Even during these tough economic times, officials at Grambling State University have been working their hardest to bring what they can to the university’s students, and they recently succeeded on that task as GSU received information they will be adding to their campus starting Aug. 1.
While that may seem like a pretty silly holiday to celebrate or observe, at least one local is certainly concerned about bees in the area and hopes we all join in on his concern.
Tom Faber is starting up a Beekeeper’s Club, and their first meeting is set for 7 p.m. Tuesday at the LSU AgCenter office. While Faber is a big fan of bees, he also pointed out in a recent interview why others should be as well.
Recently, more than a dozen community leaders participated in the Lincoln Parish Citizen’s Academy.
The seven-week program was designed by the 3rd Judicial District Attorney’s Office in partnership with the Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office to educate members of the community on the criminal justice system as well as law enforcement.
From the prosecution of murders to complex economic crimes, the Citizen’s Academy offered these residents a behind-the-scenes look at the workings of the criminal justice system, which is comprised of law enforcement, prosecution and the court.