On Sept. 12, area folks will have the opportunity to experience a brand new event in Ruston — the first Ruston Makers Fair.
The North Central Louisiana Arts Council is so pleased to let people know about this free-to-the-public festival that’s been organized by Joshua Mitchell, a regional furniture maker. We asked Josh to tell us a little about the event so everyone will know what to expect and why they should come shop.
It’s easy to have confidence in investments made during bull markets: share prices climb and any losses from poor decisions are usually recovered quickly. But times of increasing market volatility tend to magnify mistakes, and many investors may lose confidence in their decision-making. Let’s take a quick look at some of these common — but generally avoidable — mistakes.
The other day, the news editor, Elizabeth DeGrie, joking remarked, “Time is running out. We only have a little less than a month.”
Not fully understanding what she meant, the usual “huh” was thrown around the newsroom. I’m going to assume she was looking at her calendar, and apparently I had forgotten about the doomsday prophecy that is Dec. 21, as it is fast approaching.
For the past several days my co-workers and I have been attempting to get in touch with each of the 76 candidates in the 23 races that will be on the Nov. 4 primary ballot.
We’re trying to give them the opportunity for a little exposure in the Daily Leader’s upcoming election edition. Contacting the local candidates has been fairly easy, but the district and statewide folks, not so much.