Effort afloat to save park pool
Dwight Landreneau wasn’t certain what to expect from a meeting with community leaders. Appointed Secretary of the Office of State Parks in the midst of Louisiana’s pressing budget crisis, Landreneau has been fielding questions from all corners about how the state’s financial situation was going to impact operations. »»

Taylor, Anderson take Kings crowns
You could categorize it as a David vs. Goliath matchup. Guess who won? Again. Fishing from the bank along Ramp Road off Louisiana 33, Andy Taylor landed a two-pound crappie to take top honors in that division of the first King of Kings tournament held March 21 on Lake D’Arbonne. »»

Community comes together
Over 60 people representing nearly a dozen churches across Union Parish came together for a community prayer breakfast March 19 at Farmerville United Methodist Church. »»

Meat and Three and $10 Worth of Regular
Signs like this authentic vintage Coke sign are part of the decor at the Antioch Grocery. Pictured from left, are the store’s owners Danny and Marcy Witherington along with Marlo and John Haddox. Also pictured is the store’s mascot, the Witherington’s pomeranian Sophia. »»

Taking It From The Bank
Fishing from the bank off Ramp Road, Andy Taylor caught this two-pound crappie, good enough to win $500 in the King of Kings tournament on Lake D’Arbonne last weekend. »»