LEFT: New Library Aide, John Pruden, is busy processing a new book being added to the library collection at RJHS. RIGHT: Submitted photos
Pictured are Sarah Gilliland, Hannah Scheaffer, Aislyn Coyne, Oneke Gwan, Heather Thorson, Joanitah Nakiggwe, Christian Campbell, Vincent Grisby, Abby Pace, Brianna Currie, Ciera Wright, Scott Cater, Justin Griffin, James Ellenberger, Kayon Gamble, Ronald Wagner, Armani Bowman, Ryan Sorensen, Devin Chadwick, Trey Williams, Drew Campbell and Connor Cahoun, who all participated in the District Honor Band.
Principal’s List—All A’s
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More than 400 students and teachers from high schools across Louisiana and Arkansas gathered together April 15 to take part in hands-on experiences and learn engineering and science applications at the 2015 Engineering and Science Day at Louisiana Tech University.
“We are so pleased to have had the opportunity to host these high school students on our campus today to showcase our innovative engineering and science programs,” said Jenna Carpenter, associate dean for undergraduate studies at the College of Engineering and Science.
Ruston’s Planning and Zoning Commission has approved a conditional use application from Paradise Funeral Homes to open a local facility in a former church building on South Vienna Street.
Commissioners voted unanimously Monday night to grant the request of the Arcadia-based company that wishes to enter into a one-year lease with Campus Community Assembly of God, located at 2505 S Vienna St.
U.S. Sen. David Vitter announced recently that the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration will award two grants to Louisiana Tech University.
The first, a $112,850 award, will go to the University Center Economic Development program to fund the third and final year of the program. The second, a $500,000 award, will support the economic development partnership between Tech and the Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development.
Laurey Williams, played by Shelley Park, and Curly McLain, played by Mikey Swanbom, will take center stage for the Ruston Community Theatre’s production of “Oklahoma!” beginning Thursday evening. Showtimes are 7 p.m. Thursday-Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday at the Dixie Center for the Arts. General seating tickets are on sale at the Dixie’s box office and online at http://mkt.com/rctruston. Prices are $15 for adults and $8 for students and children.