Ruston Main Street is soliciting Redevelopment Incentive Grant applications from downtown commercial building and/or business owners.
The Louisiana Main Street program is able to offer three types of competitive grants — a $10,000 grant for major projects, a $2,500 grant and a $500 grant for minor projects. Grants are available for either interior or exterior rehabilitation projects.
With the presidential election promptly approaching its dramatic finale, residents can enjoy a little political humor.
In order to provide some comic relief to the masses, the Louisiana Tech University Howard Center for Performing Arts will host “The Capitol Steps” on Tuesday, which features a witty ensemble of former Capitol Hill staffers.
Louisiana Tech SGA president Maggie Brakeville was elected recently by the Louisiana Council of Student Body Presidents to represent the group on the state Board of Regents.
“My goal will focus on letting the student voice be heard,” said Brakeville, a senior agriculture business major. “I want to make sure that students of all types are considered in the decisions we make this term.”
COSBP meets each year in Baton Rouge to elect its leadership and the group’s representatives to the state’s four higher education governing boards.