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Tue
09
Oct

Bell-Williams vows said

Mallori Janine Bell and Cody Williams exchanged wedding vows during a ceremony at First Baptist Church in Jena on Saturday, September 1, 2018, with Rev. Terry Townsend officiating.

The bride is the daughter of Irvin and Lori Bell, and the groom is the son of Mike and Cheryl Williams, all of Jena.

Mallori is the granddaughter of Kenneth and Margie Cruse, and Doris Bell, all of Jena, and the late O. G. Bell. She graduated from Jena High School in 2016 and from CLTCC – Winnfield Campus in 2018, where she served as President of the Student Government Association. She is presently employed as a nurse at LaSalle General Hospital of Jena.

 

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Tue
09
Oct

Smith-Winborne vows

The bridal bouquet was thrown, the garter was tossed too. By all present our love was known, now we’ll spread our joy to you. Because you’ve shared in their lives by your friendship and love, we are very proud to share the happy news.

Announcing the marriage of Emilee Beth Smith and Dustin Wayne Winborne on September 22nd of 2018 at five o’clock at First Baptist Church Jonesville, Louisiana. The ceremony was officiated by Brother Craig James. Music for the ceremony was provided by Renae Kelly, Cari Ann Nicholson, and Paul Piro.

 

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Tue
02
Oct

Taylor-Brasseal vows spoken

Emily Taylor and Cody Brasseal exchanged wedding vows on Saturday, April 28, 2018, at the home of Emily’s parents, Daryl and Leigh Ann Taylor in Monroe, both formerly of Jena.

Maternal grandparents are Pat Chambers of Monroe and the late Webb Chambers and John and Cindy Kendrick of Trout and the late David Taylor.

 

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Tue
02
Oct

60th Anniversary

Harlon and Jo Nobles recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. They were married August 24, 1958 in Bastrop. The couple was honored at a reception hosted by their children on Sept. 1, 2018, at the Family Life Center at the Belah United Pentecostal Church. Harlon and Jo have three children – Karen Wilkinson and Lisa Brown, both of Jena, and John Nobles of Pineville. They also have ten grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Along with family there was a host of friends to help celebrate this special day.

 

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Tue
25
Sep

Nebo student to represent LA at national scholarship pageant

Nebo Elementary sixth grader Hannah Zeagler will represent the state of Louisiana in November at the sixth annual America’s Majestic Miss National Scholarship Pageant in Marietta, Georgia. She is the 11-year-old daughter of Deedra and Terry Zeagler.

Zeagler is currently the America’s Majestic Miss Pelican Preteen, which is her sixth state title to hold. This is her second time to compete at the national pageant. Last year, she placed third in the Preteen division after qualifying as America’s Majestic Miss Louisiana Preteen 2017.

She has over 900 community service hours with her work for the Ronald Mc- Donald House, Autism Awareness, the APPLES program, Alzheimer’s Walk and more.

 

 

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Tue
25
Sep

JHS hosts LaSalle Parish College Fair

Jena High School hosted the La-Salle Parish College Fair last Wednesday in the school’s gymnasium with many state and regional colleges and universities in attendance doing their best to persuade students from La-Salle High and Jena High to attend their schools.

 

 

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Tue
18
Sep

Cucumber family provides many favorite vegetables

By Dan Gill

The cucumber family, properly known as the Cucurbitaceae, provides a wide variety of vegetables popular for the spring, summer and fall home vegetable garden. Members of the cucumber family, known as cucurbits, can be planted now. They include summer squash, zucchini, winter squash, mirliton, pumpkin, gourd, cucuzzi, watermelon, cantaloupe, cushaw, luffa and, of course, cucumber.

All of these vegetables produce vines that run along the ground or climb. Summer squash and zucchini vines are rather short and thick, and so are more bush-like than other commonly grown members of the family. Some dwarf or “bush” types of cucumbers and other cucurbits also may be available.

 

 

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Tue
18
Sep

Smith-Winborne vows set

Eric and Tonya Smith of Jonesville are proud to announce the marriage of their daughter, Emilee Beth, to Dustin Wayne Winborne, son of Dexter “Kim” and Christy Winborne of Jonesville.

The couple will exchange vows on Saturday, September 22 at 5 o’clock in the evening at First Baptist Church of Jonesville with Rev. Craig James officiating.

A reception will honor the couple that evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Nicholson in Manifest.

 

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Tue
11
Sep

Honeycutt Drug Store under new ownership

Dr. Richard Djapni is pleased to announce that he has purchased Honeycutt Drug Store in downtown Jena from Phil and Ellen Henry and will continue to operate the pharmacy in the same manner customers have experienced in the past.

Phil and Ellen Henry purchased the drug store in January 1988 from V. J. and Lena French, and operated the business for just over 30 years before deciding to retire.

Dr. Djapni, PharmD, RPH, said he would continue to operate the drug store with the same friendly staff, same hours from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday thorugh Friday, offering the same professional service customers have become accustomed to at the firm.

 

 

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Tue
11
Sep

Annual La. Food Fellows Program seek applicants

Applications are being accepted through Friday, Sept. 21, for the annual Louisiana Food Fellows program, a unique opportunity that trains people to become leaders in the local food movement.

Participants will attend four evening workshops beginning Oct. 4 that will give them the resources, skills, and inspiration they need to become change agents in Louisiana’s local food system. National experts from across the country will lead workshops on a variety of topics, including an overview of the food system, grassroots organizing, food policy, and determining your role in reshaping your community’s food system.

 

 

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