BEAUREGARD PARISH -- Work toward getting public water access to the Junction community continues and becomes more important with each passing year, according to supporters.
SABINE PARISH -- Hodges Gardens State Park is once again under the threat of closure, according to the Friends of Hodges Gardens Organization.
There's a lot to see at Hodges Gardens State Park as February comes to a close. Azaleas and camellias cover the main gardens. Admission is $5 per person, $4 for seniors and free for children ages 3 and under. Hodges Gardens is located north of Hornbeck and south of Many, on U.S. 171. It feat…
LEESVILLE -- A Farmerville, La., nursery is donating 100 crepe myrtle trees to Gallery One Ellleven for planting in the City of Leesville.
The United States recently earned top honors in two coin design categories at the World Money Fair in Berlin, Germany. United States Mint (Mint) officials accepted two Coin of the Year (COTY) Awards on behalf of the Nation.
LEESVILLE -- Leesville Junior High School art teacher Isabelle Massart-Bursh was recognized Tuesday by the Vernon Parish School Board for her dedication to arts programming at the school and in the community.
Minnie Lou Sigler operated a country store at Fullerton for years. She also sold her country goods by mail-order and was postmistress as the post office was located inside her store.
Video of Maria Rome discussing her journey to the title of Miss Northwestern-Lady of the Bracelet is available at youtube.com/watch?v=vmXFHIle2cI&feature=em-upload_owner
Today's Country 105.7 was live from the McKee Agency, in Leesville, on Friday. The agency's staff and friends treated visitors to lunch. There was also a Vernon Parish Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting event. The independent insurance agency is located at 1400 South 5th Street. Give them a …
VERNON PARISH -- Anacoco High School held a celebration on Wednesday morning, marking the school's recent recognition as a prestigious National Blue Ribbon School as an Exemplary High Performing School for 2016.
VERNON PARISH -- Stanley Fletcher, a longtime Vernon Parish teacher and president of the Vernon Parish Historical and Genealogical Society, is heading up a project to identify and chronicle Vernon Parish's war dead.