Going to Grand Jury
Evidence gathered through an investigation into whether a Union Parish 9-1-1 dispatcher committed criminal acts by warning her son he was the subject of a domestic abuse complaint will be presented to a Union Parish grand jury. »»

No Doggone Money
Farmerville Mayor Stein Baughman and members of the town’s Board of Aldermen know as well as anyone the problems associated with stray animals. »»

Dollar seeking school records
A native of Union Parish and a product of the Union Parish Schools System, Johnny Dollar knew the need for financial assistance to improve facilities was real. »»

When a decrease isn’t so bad
When Union Parish High School principal David Gray learned his school’s composite score for the ACT test had fallen almost three percent, he was as giddy as a school girl. »»

AG: Jury liable for jail funding
In 2016, the Union Parish Police Jury received its third consecutive audit that cited continued deficit spending at the Union Parish Detention Center. This served as the impetus for the Police Jury to direct its attorney to ask the Louisiana Attorney General if there was any relief the jury could get from the financial burden of the detention center. »»