The DHS Alumni Association is raising funds to add an LED display to the existing Dubach High School sign. Anyone who would like to contribute can send a check made payable to: DHS Sign Fund, 7710 Fellowship Road, Dubach, LA 71235. The association will have a plaque made and affixed to the new sign acknowledging this is a gift from past DHS alumni. For more information contact Randy Rogers at 268-0312 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are off to a great start at the Lincoln Parish Early Childhood Center. We are very excited to welcome several new members to our faculty and staff. Over the past few weeks, students have been very busy learning about their new school, getting to know their teachers and making new friends.
Here are a few things we are looking forward to this year. For the first time, LPECC students will receive music instruction from a music teacher. The music teacher will visit each classroom two times a month and provide the children with a diverse and fun musical experience.
An arsonist might have been the cause of a blaze that erupted in an abandoned house on Saturday.
Ruston Fire Department received a 911 call shortly after 3 a.m. Saturday reporting a structure fire at 803 Gilman St. When eight firefighters arrived on the scene, they reported seeing fire coming from the roofline of the front porch and extending into the attic. RFD Public Education officer Eric Brazzel said the home was vacant and had no utilities attached, and there also appeared to be multiple points of ignition for the fire.