In the annual Louisiana Tech University Constitution Day event, James W. Ceaser, the Harry F. Byrd Professor of Politics at the University of Virginia and director of the Program for Constitutionalism and Democracy, will explore the ways in which the Constitution is not only a document which establishes our basic institutions and rules of government. His presentation, titled “The Ties That Bind: What We Feel For Our Constitution,” explores how the Constitution is one of the chief sources of the national cohesion, an essential element binding together a diverse and pluralistic free society.
Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce’s second annual 12 Days of Christmas Shopping #ShopRuston sponsored by Origin Bank ends today.
Those participating should turn passports in by 4 p.m. today at the Ruston Lincoln Chamber of Commerce or a Ruston Origin Bank.
Top row left photo: Robert Temple won $25 from Origin Bank at Sundown Tavern. Pictured left to right are Brandon Sutherland, Chamber; Sarah McKinnie, Origin; Robert Temple, Jim Hough, Ella Guy and Eric Williamson.
Mount Zion Baptist Church in Grambling recently named Grandparent of the Year. From left to right: Deacon Bobby Gray, Deacon Carlos Wilson, Deacon Flynn Ludley, Grandparent of the Year Willie Mae Brim, Pastor Anthony C. Slack and Deacon James Crawley.
Hillcrest has had a great beginning of school. Teachers have been working diligently to prepare for the 2016-17 school year. The students have done a great job at learning the rules and procedures for success at Hillcrest. The school is especially proud of our second graders for being the leaders on campus and helping our younger students in the halls, gym, cafeteria and bus line.