A prison inmate organization at Raymond Laborde Correctional Center hopes to improve its members’ ability to re-enter society by improving their communication skills.
Barely seen at top left is Brent Scallan who is dwarfed by the size of this crater 16 feet deep and 158 feet long on Lee Street stretching across Waddil Street near Marksville High (in background). A sinkhole developed during a street repair project. The concrete substance poured to fill the sinkhole entered the sewer line through a broken manhole cover, blocking the sewer line. The city then had to replace that section of sewer line, which was installed in the 1930s or 1940s. Scallan, a local contractor, was looking over the site last week.
A series of unfortunate events on Waddil Street could end up costing the City of Marksville $100,000.
All proceedings in the case against accused murderer Michael Mayeaux have been stopped while he is being treated at East Feliciana State Hospital in Jackson.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD), advises the public that the Simmesport bridge on La.
The 31st Annual Louisiana Corn Festival will be held in Bunkie this Thursday-Saturday (June 8-10) on Lake Street next to Haas Auditorium on the grounds of the Bunkie Walking Track.