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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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Wed
23
Sep

Drax Biomass aid families affected by Hurricane Laura

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Drax Biomass is donating $20,000 to help families in Northeastern and Central Louisiana who were impacted by Hurricane Laura last month. Drax Biomass operates a pellet plant at Urania in LaSalle Parish.

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Wed
09
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.

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Wed
26
Aug

Charlie Jackson Adams

Charlie Jackson Adams

Cody and Brooke (Mock) Adams are pleased to announce the birth of their baby boy, Charlie Jackson Adams.

Charlie was born on April 26, 2020 at Christus St. Frances Cabrini hospital, weighing 6 lbs. 8 ozs. and measuring 20” in length.

 

 

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Wed
26
Aug

Trump pardoned America’s most important women

President Trump announced Tuesday morning of last week he would posthumously pardon women’s suffrage leader Susan B. Anthony. Anthony was arrested and charged for voting in the 1872 presidential election. She was found guilty by an all-male jury. The pardon came as the United States marks the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote and the ratification of the 19th Amendment, on August 18th.

“This was brought up a week ago, and I was so surprised that it was never done before. Later today, I will be signing a full and complete pardon for Susan B. Anthony. She was never pardoned,” President Trump said from the White House last Tuesday. “She got a pardon for a lot of other women and didn’t put her name on the list. She was never pardoned for voting. That’s right; she was guilty for voting. We’re going to be signing a full and complete pardon, and I think that’s really fantastic.”

Wed
26
Aug

LSU AgCenter launches virtual nutrition lessons

The LSU AgCenter is using technology to transform the way they offer nutrition classes in the wake of the pandemic.

In the past, nutrition agents and educators offered lessons in a face-to-face setting. With the virus still persisting, the LSU AgCenter adapted nutrition lessons to virtual format.

“The benefit of offering online nutrition education classes is that we can still connect with our audiences and provide them with research-based nutrition information while remaining safe during the pandemic,” said Sandra May, LSU AgCenter School of Nutrition and Food Sciences instructor and registered dietitian. “It also allows us the opportunity to explore alternative ways to reach our audiences who may not be able to attend face-to-face classes in the future.”

 

 

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Wed
19
Aug

Subscription campaign for The Jena Times

For the first time in several years, The Jena Times has launched a subscription campaign offering citizens of the parish a great deal on receiving a copy of the newspaper in their mailboxes every Wednesday morning, Editor-Publisher Sammy J. Franklin announced.

If a reader purchased The Jena Times on the newsstand each week for $1 each, that amounts to $52 for the year. For a limited time, the Times is offering the paper by mail for half that price - $26 per year. (See full page advertisement in this issue for more details.)

For centuries, local newspapers have served as the voice for the public good and as a powerful connection between citizens and the communities around them.

In this digital age, the newspaper audience has never been greater, with many reading in print, online or via mobile. No matter the medium, readers rely on their local newspaper to keep them informed of local events.

 

Wed
19
Aug

LaSalle ICE Processing Center Honor Roll

LaSalle ICE Processing Center Honor Roll

Every month the LaSalle ICE Processing Center in Jena honors employees by selecting outstanding employee, correctional officer and GTI employee of the month. Every quarter, LIPC recognizes a supervisor that has been voted as being the most popular supervisor for that quarter.

The selection is made by supervisors or department submitting a nomination, based on attendance, attitude, job performance, knowledge of job duties, willingness to accept or seek additional duties, and professionalism.

Wed
12
Aug

CCC’s Art Contest Winners

CCC’s Art Contest Winners
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The winners of the Centennial Cultural Center’s Art Contest for grades – Second, Third and Fourth – were: (left to right) Third grader Valcom Patten (2nd place), Fourth grader Laleigh Aldrich (1st place), Second grader Vivian Lasiter (1st place), Second grader Victoria Lasiter (3rd place) and Third grader Bella Smith (first place). Not shown is Second grader Aiden Scott (2nd place).

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