Saturday morning brought horse lovers from around the South to the North Louisiana Exhibition Center for the Cotton Country Association’s final open horse show of the year.
Peggy Bailey, association secretary and treasurer, said riders came from places such as Texas, Mississippi and central Louisiana for the fourth and final show of the season. The show brought more than 50 horses and riders, both amateur and professional, to the area.
“That’s a good turnout, especially with it being as hot as it was,” Bailey said.
For the second time in nine days, Lincoln Parish residents came together in a show of racial unity during the 2nd Annual All Lives Matter Extravaganza and school supply giveaway.
Approximately 400 people, including parents, children and interested community members, filled the Ruston Civic Center to get to know each other, eat, play games and thank local law enforcement agencies for their service.
There’s not a thing in the world more exciting than hearing about kindergarteners learning and having fun all at the same time. Glen View Elementary strongly believes these two factors go hand in hand.
GVE kindergarten students enjoyed a fun-filled day at Papa Simpson’s Farm. The children learned about various farm animals and how to care for them.