Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Doyline Homecoming Is Feb. 16

Doyline High School will hold Homecoming Feb. 16. Alumni Reception is from 3 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. The Court presentation is at 5:30, and the game...

School Board member passes

Brandon Edens had been battling brain cancer since 2015 Brandon Edens, Springhill resident and Webster Parish School Board member, passed away in his home Saturday. Edens,...

Not just Lakeside: Group files suit in Bossier Parish

BOSSIER CITY — Americans United for Separation of Church and State Thursday filed a federal lawsuit, Does 1-4 v. Bossier Parish School Board, in...

Education meets (and means) business

Workforce needs discussed The conference room of the Webster Parish Library was filled to capacity with business executives Tuesday morning as they engaged in a...

Celebrating Dr. King

MHS holds second annual event Friday Minden High School held its second annual Dr. Martin Luther King Celebration event Friday morning to honor the renowned...

Students OK after bus accident in Bossier

Bossier Sheriff’s Office deputies worked a minor crash this morning that involved a school bus and one vehicle on Louisiana Hwy. 3 in Bossier...

School Board discusses ACLU suit

Executive session called, no action taken The Webster Parish School Board held its first meeting of the year Monday evening. The board moved through every...

Public responds strongly to Lakeside lawsuit

Both sides make views known On December 18, the American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit against the Webster Parish School Board on behalf of...

Gatti spends time at schools, town halls

District 36 Senator Ryan Gatti has spent the past several weeks visiting schools and meeting with constituents in preparation for 2018. “Our teachers are feeling...

State approves changes to dual enrollment

Rowland says wait and see for impact on Webster Parish Changes may be coming for students and teachers across Louisiana when it comes to dual...

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