Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell said in an interview Tuesday he is committed to support plans by two rural electric cooperatives in North Louisiana to compete for federal grants to develop internet service. The cooperatives, Claiborne Electric in Homer (which provides power to Union…
It is no secret that COVID-19 has taken a toll on citizens across the United States, the economy, employment opportunities and many other areas. However, none is more apparent than the education system. Schools across the country have struggled with decisions to open their doors or have completely…
Gazette photo by Byron Avery Benny and Lisa Pennington, along with their children, grandchildren, employees, Union Parish Chamber of Commerce members and elected officials cut the ribbon Friday on Benny’s Plumbing Supplies and More in Downsville.
Aldermen to meet Monday The Town of Farmerville Board of Aldermen will meet in regular session at 5 p.m. Oct. 12 at Town Hall. School Board meeting scheduled The next regular meeting of the Union Parish School Board is set for 6 p.m. October 12, at the School District Complex. Museum launches…
A Deliverance Ministries Regular services are prayer on Mondays at 6 p.m., Bible study on Wednesdays at 6 p.m., and morning worship is every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. 318-368-2634. Antioch Baptist Weekly service times are: Sunday – Sunday school, 10 a.m. and worship service at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. and…
America is torn between two different economic and government philosophies. The extreme left wing is engrossed with changing America into a more socialistic country, while the extreme right wing wants America to return to a much more independent capitalistic nation. Today we have a capitalistic…
My recent web search of “how to deal with uncertainty in the pandemic” yielded 21 pages of results. In contrast to other searches that have often pulled up an array of random articles, this time every page was filled almost exclusively with links that were on topic. Now, mind you, at the time of my…
Will elections ever be the same? From coast to coast, there is a great deal of controversy over mail in ballots as well as absentee voting. According to some projections, as many as 50 percent of voters will cast mail in ballots. And these ballots take a long time to count. A number of states don’t…
The Louisiana Society of Radiologic Technologists gave its highest honors to University of Louisiana Monroe Director of Radiologic Technology Brett Bennett and former student and recent graduate Lauren Brumfield. Bennett was named LSRT 2020 Technologist of the Year, and Brumfield received the LSRT…
Louisiana Tech University’s Construction Engineering Technology program in the College of Engineering and Science has received a $250,000 gift from the Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors and the Contractor’s Educational Trust Fund (CETF). Representatives from the Louisiana Associated…
The Farmerville Police Dept. and Chief Bim Coulberston report the following arrests: Edward Shelton, 39 years of age Farmerville, La. arrested on 8-26-20 for 30 counts of Simple Burglary, Possession of Drug Paraphanalia and Felony Criminal Damage to Property. Barry Mack, 62 years of age,…
It is no secret that COVID-19 has taken a toll on citizens across the United States, the economy,…
Louisiana Tech University’s Construction Engineering Technology program in the College of…
The Farmerville Police Dept. and Chief Bim Coulberston report the following arrests: Edward…
Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell said in an interview Tuesday he is committed to support plans by two rural electric cooperatives in North Louisiana to compete for federal grants to develop internet service.
The Louisiana Society of Radiologic Technologists gave its highest honors to University of Louisiana Monroe Director of Radiologic Technology Brett Bennett and…
My recent web search of “how to deal with uncertainty in the pandemic” yielded 21 pages of results. In contrast to other searches that have often pulled up an…
America is torn between two different economic and government philosophies. The extreme left wing is engrossed with changing America into a more socialistic…
Cole Stewart from Linville, and his Father Terry Stewart from Clinton, MS, are having a great year crappie fishing in several crappie circuit tournaments…
Through the turmoil of 2020, on and off the field, there is light at the end of the tunnel sports fans. Louisiana High School Athletic Association Executive…
In the early 1950s several businessmen from the Union Parish area sat together to discuss how to develop a project that at the time would have been considered…