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Tue
24
Nov

Logansport High Honors Veterans with Annual Appreciation Breakfast

Logansport High Honors Veterans with Annual Appreciation Breakfast

Due to COVID-19 mandates, the Annual Veterans Program was not held, but our veterans were still honored with the Veterans Appreciation Breakfast. Things were scaled down quite a bit, but those that attended were treated to a breakfast buffet.

 

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Wed
11
Nov

Mansfield Garden Club Chooses Winners for Oct.

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It seems that the Mansfield Garden Club members took exceptional notice to two businesses on Polk Street

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Thu
22
Oct

Clara Springs to Host Farm & Fam Day Oct. 24

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Clara Springs Baptist Camp and Conference Center, located at 4420 Hwy 177 in Pelican, will host Farm & Fam Day on Saturday, October 24, 2020 from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Admission to enter the set up of over 40 acres of vendors is $1.00 per person. All proceeds will go toward improvements and upkeep of the camp.

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Thu
22
Oct

Maple Springs B.C. Celebrates 120 Year Homecoming

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Maple Springs Baptist Church, located at 17013 Hwy 5 in Logansport, will host their Annual Homecoming on Sunday, November 1st at 11:00 A.M. We are celebrating 120 years of service to the community.

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Wed
07
Oct

Fall 2020 Super Plants are LA Natives

Fall 2020 Super Plants are LA Natives

2020 marks the 10th anniversary of the Louisiana Super Plants program. This year we celebrate by adding two true native woody plants: American beautyberry and our state tree, bald cypress.

American beautyberry (Callicarpa americana) is a deciduous, native shrub of North America and can be found growing naturally in the Southeast along the edges of forests, in low rich bottomlands, at the edges of swamps, in piney woods and in coastal woodlands. Growing 4 to 8 feet tall by 4 to 6 feet wide, it is an open, airy and loose spreading shrub bearing elliptic-shaped, light green to yellow leaves with toothed margins.

 

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Wed
07
Oct

DRHS Association Tournament Raffle Winners Announced

DRHS Association Tournament Raffle Winners Announced

Tyler Rambin won the basket of Game Calls donated by Haydel’s Game Calls. He is pictured with John Russell.

An unidentified winner of the black sport’s bag.

 

 

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Thu
24
Sep

Mansfield NAUW Presents 2020 Debutantes at Cotillion

Mansfield NAUW Presents 2020 Debutantes at Cotillion
Mansfield NAUW Presents 2020 Debutantes at Cotillion
Mansfield NAUW Presents 2020 Debutantes at Cotillion
Mansfield NAUW Presents 2020 Debutantes at Cotillion
Mansfield NAUW Presents 2020 Debutantes at Cotillion
Mansfield NAUW Presents 2020 Debutantes at Cotillion
Mansfield NAUW Presents 2020 Debutantes at Cotillion
Mansfield NAUW Presents 2020 Debutantes at Cotillion
Mansfield NAUW Presents 2020 Debutantes at Cotillion

The Mansfield Branch of the National Association of University Women (NAUW) celebrated three young ladies at their 2020 Debutante Cotillion on

Saturday, August 22. Nine young ladies were initially participating, but because of the change of the date due to the pandemic, only three were presented. Their accomplishments and ambitions were celebrated in front of immediate family and NAUW members.

The three young ladies who attended were Jeleal Samuels, B’Aunce Smith, who was named Miss Congeniality by her peers, and LaStylar Gilbert, who was crowned Debutante Queen. They received trophies, gifts, and scholarships.

 

 

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Wed
16
Sep

Community Bank Announces Retirement of John G. Russell

Community Bank Announces Retirement of John G. Russell

William E. Dorroh, President and CEO of Community Bank of Louisiana has announced the retirement of John Russell, Senior Vice President and Branch Manager of the Logansport Office. In making the announcement, Dorroh congratulated John on 18 years of service at Community Bank and 31 years of service in the banking industry.

John is a 1972 graduate of Logansport High School and a 1976 graduate of Northwestern State University. He is also a 1997 graduate of the School of Banking of the South at LSU.

Wed
16
Sep

Grand Cane Business Sponsors Blood Drive for Premature Infant Piper Pate

Grand Cane Business Sponsors Blood Drive for Premature Infant Piper Pate

During the weekend of the Village of Grand Cane’s Village Market on September 19, a blood drive is being sponsored between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. by Donna Tingle, owner of Gloria’s Sweet and Sassy Boutique and Merle Norman. The business is located at 8352 Hwy 171 in the downtown village area.

Between a hurricane and a global pandemic not to mention a steep increase in unemployment blood donations have taken a hit. The blood supply has become so low that LifeShare Blood Center sent out an emergency appeal for donors for the first time in over a year. The first appeal wasn’t enough, so during the same week, they sent a second emergency appeal.

Piper Pate’s parents are more concerned with the transfusion needs of their infant that was born premature at just 27 weeks…a full 3 months early. Since the little ones birth on May 20, 2020 Piper has undergone 9 transfusions.

 

 

Wed
05
Aug

Joaquin Senior Center to Remain Closed Due to COVID-19

Joaquin Senior Center to Remain Closed Due to COVID-19

Joaquin Senior Center Secretary Sue Smith has reported that in view of the Texas and Louisiana governors’ pausing further re-opening of their states, the center has decided to remain closed until mandates have changed.

Smith said that the Center is working on plans for when better COVID-19 news allows them to open.

 

 

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