There have been several “newsy” tidbits concerning the Avoyelles Parish public school system in the past week or so.
Ah, the wonders of the modern age. The world and all of its accumulated knowledge, past and present, is literally at our fingertips via that one-eyed monster sitting on the desk.
For all intents and purposes, Avoyelles Parish has been as desegregated as it could be for the past 30 years.
When Louisianians think about energy, most immediately think about oil and natural gas. A few in North Louisiana may add lignite coal to that list.
A reader, a former police officer as it turns out, came by the office to ask a few questions about a recent high-speed chase that began in Bunkie with an escape of a “disturbing the peace” suspect