Top left: Robby Earle; Top Middle: Pictured is Dylan Spain, who won second-grade grand champion at the JA Dinner and a Movie; Top Right: John McCallum (center) received the Tulane University Book Award. Bottom: Pictured are the state science fair winners.
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A Shreveport man was reported dead after a fatal crash occurred at approximately 11:30 p.m. Thursday on Interstate 20 near milepost 73.5.
According to State Police Public Information Officer Albert Paxton with Troop F, Michael Hubbard, 25, of Shreveport, was driving a 2010 Ford Fusion in the eastbound lanes of I-20, when for unknown reasons, the car left the roadway, crossed the median and struck a 2000 Kenworth 18-wheeler traveling in the westbound lanes, driven by David Alday, 41, of Juarez, Mexico.
While placing electrical lines underground in downtown Ruston, employees of the City of Ruston Public Works Department on Wednesday discovered several metal objects that appear to be an iron wheel, horseshoes, remnants of a steering wheel and other unidentifiable objects. Standing from left to right are Anthony Lewis, Robby Howard, R.J. Jackson and Ben Grafton. Some at the scene believed the artifacts to be at least 70 to 100 years old.
Few passions are as strong as the passion a car lover has for automobiles. Auto afficionados are often walking encyclopedias about all things automotive. When it comes to the holiday season, buying a gift for the car guy or gal in your family might seem easy. After all, any gift related to cars is sure to leave your loved one head over heels.
However, for those holiday shoppers who don’t know the difference between an air filter and an air conditioner, perhaps the following suggestions might fare better under the tree this holiday season.
Ruston’s Piney Hills Harmony Chorus left its musical mark on Houston this past weekend during its first competition in Sweet Adelines International’s Region 10, bringing home second place in its division and sixth place overall.
Formerly, the chorus was in another region that included the Dallas area plus Arkansas, Oklahoma and southwest Missouri. The new region stretches from El Paso, Texas, to Alabama.