E Edition Archive

February, 2024

  • 23 February

    News Briefs

    Grambling alumnito be honored Feb. 25The Union Museum of History and Art in Farmerville will host a special reception on Sunday, Feb. 25, at 3 p.m., to recognize Grambling State University honors graduates.The event, presented by the Grambling State University Honors College and Office of Continuing Education, will recognize selected local Grambling alumni who have graduated from the Honors College …

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  • 16 February

    Fishing Report

    Glynn HarrisGlynn Harris is a long-time outdoor writer from North Louisiana and has won more than 50 writing and broadcasting awards during his 47 year career. BLACK BAYOU – The water is rising and a few crappie are showing up around the trees on shiners and jigs. Bass have been fair on spinners and swim baits. Contact Honey Hole Tackle …

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  • 16 February

    News Briefs

    Grambling alumnito be honored Feb. 25The Union Museum of History and Art in Farmerville will host a special reception on Sunday, Feb. 25, at 3 p.m., to recognize Grambling State University honors graduates.The event, presented by the Grambling State University Honors College and Office of Continuing Education, will recognize selected local Grambling alumni who have graduated from the Honors College …

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  • 15 February

    Farmerville Sanitation Department

    Town of Farmerville Sanitation Dept will be closed Monday Feb 19th for President’s Day. Trash pickup will be running a day behind but please have you trash out on your regular scheduled day.

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  • 8 February

    News Briefs

    Union Black Heritage Festival coming up The 31st Annual Union Black Heritage festivities kick off Friday with the annual Black Heritage banquet, 6:30 p.m. at the Willie Davis, Jr. Recreation Center, 116 Cox Ferry Rd. in Farmerville.The annual Black Heritage Festival will occur the following weekend, Feb. 16-17 at the courthouse parking lot in Farmerville.Banquet tickets are $35 per person …

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  • 1 February

    Landry scuttles D’Arbonne college campus, for now

    Staff and News Service Report The red line shows where the proposed Farmerville campus of Delta Community College will be built, if funding is restored. The new Delta Community College campus on Lake D’Arbonne, announced barely three months ago, has been scuttled by Gov. Jeff Landry’s new administration, according to the Louisiana Legislative Auditor. The $18 million campus that could …

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January, 2024

  • 22 January

    Fishing Report

    BLACK BAYOU – No report. Water at 323-8707 for latest information.BUSSEY BRAKE – The crappie have moved deep with some good fish caught on shiners and jigs. Bass are fair flipping jigs or slow rolling spinners around the trees. For latest information, contact the Honey Hole at 323-8707.OUACHITA RIVER – Crappie have been best fishing jigs or shiners around submerged …

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  • 12 January

    Abercrombie passes the gavel

    Staff Report The first meeting of the newly elected police jury took place on January 9, 2023, with President Brenda Abercrombie passing the gavel to incoming President Glen Hutto.  Abercrombie was elected in 2019 and  took office in January 2020 making history  during her first term as the first female president of the jury during 2022 and 2023. She was …

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  • 11 January

    Farmerville Sanitation Department

    Will be closed Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr Day. We will be running a day behind. Please have your trash out at your regular schedule day.

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  • 10 January

    News Briefs

    Public invited to UPPJswearing in ceremonyThe public is invited to attend the swearing in ceremony for the newly-elected Union Parish Police Jury.The ceremony will take place Tuesday during the Jury’s first meeting of the new year. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. at the Courthouse Annex, 303 E Water St. in Farmerville.The public will have a chance to meet and …

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  • 10 January

    Fishing Report

    Glynn HarrisGlynn Harris is a long-time outdoor writer from North Louisiana and has won more than 50 writing and broadcasting awards during his 47 year career. BLACK BAYOU – No report. Water is low. Contact Honey Hole Tackle Shop 323-8707 for latest information.BUSSEY BRAKE – The big bass continue to be caught with some to 11 pounds caught on jigs …

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December, 2023

  • 14 December

    Farmer’s win State Championship with winner-take-all two point try

    By Markel BraggsContributing WriterWhat an ending to a great season!! We are the Division III non-select 2023 State Champions!Coach Joe Spatfora, the assistant coaches, and the Farmers’ football team entered the 2023 season with many high school football experts and enthusiasts and even some fans believing this was going to be a rebuilding year, not a championship year. But the …

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