last week.   To... + continue reading
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High school students Shannon Smith, Charlie Spicer and Hunter Robertson operate their robots in a competition, marking the end of a three-day robotics camp hosted last week at the Central Louisiana Technical Community College-Rod Brady campus (CLTCC) in Jena.   To view more... + continue reading
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Monday, 22/06/15 - 0 comment(s)
The Louisiana Thunder softball team competed in the Triple Crown Tournament held in Oklahoma City, OK May 30-June 1. Louisiana Thunder is a group of players ages 12-14 from Caldwell,... + continue reading

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This writer was swept away with the recent update on a 1993 cinema institution – “Jurassic World.” The film hit theaters nearly two weeks ago with world-record breaking... + continue reading

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Jena’s Boy Scout Troop 14 participates in an obstacle course station at Camp Attakapas last week. Along with Jena’s Boys Scouts, dozens of other scouts and staff from the... + continue reading