Left Photo: The Lincoln Parish Police Jury said goodbye to several jurors who will not be back for another term in January. Among them were Roy Glover, Mickey Mays, Annie Brown and Mike Franklin, who was not present at the meeting. Pictured to the right is Brown speaking, as Jurors Sharyon Mayfield and Mays and Parish Treasurer Bobby Gray listen.
Top Right Photo: Police Jury President Theresa Wyatt gives outgoing juror Roy Glover a hug goodbye.
Bottom Right Photo: Pictured from left to right are Juror Mickey Mays, Parish Treasurer Bobby Gray and Parish Administrator Courtney Hall.
A high-tech Nevada company has invested in future engineers and scientists through the gift of a $25,000 industrial partners grant for Louisiana Tech University, extending a partnership between the school and the company that began three years ago.
In light of the upcoming presidential election, the Louisiana Tech Concert Association has invited the Capitol Steps to perform in Ruston.
The performance will be held 7:30 p.m. today at the Howard Center for the Performing Arts.
The Capitol Steps is a group primarily of previous senate employees who use their governmental roles to perform parodies about the institution that employed them and the faces they worked for and with.
All students in the parish will have a day off school on Wednesday due to potential inclement weather.
Lincoln Parish Superintendent of Schools Danny Bell announced just before 2:30 p.m. today that all parish public schools will be closed on Wednesday due to the potential for bad weather.
According to the National Weather Service, temperatures are expected to drop to a low of 28 degree Fahrenheit and there is a 50 percent chance of precipitation. Freezing rain is expected into Wednesday morning, easing up around 9 a.m.