The Acadia Parish Police Jury is considering how to take advantage of $1.2 billion in federal funding for watershed planning, flood protection and such provided through the Louisiana Watershed Init
Ceremonies honoring four new inductees into the Louisiana Agriculture Hall of Distinction were held recently in Baton Rouge. Taking part were, front row from left, inductees Grady Coburn of Cheneyville; Linda Zaunbrecher of Gueydan; Lee Hamilton Trichel on behalf of her father, the late Jack Hamilton of Lake Providence; and George LaCour of Morganza; back row from left are Jim Engster, Louisiana Radio Network president; Commissioner of Agriculture Mike Strain; LRN Senior Farm Broadcaster Don Molino; Louisiana Farm Bureau President Ronnie Anderson; and LSU Vice President for Agriculture Bill Richardson. (Photo by Eye Wander Photo)
The Louisiana Agriculture Hall of Distinction added four new members for 2019.
State Fire Marshal Chief H. “Butch” Browning is highlighting a notable decrease in fire fatalities across the state so far this year.
The ASSIST Agency will be sponsoring the Summer Food Service / Recreation Program in Acadia Parish this summer beginning May 28.