Friday, August 17, 2018

ConocoPhillips gives back

ConocoPhillips continues to support the communities in which their employees live and work. The North Louisiana Production office recently donated $5,000 to the Minden...

Larry Milford: An artist of many forms

Originally published on Feb. 22, 2004. Not often do you find one so talented in both oil painting and pastels in statues, in murals, in...

2014 Conservation  Farmer Of The Year

Renee Cottrell, DVM and husband William Cottrell were awarded the Conservation Farmer of the Year Award at the 2014 annual Farm-City Prayer Breakfast. The...

Welcome to the World: Knoah Knehemiah Smith

Knoah Knehemiah Smith was born Nov. 1, 2014 at 9:25 a.m to mother Kontiki Smith. She was 9 lbs. 2 oz. and 22 inches...

‘Crazy hair day’ at Brown Upper Elementary

On Friday, Oct. 31 Brown Upper Elementary School ended its Red Ribbon – Drug Free Week celebration with “Crazy Hair Day.”  Each class voted...

Sarepta Man Celebrates 100th Birthday

Richard Griffin of Sarepta celebrated his 100th birthday (September 23)with a party from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, October 4, at Sarepta Community Center....

Happy Anniversary: Mr. & Mrs. Garner

The children of Dallas and Dixie Garner request the honor of your presence to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their parents. The celebration will...

Brown Upper Elementary School kicks off Red Ribbon Week

The students of Brown Upper Elementary School have kicked off Red Ribbon Week sporting their “beards”. The day’s slogan was “Happy Happy Happy to...

E.S. Richardson elementary practices safety drills

E.S. Richardson conducted an evacuation drill on Monday, September 29. The school will be conducting tornado, fire and school safety drills periodically throughout the...

Brown Upper Elementary Students Of The Month

Brown Upper Elementary School has announced Students of the Month for September. Pictured are the chosen students: Front row, from left, 5th graders Jon...

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