The sun is barely creeping over the horizon and you have the boat hooked up, fishing rods and poles ready and, unbelievably, a sleepy wife stumbling to the truck to join you. Headed to Lake D’Arbonne for the day, you just know this is going to be a banner day for bream, catfish and possibly crappie…
Congratulations to Taylor Lee for being selected as a recipient of this year’s It’s a Girl Thing, Making Proud Choices scholarship. Taylor is a 2020 graduate of Union Parish High School and the daughter of Lakeisha Lee and Jonte Lee from Marion. Under the Program, one $1,000 scholarship is awarded…
Rep. Chris Turner, chairman of the Rural Caucus of the Louisiana Legislature, has been appointed to a new commission designed to extend broadband Internet service across the state. The lack of reliable Internet service, particularly in rural areas, has created problems for school systems attempting…
The big shift to home-based work and schooling during the coronavirus means Louisiana more than ever needs to bring Internet service to all parts of the state, according to Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell. “Nothing is more important for rural parts of our state than high-speed Internet…
Union Parish Police Jury sponsors LifeShare blood drive The LifeShare mobile unit will be located at the Union Parish Courthouse in Farmerville Friday, from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. To help control crowding, please schedule your own appointment by clicking on the following link: https://donor.lifeshare.org…
Attorney General Jeff Landry wants Louisiana citizens to be aware that the U.S. Treasury Department has begun distributing Economic Impact Payments to eligible individuals via prepaid debit cards; and he is offering consumer information and tips to help ease some of the concerns regarding the…
May 26, 2020 Wesley Aaron Coats, 25, 11987 Hwy 33, Choudrant; Oral Sexual Battery; Molestation of a Juvenile Lee Oliver Rochelle, 50, 1304 E Wesson St., El Dorado, AR; Domestic Abuse Battery W/ Strangulation Walter Robert Anderson, 45, 968 South Tucker Town Rd., Marion; Poss. Of Sch I w/ Intent to…
The share of Louisiana adults eligible to receive $1,200 or more from the coronavirus financial relief plan passed by Congress was 94.6 percent, representing 2,498,151 residents, according to an analysis by 24/7 Wall St. The $1,200 economic stimulus checks, which the U.S. Treasury Department began…
Friday, shortly before noon, Louisiana State Police Troop F responded to a two-vehicle, fatal crash on Louisiana Highway 2 near Century Road. This crash claimed the life of 62-year-old Mark Flowers of West Monroe. The preliminary investigation revealed a 2012 Harley Davidson, operated by Flowers,…
It ended where it began. Kenneth Maxwell Frith, 80, passed away quietly on May 29, 2020, surrounded by his family in his home in Rocky Branch, less than a stone’s throw from where he was born. Over the years Ken or (Max) was a LSU graduate and fan of the Tigers, a chemical engineer with Dow and…
Malcolm Fowler, 67, of Marion, Louisiana was born on November 20, 1952, and passed away at his home on Sunday, May 24, 2020. Malcolm was a graduate of Marion High School. He pursued a career in the offshore oil field. Malcolm was his own man who loved his dogs and his birds. Malcolm is preceded in…
Congratulations to Taylor Lee for being selected as a recipient of this year’s It’s a Girl Thing,…
Members of the D’Arbonne Lake Commission met recently, holding their regularly scheduled May…
Members of the Farmerville Town Council met Monday, sharing the meeting online via a…
The sun is barely creeping over the horizon and you have the boat hooked up, fishing rods and poles ready and, unbelievably, a sleepy wife stumbling to the truck to join you. Headed to Lake D’Arbonne for the day, you just know this is going to be a banner day for bream, catfish and possibly crappie.
Rep. Chris Turner, chairman of the Rural Caucus of the Louisiana Legislature, has been appointed to a new commission designed to extend broadband Internet…
The big shift to home-based work and schooling during the coronavirus means Louisiana more than ever needs to bring Internet service to all parts of the state…
Union Parish Police Jury sponsors LifeShare blood drive The LifeShare mobile unit will be located at the Union Parish Courthouse in Farmerville Friday, from 11…
Arron Sistrunk took first place (L-R) this weekend in the North Louisiana Crappie Trail tournament on Lake D’Arbonne. Sistrunk won $800 for finishing in first…
The good news for top anglers on the American Crappie Trail is that several major tournaments, including the ACT Championship, have been rescheduled. The ACT…
First of all, I’ll start this off by saying that I am very glad to be able to write a monthly outdoor column for the Farmerville Gazette at the request of…