LaSalle legislative races, LaSalle legislative races, LaSalle legislative races, LaSalle legislative races
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Last Saturday, LaSalle Parish voters participated in races for three legislative seats, which represent all or parts of the parish. District 32 will have a new State Senator next spring as Glen D. Womack of Harrisonburg, received just over 50% of the vote district wide, to be elected. He will... + continue reading
Runoff needed for Sheriff, Runoff needed for Sheriff
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A runoff will be needed to decide who will serve LaSalle Parish as Sheriff for the next four years. When all the votes had been counted last Saturday night, Sheriff Scott Franklin had 2,331 votes, or 41% of those cast in the race. Charles “Chopper” Turnage came in second with 1,... + continue reading
Giants lose heartbreaker at Caldwell, Giants lose heartbreaker at Caldwell, Giants lose heartbreaker at Caldwell
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The Jena Giants started district play this past week as they traveled to take on the Caldwell Spartans. These two teams have given fans some exciting games to watch the last two seasons with the Giants winning both matchups and going on to win the district championship. This season the Giants... + continue reading
Prominent LaSalle businessman dies
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A former LaSalle Parish businessman, public servant and minister was called home to his reward last Friday, October 4, 2019, following a brief illness. Dale R. Windham, 87, of Belah, passed from this life on Friday, October 4, at the LaSalle General Hospital in Jena. He was born September 20... + continue reading
Election this Saturday
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Voters will go to the polls this Saturday to decide who will serve them in a variety of offices for the next four years. Clerk of Court Steve Andrews notes that polls open at 7 a.m. and will close at 8 p.m., and an ID is required when voting. Registrar of Voters Angie Sandifer reports that early... + continue reading

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Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Most of us work for a small business, know someone that does or have relatives that are employed by one. The government defines a small business as 100 employees or less. If you own a store with no parking or you’re not open but three days a week this could be bad for business. If your... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Several members of the Town and Country Garden Club met at Nolley Memorial Methodist Church on Tuesday, October 8, 2019, and drove to Forts Randolph and Buhlow State Historic Site in Pineville. Those making the trip were Cynthia Bradford, Nelda Tarver, Judy Baker, Lisa McCann, Donna Justiss,... + continue reading

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PowWow in the Pines…
Wednesday, October 9, 2019
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Trelon Jones becomes Jena ll-time leading rusher in 34-0 win over LaSalle, Trelon Jones becomes Jena ll-time leading rusher in 34-0 win over LaSalle, Trelon Jones becomes Jena ll-time leading rusher in 34-0 win over LaSalle, Trelon Jones becomes Jena ll-time leading rusher in 34-0 win over LaSalle, Trelon Jones becomes Jena ll-time leading rusher in 34-0 win over LaSalle, Trelon Jones becomes Jena ll-time leading rusher in 34-0 win over LaSalle, Trelon Jones becomes Jena ll-time leading rusher in 34-0 win over LaSalle, Trelon Jones becomes Jena ll-time leading rusher in 34-0 win over LaSalle
Wednesday, October 9, 2019
The Jena Giants and LaSalle Tigers renewed the LaSalle parish rivalry football game this past Friday night. The two teams have played many times over the years in jamborees but this would be the first regular season contest between the two since the 2000 season. Both teams have represented... + continue reading
LaSalle Tigers fall to Jena 34-0; now sets sights on district play, LaSalle Tigers fall to Jena 34-0; now sets sights on district play, LaSalle Tigers fall to Jena 34-0; now sets sights on district play, LaSalle Tigers fall to Jena 34-0; now sets sights on district play, LaSalle Tigers fall to Jena 34-0; now sets sights on district play, LaSalle Tigers fall to Jena 34-0; now sets sights on district play, LaSalle Tigers fall to Jena 34-0; now sets sights on district play
Wednesday, October 9, 2019
The LaSalle Tigers for the second week in a row would have a very tough night finding the end zone. The Tigers fell to the Jena Giants 34-0 in the last non-district game on the schedule. The Giants used a massive offensive line to push an opening for Trelon Jones, who would score all five times... + continue reading

Obituaries

Donna Marie Boyett
Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Donna Marie Boyett, 55, of Olla, passed from this life on Monday, October 7, 2019, after a brief

Delmar ‘Buddy’ Evans
Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Delmar Dewaine “Buddy” Evans, 66, of Manifest, passed from this life on Friday, October 11, 2019

Rose Marie Hemphill
Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Rose Marie Hemphill, 83, of Olla, was received into heaven on Sunday, September 29, 2019 at Tulan

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Michael Harris Roberts, 68, of Benton, and a native of LaSalle Parish, passed away on Sunday, Oct

James E. Thacker
Wednesday, October 16, 2019

James Edward Thacker, 37, of Summerville, passed from this life on Saturday, September 28, 2019 f

Sports

Giants lose heartbreaker at Caldwell, Giants lose heartbreaker at Caldwell, Giants lose heartbreaker at Caldwell
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
The Jena Giants started district play this past week as they traveled to take on the Caldwell Spartans. These two teams have given fans some exciting games to watch the last two seasons with the... + continue reading
JHS Alumni raffling Saints- Falcons tickets, JHS Alumni raffling Saints- Falcons tickets, JHS Alumni raffling Saints- Falcons tickets, JHS Alumni raffling Saints- Falcons tickets
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Jim Brown pens, releases 5th book
Wednesday, October 16, 2019

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Bad for business
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Most of us work for a small business, know someone that does or have relatives that are employed by one. The government defines a small business as 100 employees or less. If you own a store with no... + continue reading

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Making America a kinder, gentler nation
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
From the 1970’s until early 1990’s, my favorite newspaper column appearing in an area newspaper was written by Lewis Grizzard, a thrice-weekly syndicated humor columnist who made... + continue reading
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
We should take the time to vote
Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Wednesday, October 9, 2019