While temperatures have been relatively mild in recent weeks, it looks like summer is about to crank things up with temperatures expected to reach the mid 90s or higher the rest of this week.
With Juneteenth festivities set for Grambling this week and the Louisiana Peach Festival set to start on June 21, many people will be out in the heat, so precautions should be takent to avoid heat illness.
Many people consider Labor Day as the unofficial end of summer. So, this weekend, many people will head to the beach for the last time of the season. Some will hold a backyard barbecue, enjoy some fun.
While all of these activities are a great way to end the summer, they could all end in tragedy if residents aren’t careful.
Not every community can lay claim to being home to a potential Miss America. Lincoln Parish can.
Choudrant resident and reigning Miss Louisiana Justine Ker is in Atlantic City today to begin the concluding weeks in a quest that she — and we — hope ends with her being crowned the new Miss America.
Between now and the final night of competition Sept. 11, Ker will participate in number of events that will not only give her the opportunity to showcase her talent and vibrant personality, but also to talk about the state from which she comes.