The Union Black Heritage 25th Annual Festivities in Farmerville will kick-off this year with a Black-Tie Banquet on Saturday, February 10, 2018 at the Willie Davis, Jr. Recreation Center. The event is being dedicated to our former Mayor Willie... Read More.
West Ouachita Youth Sports Association Soccer registration is open and ends January 27th. People can register online at woysassociation.website.siplay.com or on January 27th we will have open registration at the WOYSA Complex located at 200 Bill Golson Rd. West... Read More.
DON’T GET THE FLU! The best protection against the flu is to get vaccinated. Flu shots are still available and encouraged. A hand shake is one of the most common ways to transmit cold and flu germs. A warm... Read More.
The Ruston Kiwanis Club presents their annual “Earvin Ryland Youth Art Festival” for Lincoln Parish Junior High, Senior High, and Home-Schooled students. Categories are: 7th and 8th grades: painting and drawing only; 9th-12th grades all categories. Entry forms are... Read More.
The 2018 Louisiana Peach Festival Theme will be “Peachy Paradise” and the design contests are open! Please submit your artwork by 5 p.m., February 9, 2018. You may enter either, or both contests. The #LaPeachFest Planning Committee will narrow choices... Read More.
The North Central Louisiana Arts Council (NCLAC) is pleased to announce an exhibit of paintings by Amanda Roe. In this exhibit the artist takes selfies from her social media accounts and re-imagines them into physical self-portraits. For people not... Read More.
BATON ROUGE — On Wednesday, Gov. John Bel Edwards praised the passage of a compromise bill that makes strategic spending cuts and budget adjustments to eliminate the current year’s $304 million budget shortfall. The agreement spares critical programs, such... Read More.