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Eight-year-old Landon Jones sets up an experiment featuring wood and magnets during the Centennial Cultural Center’s Science Experimentation Camp in downtown Olla last week. Students spent the whole week learning and performing various scientific experiments as well as learning... + continue reading
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Retail sales in LaSalle Parish for the past fiscal year broke all records with parish wide retail sales increasing by more than 31-percent, according to figures released by the Concordia Sales Tax Collection Agency, which collect sales taxes for several bodies in the parish. Total retail sales... + continue reading
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LaSalle Parish Communications District 9-1-1 Assistant Administrator Logan Whatley and 9-1-1 Administrator Ann Breland assign a new address using a map, collected information and an engineer’s scale at the district’s office located in Room 15 inside the LaSalle Parish... + continue reading
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LaSalle Parish’s 911 emergency service, one of the most well known local services, is offered by one of the parish’s lesser-known entities – the LaSalle Parish Communications District. The district was created in July 1996 when the LaSalle Parish Police Jury approved its... + continue reading
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Five more administrators were extended new contracts and assigned to various duties during a brief July meeting of the LaSalle Parish School Board held on Monday night of last week. Performance standards and two-year contracts were awarded to the following: • Rhonda Russell as Principal... + continue reading

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Wednesday, July 17, 2019
This week is the time each year when officials and citizens pause to give thanks for all the businesses and industries we have in LaSalle Parish. Every business and industry, small or large, is important to the economical well being of the parish. The staff at the Times-Signal has been quite... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
You gotta hand it to them – it’s an innovative strategy to run for President by taking the position that your country is garbage and that its are people deplorable monsters. It’ll be interesting to see how the Democrats fare on their “America sucks!” platform. The last... + continue reading

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Employees of the LaSalle Parish School System will receive an extra supplement in early July following action by LaSalle School Board members during a special meeting on Monday night of last week, as recommended by the board’s finance committee. The board voted to approve payment of a one-... + continue reading
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Obituaries

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

John Murphy Wyles, 50, of Winnsboro, passed from this life on Tuesday, July 9, 2019, at his home

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Charles Ray Slay, Jr., 51, of Rhinehart, passed from this life Tuesday night, July 2, 2019, in Ra

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Susan Armstrong Templeton, 57, of Urania, passed from this life on Wednesday, July 10, 2019, at t

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Carl Albert Edwards, 66, of Rhinehart, passed from this life on Friday, July 5, 2019, at his resi

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Mary LaVerne Gough Adams, 91, of Sikes, passed from this life on Tuesday, July 2, 2019, at the Wi

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Wednesday, July 17, 2019
The annual LaSalle Back-2-School Drive is underway and welcoming help to donate approved school supplies to participating churches, businesses, or the LaSalle Parish Mission Center (Mission House),... + continue reading
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Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Americans don’t get out much anymore. We’re indoors for 90 percent of each day, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. For a big chunk of that time, many of us are behind a... + continue reading
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Wednesday, July 17, 2019
This week is the time each year when officials and citizens pause to give thanks for all the businesses and industries we have in LaSalle Parish. Every business and industry, small or large, is... + continue reading
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