Cedar Creek’s eighth grade and fifth grade Students of the Year were named district winners recently advance to the regional level of competition in Baton Rouge this month.
Carlie Toliver, right, and Catherine Hunt, left, will now interview and present their Student of the Year portfolios to the Regional Student Achievement Selection Committee.
Eighth-grader Carlie is the daughter of Duane and Lee Ann Toliver, of Ruston. She is the Middle School’s Student Council Publicity Chair and the dance team Jewels’ co-captain. She is also a member of Trinity United Methodist Church.
SHREVEPORT (AP) — A downtown cultural district boasting boutiques, art galleries, a sculpture garden, an urban dog park and various residential options could be on the horizon for Shreveport.
The Times reported today that city leaders, downtown businesses, nonprofits and private investors are moving ahead with a unified vision to revive the nine-block area known as Shreveport Common.