Second Verse, As The First
Despite a ruling by Third District Court Judge Tommy Rogers that effectively ended efforts to block construction of a proposed new Union Parish High School, plaintiffs in the suit have asked the judge to keep their effort alive. »»

During the 52nd Annual Watermelon Festival
Franklin Street Baptist Church distributed more than 1,000 bottles of cold water. Youth director Scott Taylor gives bottles to a lady and two young girls with her in the photo at top. »»

Harty Helps Museum With Exhibit Of Indian Artifacts
As a child, James Harty had a fascination learning all he could about Indians. As an adult, Harty is recognized as a top-flight amateur archaeologist when it comes to Native American artifacts. »»

Dixie Boys Take State Title
For generations of men who grew up in Union Parish, Dixie Boys Baseball was part of their life experiences. With seasons that started before school ended and stretched into the dog days of summer, boys played league games against their friends, classmates and neighbors. If they had the skills, they could be chosen to all star teams and competing in district, state and even national tournaments. »»

Officials See Pool As Primary Reason Visits Up At State Park
Director of State Parks Dwight Landreneau was encouraged alternately encouraged and discouraged as he traveled the state this summer visiting facilities.. Presented with numbers that show a substantial increase in the number of visitors at Lake D’Arbonne State Park compared with the same time last year - while other parks in the region are showing substantial decreases – Landreneau said the reason why is obvious. »»