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Wednesday, May 27, 2020
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The big shift to homebased work and schooling during the coronavirus means Louisiana more than ever needs to bring internet service to all parts of the state, according to Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell. “Nothing is more important for rural parts of our state than high-speed... + continue reading
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Wednesday, May 27, 2020
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National Association of University Women (NAUW) Mansfield Branch is proud to announce our 2020 scholarship recipients. They are Jeleal Samuels ($1000), Aaliyah Ford ($500), and Mia Wilson ($300). All three young ladies were selected based on their diverse resumes, impressive two-page... + continue reading
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Wednesday, May 27, 2020
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On May 20, the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) appointed Dr. Cade Brumley to be the new State Superintendent of Education. The Board voted 8-3 to appoint Dr. Brumley from three candidates nominated during deliberations at today’s meeting. BESE appoints the... + continue reading
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The Senate Health and Welfare Committee voted 5-1 Wednesday May 20, in favor of HB819, a bill to make medical marijuana more widely available. The bill would make the drug more accessible by lifting regulations that require doctors to register with the state to be able recommend it and that... + continue reading
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Wednesday, May 20, 2020
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On May 13, 2020, at the merry age of 93, Laverne Ralph Arnold “Butch” Pockrandt passed peacefully into his eternal home in heaven. He had spent two weeks in the hospital and ended his life in hospice care in Shreveport. Butch, as he was known to all his friends and family, resided in... + continue reading
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My New Favorite Herb I tried a new version of Chicken Enchiladas last weekend and was introduced to an Herb I’d not tried before – Coriander. I assumed it was like Anise whose flavor reminded me of a black jellybean and I always omitted it from any recipes I cooked. Well, when I read... + continue reading
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History is much more than dates like 1492 or 1776 or 1843. As important as these and other dates are to us they do not represent history in its entirety. Several years ago a lady asked me to write an article on Hopscotch since as a young girl she enjoyed many hours playing that game with her... + continue reading

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DeSoto Parish Schools is proud to announce that Nakia Graham, teacher at Mansfield High School, has been named a Louisiana State Semi Finalist for Teacher of the Year. Nakia graduated from Mansfield High School in 2012, and in her valedictorian address, she boldly professed, “The next time... + continue reading
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Louisiana moved to Phase One under the White House COVID-19 guidance on Friday, May 15, which removes the Stay at Home order for Louisianans and allows additional businesses to open under strict occupancy, protection and social distancing guidelines, Gov. John Bel Edwards announced Monday. High... + continue reading

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In January when softball season officially started, no one would have ever thought that the spring sports season would have been cut short by a global pandemic. The Logansport Lady Tigers comprised... + continue reading

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JHS Principal Terri Gray (on left) is pictured presenting Terri Gray a scholarship from Gulf Coast Regional Blood Center. Caren Adams (on left) was presented a Joaquin Employee Scholarship. She is... + continue reading