For the past six weeks, CrossFit Ruston has been offering area residents another option when it comes to their fitness needs, and so far most of those area residents have been enjoying what they have seen.
“It is just a different way to approach working out,” said new CrossFit user Max Prince.
“It was one of the hardest things I have ever done, but you can feel it working as you’re going along. I will definitely be back.”
Louisiana State Police Troop F troopers responded to a single -vehicle crash at about 8:40 p.m. Tuesday in Union Parish.
The investigation revealed that an ATV was traveling on Burch Road, south of Louisiana Highway 348, when for unknown reasons the ATV left the roadway, entered the grassy shoulder and struck a tree. The sole occupant was thrown from the ATV upon impact.
Last week at the Ruston Civic Center, the Louisiana Rural Water Association Executive Director Pat Cadeur presented Rep. Jim Fannin with an appreciation award for his efforts in supporting Louisiana and its local rural water systems.
Fannin expressed his appreciation for the award saying it was “an honor” and that it “feels good when people recognize the work done for the system.”
During his speech, Fannin added that he would continue to fight the Public Service Commission in order to give the local water systems the ability to adjust water rates.
Following another year of spectacular performances, the Lincoln Parish School District rolled out its fourth annual “Celebration of Champions,” an event designed to shine the spotlight on the best of the best among efforts throughout the system.
More than 300 parents, students and district personnel gathered at the Ruston Civic Center to celebrate those who accomplished earning a state championship title in academic, athletic, extracurricular and enrichment competitions throughout the year.