Jury records request denied
A law firm representing the Union Parish Police Jury has denied a public records request sought by The Gazette to learn how much the firm receives each year in payments for representing the jury in various matters. »»

Three big-time tourneys planned for lake
Nobody I know would have ever imagined how sculling a 14-foot aluminum boat down the lake fishing for white perch with a cane pole, a red and white bobber, and a Styrofoam bucket full of minners could have become a professional sport offering hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash and prizes. »»

Board No Longer Divided
Following a nearly hour-long, often contentious discussion a contract to renovate the football stadium at Union Parish High School was narrowly approved by members of the Union Parish School Board. »»

New Day For UPHS
Vivian Gray was there the last time a ribbon cutting was held for what was then Farmerville High School. “When it was finished, they told us girls to grab the books and the boys to grab the desks,” Vivian Gray said. “And that’s what we did.” »»

Shuttles to serve during birthday bash
Ricky Albritton was honored when Mayor Stein Baughman asked him to chair a committee charged with planning a celebration of the 175th anniversary of Farmerville’s founding. »»