Following another year of spectacular performances, the Lincoln Parish School District rolled out its fourth annual “Celebration of Champions,” an event designed to shine the spotlight on the best of the best among efforts throughout the system.
More than 300 parents, students and district personnel gathered at the Ruston Civic Center to celebrate those who accomplished earning a state championship title in academic, athletic, extracurricular and enrichment competitions throughout the year.
Left: Pictured are the students in Ms. Chasten’s Pre-K 3 Class. Pictured, from left to right, are front row: Georgia Puckett, Hallie Hogan, Gabby Smith and Cate Davison; and back row: Henry Patton, Joseph Davison, Anderson Albritton, Avery Murphy, Molly Hoefler, Bryce Busby and Knox Beck.
Top right: Vicki Solomon, Suzette Stroud and her daughter Ella Brooke Stroud enjoy the Thanksgiving lunch.
The first Think Green Early Event will be at 8:30 a.m.- 10:45 a.m. on April 8 at the Lincoln Parish Early Childhood Center.
This event will be exclusively for the pre-k students at the Lincoln Parish Early Childhood Center, Lindsay Gouedy, the environmental education consultant for the Keep Lincoln Parish Beautiful Commission, said.
At approximately 4:45 p.m. Tuesday, Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a 911 call for assistance at a residence located just outside of the corporate limits of Simsboro.
According to an LPSO news release, the caller requested help with a family member because he was concerned the subject intended to harm herself. The caller reportedly said the subject was armed with multiple firearms and had locked herself in a bathroom of the residence.