Hazel D. Hunter has announced that she will seek re-election for Lincoln Parish Police Juror for District 2 on Oct. 22.
“I am ready and eager to serve again for the people of Lincoln Parish and this great state of Louisiana,” Hunter said. “I would like to thank the citizens of District 2 for their support and involvement during the past four years. The achievements that the Police Jury has made would not have been possible without your providing me with the insight to present to the jury and bring these issues to fruition.”
Missy Wooley’s STEM and New Tech chemistry classes recently took their learning off the Ruston High School campus and into Carson Taylor Hall at Louisiana Tech University. There the students studied with Bill Deese, T. W. Ray Johnson professor of chemistry, who engaged them in a highly entertaining lecture filled with his trademark demonstrations as the group explored the topic of chemical reactions. The students will be utilizing the information shared through the presentation as they complete projects in their RHS classes, part of the
Wagon Wheel Ministries, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the wholesome development and activities for children and families, is pleased to announce that the “2011 Rodeo Bible Camp” was a success this year. This camp is held annually at the Ike Hamilton Expo Center in West Monroe, offering an opportunity for children who might otherwise never have a chance to learn riding and techniques.