Multiple appointments were made during Tuesday’s Lincoln Parish Police Jury meeting.
The agencies in need of representative approval were Waterworks District No. 3, Greater Ward One Waterworks District, the Lincoln Parish Fire Training Center Board and the Lincoln Parish Library Board of Control.
Ralph McVay was one of the two men set to be approved for his position on the Waterworks District No. 3. Randy Snow another incumbent on the board was unable to be present during the Tuesday meeting. McVay’s approval was unanimous by the jury.
Ruston High School students have one more thing to smile about with the recent results in Advanced Placement scores.
RHS scored highest out of all schools in the Northeast Louisiana Region — beating out West Monroe and Neville High Schools.
According to the Department of Education, 64.1 percent of students at RHS scored a passing 3, 4 or 5 on the test out of a total of 142 tests taken. The final score was over 12 percent higher than any other school in the region.