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21
May

Weyerhaeuser’s Zwolle mill receives safety award

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The Weyerhaeuser Company sawmill in Zwolle is the recipient of the 2019 Sawmill Safety Award in Division I, presented by the Southern Forest Products Association (SFPA).  The Zwolle facility maintained a perfect safety record during all of 2019, with no lost-time occupational injuries or illnesses. This is the fifth consecutive year the Zwolle mill has received this respected award.

SFPA lumber manufacturer members are considered for the award based on information submitted regarding occupational injuries and illnesses. The results for 2019 included reports from 52 mills that recorded nearly 18 million employee hours. Safety performance is judged by how each mill’s safety record stacks up against facilities with comparable lumber output throughout the year. Division I covers facilities that produce 50 million board feet or less of Southern Pine lumber annually.

Thu
21
May

Kimbrough arrested after three injured in shooting

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Anthony W. Kimbrough was arrested this week after a Tuesday, May 19 shooting in the area of Esso Drive in Many. 

Following his arrest, he was charged with three counts of attempted first degree murder.  Three were sent to the hospital for treatment and are recovering.

More charges are pending.

Thu
21
May

Sabine native Cade Brumley selected as state superintendent of education

Dr. Cade Brumley

The Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education named Northwestern State University alumnus Dr. Cade Brumley state superintendent of education Wednesday.  Brumley will replace John White, who resigned earlier this year.

“As a Louisiana native, I am extremely honored to be selected by a student-friendly BESE,” Brumley said. “Louisiana may not be the largest state in the union, but we have a big table for collaboration. I look forward to bringing people together to collectively move our state forward. We are primed for continued improvement, drawing on successes of the past and the promise for our future. I will fight for our children, families, and communities each day. They deserve our best.”

Wed
20
May

Choctaw Apache Tribe of Ebarb to hold elections

Choctaw Apache Tribe of Ebarb to hold elections

The Choctaw Apache Tribe of Ebarb announces that tribal elections will be held on August 1. Positions that are on the ballot are Tribal Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer, and six at large council positions.

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Wed
20
May

Trotter LaFollette selected for 2021 Hawaii Tiki Bowl

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Trotter LaFollette

Trotter LaFollette, Many High School Senior, has been selected as a kicker/punter for the Hawaii Tiki Bowl which will take place on January 3, 2021 in Honolulu, Hawaii.

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Wed
20
May

CLTCC outlines plans for summer, fall return to schools; tuition discounts

Central Louisiana Technical Community College (CLTCC) officials are continuing preparations to safely re-open classes for summer and fall semesters in all programs. Plans are centered around having students on-campus and online as appropriate.

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Wed
20
May

Remain cautious as Louisiana begins first phase reopening

When Louisiana begins its first phase of reopening the economy following weeks of a stayat-home order on May 15, people will need to continue to take precautions to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

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Wed
20
May

Town of Many moves toward reopening; will not enforce COVID-19 restrictions

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Mayor Ken Freeman

On May 12, the town of Many released a letter stating that it is looking past the current COVID-19 pandemic and wants to reopen in the coming weeks and months.

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Wed
13
May

Town of Many moves toward reopening; will not enforce COVID-19 restrictions

On May 12, the town of Many released a letter stating that it is looking past the current COVID-19 pandemic and wants to reopen in the coming weeks and months.

“The city’s proclamation dealing with COVID-19 will expire on May 15,” a letter penned by Mayor Ken Freeman states.  “I have no plans to issue additional restrictions dealing with COVID-19 in the city of Many.  Based on the governor’s press conference, he is moving to Phase 1 for reopening state economic activities.”

He continues that over the last three months of federal, local, and state proclamations that the people understand the risks and dangers of the coronavirus.  He states that we also understand what measures must be taken to protect yourself, your family, and the community from this risk and danger.

Wed
13
May

Asian hornet not found in Louisiana

Asian hornet not found in Louisiana

LSU AgCenter experts have been getting inquiries from the public about Asian giant hornets, but it’s not believed the insects have spread to Louisiana.

“We’ve been getting a lot of phone calls and emails,” said AgCenter public health entomologist Kristen Healy.

Some calls have been made by people who suspect they have seen one of the hornets that turn out to be other insects.

“There are a lot of things that look like them,” Healy said.

 

 

 

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