Lifestyle

Mon
26
Feb

JHS FBLA members place at District

Jena High School Future Business Leaders of America attended the FBLA District Leadership Conference at ULM in Monroe, on February 7, 2018. Jena High School was the host school this year with Caitlyn Barker presiding over the conference as District II Vice President.

Five students earned first place and twenty students were superior winners, and these students qualified for the competition at the state conference to be held in Lafayette in March.

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Mon
19
Feb

Cooper Allen Cockerham

Cami Cockerham would like to announce the birth of her baby brother, Cooper. He was born at 5:55 a.m., Thursday, January 25, 2018, at the Rapides Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Alexandria. Cooper Allen Cockerham weighed 7 pounds 3 ounces and measured 20 inches in length. Proud parents are Joey and Courtney Cockerham of Jena. He’s a sweet little treasure sent from up above, wrapped in blue and covered in love.

 

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Tue
13
Feb

‘A Day with the Doctors’

Central Louisiana Area Health Education Center (Central Louisiana AHEC) and LSU Health Shreveport recently presented the “Day with the Doctors” program for high school juniors and seniors living in CLAHEC’s eight parish region around the Alexandria area. Two LaSalle students participated in the program.

This unique program was a one-day interactive experience that provided students who are interested in the medical field or a health career with an opportunity to observe a day’s activities on a medical school campus and to job shadow different medical professionals.

 

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Tue
13
Feb

LaSalle represented at annual Fall Consortium

Several educators and nurses from La- Salle Parish School System were in attendance at the annual Fall Consortium meeting held at Wesley Conference Center in Woodworth recently.

Attending from La- Salle were Jennifer Peters, administrative assistant at Jena High School, Dianne Girlinghouse and Summer Pruett, Jena School-based Health Center practitioner and nurse, and Alicia Duke, from LaSalle High School.

 

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Mon
05
Feb

Parent Expo well attended at Jena High School

Hundreds of parents and students, along with school administrators, faculty and staff members were in attendance for the annual LaSalle Parish School’s Parent Expo, held at Jena High School on Tuesday evening of last week. Parish schools, services, area hospitals and others, provided all type of information for attendees, during the Expo. Free food and drinks were provided, as well as various pamphlets and goodies from each booth, and door prizes were drawn throughout the evening.

 

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Mon
05
Feb

The McCartney Oil Co. group

The McCartney Oil Co. group in attendance for the induction of Joe McCartney as president of the Louisiana Oil Marketers and Convenience Store Association at the group’s annual gala held at the Paragon Casino in Marksville recently were, from left to right: Mavis and Lee Richardel, Summer and Dr. Tony Pruett, Kealie Brown, Joe and Debbie McCartney, DeLana Jo McCartney, Jeannie Ruth McCartney Brouillette, Darrel and D’Juana McCartney, Dariel and Landrey Adams, Tracy and Bo McCartney. (See story)

 

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Mon
29
Jan

Masonic awards presented to four JHS students

Members of Carrietta Masonic Lodge No. 312, F&AM, of Trout, presented Honesty & Integrity awards to two Jena High School juniors and Patriotism awards to two JHS seniors during a ceremony at the lodge hall on Monday night of last week, January 22. All four students maintain a perfect 4.0 grade point average, and are members of the National Honor Society at Jena High School. Lloyd Hennigan, Past Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of the State of Louisiana, presented the awards, assisted by Dr. I. C.

Turnley, Past Grand Master of the Louisiana Lodge, and Ralph McCrory, Master. Simone Karam and Jordan Overstreet, both juniors at Jena High School, were presented with the Honesty and Integrity awards. Travis Smith and Taylor Bignar, both JHS seniors, were presented the Patriotism awards

 

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Mon
22
Jan

Safety measures for children implementedto

Across LaSalle Parish further safety measures for children are being implemented through the LaSalle Parish Sheriff’s Office’s EZ Child ID Program, which has been offered free to families since its implementation in January 2014.

According to LaSalle Deputy Sheriff and D.A.R.E. Officer Jenny Parker, this self-contained mobile child ID unit system, provides peace of mind, knowing that in an emergency involving a missing or kidnapped child, parents will have data needed to assist law enforcement and for publicizing through Amber Alert and other media agencies as well as identifying the missing child when found.

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Mon
22
Jan

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.

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Tue
16
Jan

Postage rates up on January 21st

The United States Postal Service filed notice with the Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) for price changes to take effect Jan. 21, 2018. The new prices include a one cent increase in the price of a First-Class Mail Forever stamp from 49 cents to 50 cents.

Postcard stamps and metered letters would also have a one cent increase. The filing does not include any price change for single-piece letters being mailed to international destinations or for additional ounces for letters.

The proposed prices would raise Mailing Services product prices approximately 1.9 percent, and most Shipping Services products will average a 3.9 percent price increase. While Mailing Services price increases are limited based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI), Shipping Services prices are adjusted strategically, according to market conditions and the need to maintain affordable services for customers.

 

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