Trail markers blaze way for art exhibit on Wild Azalea Trail
he Wild Azalea Trail spans is the longest continuous trail in Louisiana. The WAT winds through the Kisatchie National Forest in Central Louisiana. It spans about 28 miles from Woodworth to Valentine Lake. Bolen, an artist and artistic director at River Oaks Square Arts Center and owner of Indian Cr
Exploring Black History & The Margaret Walker Center
In honor of Black History month, a podcast about famed writer and poet Margaret Walker, oral histories of the civil rights movement, and more…with Dr. Robert Luckett of Jackson State University. Show Notes: CLICK HERE to visit the Digital Archives at the Margaret Walker Center: They include a digital archives project, book[Read More]
Why There's Safety in Numbers for Walkers and Cyclists
MHS honors top students
Maplesville High School congratulated students who earned all A’s on the second nine weeks reports card with a reception of punch and cookies on Jan. 18.
FMCHS honors top grads
Five, or one-fifth, of the 2017 graduating seniors at Father McGivney Catholic High School (FMCHS) were recognized for earning Summa Cum Laude academic honors during Father McGivney’s graduation ceremonies on May 21. In addition to these bright students, one other FMCHS student received Magna Cum Laude honors for attaining a GPA of 3.7 to 3.899 and another five students received Cum Laude honors for a GPA…
Ceremony for Camp Roswell historic marker set for Dec. 13
The public is invited to attend a dedication ceremony Thursday, Dec. 13 to celebrate the placement of a historical marker at Camp Roswell, one of the first and most expansive prisoners of war camps built in the U.S. during World War II Roswell Chamber of Commerce Redcoats will host a ribbon cutting and a brief presentation at 1:30 p.m. where the marker will stand near Camp Roswell south of the intersection of Orchard Park Road and U.S. 285, according to a press release…
CHS Honors Top Seniors
Submitted by admin on Thu, 06/01/2017 - 1:40pm Photo Pictured are the top seven students in the class of 2017 from Calais High School with the teachers who got up to speak about them at last Wednesday's ceremony. (from left to right) Kaitlyn Cavanaugh with teacher Mr. Smith, Kianna Pike with Mrs. Sullivan, Daniel Fransiscus with Ms. Jones, Kasidee Ramsey with Mrs. Cline, Kobe Gillespie who was also spoke for by Mr.
Alexander: Dodgers’ Walker Buehler the ace-in-waiting? Why not?
One year after arriving in L.A. as a September call-up, hard-throwing Walker Buehler is a key member of the Dodgers’ rotation, mixing elite ability and an advanced understanding of when and h…
Herschel Walker on the Browns in 1989 is a great What If?
The Browns' last legitimate shot at a Super Bowl was nearly 30 years ago when in 1989 they advanced to the AFC championship game.
Here’s how you can help David and Margaret Youth and Family Services
La Verne facility seeks volunteers for summer service day.
Margaret Atwood, author of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ to speak, take questions at UC Riverside
She will join 22 other authors at the 42nd Writers Week, set for February.
Tips for surviving calamity on the hiking trail
When it comes to survival in the wilderness, the Scouts have it right: Be prepared. The same holds true for a day hike in the woods.
What Margaret Chase Smith’s ouster could mean for Susan Collins
The 1972 election showed Maine that political icons can be soundly defeated.
Vaqueras in search of top honors at nationals
SIGNAL PEAK — Points figure to be plentiful for the Central Arizona College women’s track and field team in this week’s NJCAA Outdoor Championships. The second-ranked Vaqueras are hopeful of
EHS cadets earn top honors
CORDOVA -- The Edisto High School Air Force Junior ROTC unit SC-20021 had its annual awards ceremony Thursday, May 9, in the school's auditorium, where a group of student cadets
Lessons for budding artists and writers
Young Authors Young Artist Conference grows to include 1,500 over 3 days
EHS journalists take top honors
JULIA BIGGS • email@example.com Photo: Julia Biggs • Intelligencer Image 1 of 1 Co-advisor Lauren Mudge left and Edwardsville High School journalistm teacher Amanda Thrun, fifth from left, stand with the EHS journalism students who recently tied for first place in the state competition at Eastern Illinois University. less Co-advisor Lauren Mudge left and Edwardsville High School journalistm teacher Amanda Thrun, fifth from left, stand with…