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Wed
11
Nov

Granddaughter of local man receives doctorate degree

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Scottie and Lisa Martin are proud to announce the graduation of their daughter Dani Martin Walker from Texas A&M-Commerce University with a Doctorate in Higher Education.

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Wed
11
Nov

Clyde Allbritton named as ‘Funeral Director for 2020’

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Clyde Allbritton, manager of Kinner and Stevens Funeral Home of Jena has been named as “Funeral Director of 2020”.

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Wed
04
Nov

Fall Street Fair on Third Street Plaza

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Wed
28
Oct

Ending a very successful career

Ending a very successful career
Ending a very successful career
Ending a very successful career
Ending a very successful career

After 26 years of dedicated and successful service as Business Manager for the LaSalle Parish School System, Debbie Finlay, CPA, is retiring at the end of October 2020.

During those 26 years, Finlay led a business department at the central office of the School Board and received numerous honors and awards during that time frame.

For 21 consecutive years, the LPSB received the coveted Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) and Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) awards recognizing “excellence in financial reporting” by the business department of the school board.

 

 

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Wed
28
Oct

Late skilled woodworker, artisan honored

Late skilled woodworker, artisan honored
Late skilled woodworker, artisan honored

Jena resident Donna Miller was pleasantly surprised to see her late husband’s photo published recently in his favorite catalog, Toys & Joys.

The late Raymond Miller was a skilled woodworker and artisan, who had a passion for crafting wooden toys, sometimes for specific people and others to sell at events and through his Facebook page, Treasures by Raymond Miller. He passed away in late August.

“He submitted the photo several months ago, maybe it was even the first of the year. They only put out the catalog once or twice a year,” Donna Miller said of the published photo of her husband holding a model Louisiana State Trooper suburban. “He actually ordered a plan for a suburban and had to adjust the plans to look like the state trooper vehicle. He would watch for them when he passed one on the road or would pull up beside one to get the features correct. We also had pictures of Mrs. Linda Vacula’s unit, which is who he made it for.”

 

 

Wed
07
Oct

LGH employee reception held Thursday

LGH employee reception held Thursday
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LaSalle General Hospital held a 50th Anniversary Employee Recognition Reception last Thursday, October 1, where cake and punch was served along with recognizing retiring and longtime employees. This year, the hospital is celebrating 50 years of service to the parish.

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Wed
07
Oct

CLTCC offer “Reboot Your Career” program

In an effort to support workers who may be unemployed or underemployed due to COVID-19 cutbacks, the Louisiana Community and Technical College System, of which Central Louisiana Technical Community College (CLTCC) is a part, has created the ‘Reboot Your Career’ program to re-train workers to be able to pursue jobs in high-wage career pathways.

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Wed
30
Sep

Census is important

LaSalle Parish residents are being encourage to respond to their 2020 Census request, either by filling our the questionnaire and mailing it back, or going online and completing the form.

“We cannot over express how important the numbers revealed by the Census are to funding for agencies in the parish,” stated June Fowler, president of the LaSalle Parish Police Jury.

The U.S. Census Bureau mailed questionnaires in March to area residents. Those who did not receive the questionnaire should call 1-844-330-2020, or 1-678-938-1375.

 

 

 

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Wed
30
Sep

2020 PRAYER WATCH WASHINGTON D.c. 9/26/2020

2020 PRAYER WATCH WASHINGTON D.c. 9/26/2020
2020 PRAYER WATCH WASHINGTON D.c. 9/26/2020

The annual See You At The Pole event was held at several parish schools last Wednesday, September 23. The day is designated as a student-led prayer event praying for schools, students, teachers, and other issues/events related to the new school year.

 

 

 

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Wed
23
Sep

BABY GIRL

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Lucas Windham would like to announce the birth of his baby sister, Anna Kate Windham.

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