WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Farm Service Agency announced that higher levels of coverage are being offered through the Noninsured Crop Disaster Assistance Program, a safety net program.
Food availableSt. John Missionary Baptist Church Outreach Ministry is feeding those who need help from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at 6148 Gilead Road, Clinton. Contact the Rev. Linda Melton at (225) 454-0809 for information. Children's library sca…
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries agents cited 18 people, including several hunters in the Florida Parishes, for alleged turkey hunting violations during the opening weekend of the 2019 turkey hunting season, a news release said.
Fans of comic books, comic art and comic artists will gather from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 27, for the free Mid City Micro-Con at the Main Library at Goodwood, 7711 Goodwood Blvd., Baton Rouge.
CLINTON — Plans have changed for getting a backup water supply for the town, Mayor Lori Ann Bell told the Board of Aldermen on Tuesday.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will hold public meetings next week to share information and gather public input on an ongoing study of flood risk management along the Amite River and its tributaries.
CLINTON — Contractors interested in bidding on a massive road repair project are scheduled to meet April 25 to go over guidelines for the work, East Feliciana Parish police jurors learned Monday.
CLINTON — Officials say the 28-year-old man killed in the Friday night officer shooting in Clinton was armed with two guns and a civilian witness reported seeing an exchange of gunfire among him and two officers.
CLINTON — Tanquetra Spears waited for hours with her family in the dark Friday night and then into Saturday morning as her brother's body lay on the ground, exposed until about 4 a.m.
Authorities investigating an officer-involved shooting Friday night that left one person dead in Clinton were releasing almost no details about the circumstances as of Saturday evening.
Children's library scavenger huntThe East Feliciana 4-H Junior Leaders are hosting a scavenger hunt for children 12 and under at the Clinton and Jackson libraries. The scavenger hunt runs through April 30. Check in at the front desk to get started…
Girl Scouts of southeast Louisiana have more than a million reasons why they are the female entrepreneurs of tomorrow after completing another successful product sale during this year’s Cookie Program.
The National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution holds a contest to promote learning about history each year for elementary, middle school and high school students.
Students from West Feliciana Parish placed in five archery competitions in the 4-H invitational shooting match for the East Baton Rouge District. They are:
CLINTON — East Feliciana Parish Police Juror Dwight Hill said Tuesday he wants the Police Jury to move ahead with renovating the jury's offices to better serve the public.
The Jackson Assembly's Antiques and Art Show and Sale, held Friday through Sunday in Jackson, was filled once again with its namesake arts and antiques, as well as gumbo and desserts.
Clinton Market open SaturdayVisit the monthly market in Clinton from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday for homegrown produce; yard eggs; and homemade jams, jellies and preserves. The market also features porch furniture; locally grown plants and shrubs; o…
The National Kidney Foundation of Louisiana’s 13th annual Baton Rouge Kidney Walk is set to kick off from Highland Road Community Park and Grand Pavilion April 6.
CLINTON — School Superintendent Carlos Sam confirmed Tuesday he privately told East Feliciana Parish School Board members he is not asking them to extend his employment after his contract expires June 30.
When East Feliciana Parish Prison officials announced inmate Major Tarleton’s name at a graduation ceremony Wednesday, his mom jumped up from her foldout seat set out on the prison’s lawn.
BATON ROUGE — Habitat for Humanity of Greater Baton Rouge hosted a “Blessing of the Build” for its first homebuilding partnership with the Fourth District Missionary Baptist Association on Feb. 16. Nearly 40 volunteers came out for the blessing an…
West Feliciana Parish Superintendent Hollis Milton recently presented a trophy and a game ball to Bains Lower Elementary School first-grader Henry Gaddy to reward him for earning a spot in the Accelerated Reader 100 Point Club.
The East Feliciana Ministers Conference was Feb. 16 at the Jackson Civic Center in Jackson. The theme of the conference was “His Mandate, Our Mission.”
Jackson Elementary School’s pre-K and kindergarten classes hosted a St. Patrick’s Day parade on March 15 as a reward for all Jackson Elementary School students who demonstrated great behavior and citizenship during the month of February.
Jackson Elementary School fourth-graders conducted scientific experiments and visited exhibits during a field trip to the Louisiana Arts & Science Museum in Baton Rouge.
Students in Raegan Thompson’s first-grade class at Jackson Elementary School have been practicing descriptive writing in the classroom. The writing lessons were displayed in class.
The following people were booked into the East Feliciana Parish jail by area law enforcement agencies, including the Clinton, Jackson, Norwood, Slaughter and Wilson police departments, the East Feliciana Parish Sheriff’s Office and State Police, f…
The mock trial team from West Feliciana High School has advanced to state competition, defeating Zachary High School to win its regional competition for the third year in a row.
During a recent staff development day at West Feliciana Middle School, a fish fry was held to show appreciation for faculty and staff.
Students at Bains Elementary School in St. Francisville got a swinging introduction to America's classical music with a presentation of "Jazz: The Early Years," made possible by the Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation.
Students in Lacey Jewell's social studies class at West Feliciana Middle School wrapped up on unit on Roman history by creating hands-on projects in a number of styles.