Hunters angered by Fed using helicopters to kill hogs at refuge
Talk for any period of time with Andy Wilkes about policies the U.S Department of Agriculture and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and it becomes obvious. He is passionately opposed to the practice of aerial harvesting of feral hogs. »»
EPA update: Agency has not implemented site cleanup
When the Environmental Protection Agency first came to Marion in the 1990s, they did their best Chicken Little imitation.
Warning of impending doom associated with the Marion Pressure Treating plant, representatives of the agency certainly gave the impression, “The sky is going to fall.” »»
$4 million project provides for smooth sailing into and through Marion
Marion Mayor Kenneth Franklin has a luxury many who share his position in communities across Louisiana don’t enjoy.
All the major highways coming into the village are in sound shape. »»
Grant helps UGH provide awareness of pending problems with diabetes
Food served at last week’s Union Chamber of Commerce luncheon, hosted by Claiborne Electric, was typical of what the vast majority of Americans consume each day – pork, potatoes, green beans and cake. Statistics indicate that one in four of those attending the luncheon are at risk of developing diabetes by eating carbohydrates their bodies cannot properly process. »»
Energy execs excited with Brown Dense developments
Union Parish School Board member Challana Dean was probably only half joking when she asked if a request from an oil and gas service provider might help generate badly needed revenue for the district.
A representative from Kingfisher Exploration Services was giving a proposal for seismic testing to see if reserves in the Brown Dense might be located beneath school system property in the Linville/Marion area. »»