Monday, July 25, 2016
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Congressman Ralph Abraham, M.D., R-Alto, officially qualified for re-election at the Secretary of State’s Office in Baton Rouge on Wednesday. A family physician, veterinarian, business owner, veteran and farmer, Dr. Abraham is seeking his second term representing Louisiana’s 5th... + continue reading
Monday, July 25, 2016
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Six-year-old Marteze Turner of Jena studies a book’s cover while picking out his books to check out from the LaSalle Parish Library’s bookmobile last week. The bookmobile holds dozens of books and travels around the parish to the homes of library card holders who sign up for the free... + continue reading
Monday, July 25, 2016
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James Sanders won first in the region and state and fifth place in the nation in the “Patriot’s Pen” essay contest sponsored annually by the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States and Auxiliary for year 2015-16. When he entered the contest in May, James was a sixth grade... + continue reading
Monday, July 25, 2016
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The Jena Dixie Boys, 13-14-year-old All Star team represented Jena very well during the past few weeks. They claimed the District 4 Championship after going undefeated in the district tournament in Pineville, July 5-8, which qualified them for the state tournament, which was played in Bossier City... + continue reading
Monday, July 25, 2016
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The Northwest LaSalle Debs had a great season and went on to compete in the state tournament during the weekend of July 16th. The girls played hard and came home with 4th place in the state. Team members are shown: front row, left to right: Lauren Harlan, Kelsey Bratton, Britney Borden, Carmen... + continue reading

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Monday, 07/25/16
The LaSalle Council on Aging again thanks individuals and businesses for their continued much needed support in the delivery of services to the senior residents in LaSalle Parish. These contributions help maintain Home Delivered Meals Program, Chore Program, and other services provided by COA to... + continue reading
Monday, 07/25/16
Two dozen candidates for United States Senator from Louisiana had signed on the dotted line when qualifying closed last Friday. The winner will replace Sen. David Vitter, who chose not to seek re-election. Voters will choose a variety of office holders at the primary election on Tuesday, Nov. 8,... + continue reading

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Heidi Crawford is amazed at the swirling food coloring after she placed her finger coated with dish soap into the milk while Kenlee Carraway dips her finger into the dish soap as part of an activity for the CCC’s Science Camp last week in downtown Olla.  ... + continue reading
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Members of the Jena Junior High School Archery Team, along with their coaches, wishes to thank everyone that came out and ran or volunteered for the Archery Glo Race held on July 9th. Winners for of each division are shown, from left to right: Men’s, 3rd place - Denny Pittman; 2nd... + continue reading
Tuesday, 07/19/16 - 0 comment(s)
Jena Darlings All-Stars claimed the Louisiana Runners-Up title at the state tournament in Alexandria recently. The team won a total of nine games in the six-day tournament. The Jena All-Stars won its bracket, losing only one game, which placed them in the finals against Alexandria. In the... + continue reading
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The Jena Dixie Boys, 13-14-year-old All Star team represented Jena very well during the past few weeks. They claimed the District 4 Championship after going undefeated in the district tournament in... + continue reading

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By Thomas Sowell Even in this age of runaway emotions, there are still some people who want to know the facts. Nowhere are facts more important, or more lacking, than in what has been aptly called... + continue reading

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In an effort to fulfill its goal of helping to save soil and water resources, the LaSalle Soil and Water Conservation District has provided financial aid to area garden clubs and 4-H groups to... + continue reading