In an interview with The Associated Press, the Republican governor outlined items he's pushing with lawmakers during the three-month session, including tougher laws against human trafficking in Louisiana and changes to the civil litigation system sought...
The evening of Tuesday, March 4, 2014, Larry Agee, the executive director of Disaster Aid USA, gave a presentation to members of the Leesville Rotary Club that detailed his organization's mission and outlined some of their successes.
On Wednesday, March 5, 2014, soldiers of Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 162nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team made that burden a little lighter for the students and faculty at Rosepine Elementary.
A trio of historical aviation treasures will be winging their way to the area March 10-12. In their 25th year, the Collings Foundation's Wings of Freedom Tour will be bringing a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress “Nine O Nine” WWII Heavy Bomber, a...
One hundred sixty six Fort Polk infantry Soldiers hit the ground running Feb. 10 in hopes of earning their Expert Infantryman's Badge. After two weeks of training and testing that required all of the Soldiers' physical and mental skills, 33 earned the...
The fourth ranked Pickering Lady Red Devils defied the odds returning to Class 2A LHSAA Top 28 Tournament, but their match Wednesday night in the Class 2A semi-finals against the top ranked North Caddo Lady Rebels falling 57-36
The Leesville Wampus Cats and Lady Cats soccer teams cleaned up this year on the Division II District 3 All-District team with a total of nine players being named to the first team and 21 players named in all.
Turnipseed leads Indians with 19 points, past Doyline 66-59 in 2014 Boys Regional round playoff action
The Anacoco Indians took care of business Monday night in the regional round of the LHSAA State Playoffs knocking off No. 14 ranked Doyline 66-59.
A two-run homer from Kellsi Kloss capped a four-run fifth inning for No. 24 LSU as the Tigers downed the Northwestern State softball team 5-3 Tuesday afternoon at the Lady Demon Diamond.
Perhaps atoning for past sins, Hollywood named the brutal, unshrinking historical drama "12 Years a Slave" best picture at the 86th annual Academy Awards.
The Fort Polk Museum showcases the installation's history through dioramas and exhibits that include samples of uniforms, weapons, equipment and personal effects.
Leesville hosted an array of events downtown on Saturday, March 1, to celebrate Mardi Gras. The day was kicked off with a 5K run, followed by the Annual Gumbo Cook-Off and the celebration was culminated with the annual Mardi Gras Parade.
The Pickering Lady Red Devils had their hands full in front of home crowd Thursday evening as they hosted the fifth ranked Jonesboro-Hodge Lady Tigers.
Chris Robertson has announced his plan to run for Leesville City Council's District 1 seat.
The Anacoco Indians took care of Vernon Parish rival Pitkin in the first round of the LHSAA 2014 Boys State Playoffs Friday evening knocking them off 77-52. Advancing to regional round which will be held next week.
The New Orleans Saints have placed their franchise tag on Jimmy Graham in order to protect the club's rights to its star tight end through next season.
The No. 4 ranked Anacoco Lady Indians had their hands full with the fifth ranked Florien Lady Blackcats narrowly advancing to Class B semi-finals defeating Florien 39-38.
Alice Guess has announced her candidacy for re-election as councilmember-at-large to the Leesville City Council. Guess is one of two incumbents who are vying for one of the two seats for this position.
Leesville Mainstreet's Annual Dicky Berry Gumbo Cook-off was swamped with hungry visitors late in the morning of Saturday, March 1, 2014.
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