Classes help adults develop job skills
A sophomore at Grambling State University, Athena Goldsby realized there were certain computer skills she was lacking. She is among nearly a dozen students taking part in adult technology classes offered by the Union Parish School System through the Century 21 Community Learning Center Program. »»

Cannon carries message
Following the defeat last year of a property tax assessment to fund projects for the Union Parish School System, superintendent George Cannon and members of the Union Parish School Board set about “listening to taxpayers to find something they could buy into.” »»

Oath Makes It Official
Union Parish Clerk of Court Dodi Eubanks administers the oath of office to Sheriff Dusty Gates as his wife, Camille, holds a family Bible during a ceremony held April 17, 2014 at the Union Parish Sheriff’s Office. »»

Book a gateway for librarian
The “Book Bunny” and Union Parish librarian Stephanie Herrmann made a presentation about National Library Week at the Farmerville Lions Club on April 17, 2014. »»

Board cautioned to protect source of Sparta
Decades before the Sparta Groundwater Conservation District Commission was even a concept, Louisiana’s neighbors were eying the state’s apparently abundant water sources with contempt. »»