Wednesday May 8
Northern Exposure Brings NELA Leaders to Baton Rouge
It was a bright and early start for Northeast Louisiana business, education, city and parish leaders, arriving by bus in Baton Rouge Tuesday morning.
Brown to head Homeland Security
The Ouachita Parish Police Jury on Monday approved Archie Neal Brown to serve as the new Ouachita Parish Homeland Security director.
Monroe military man likely to be named Ouachita Homeland Security Director
Archie Neal Brown of Monroe, a Rayville native with 20 years of military experience, will be recommended to take over as director of Ouachita Parish Homeland Security just as the hurricane season approaches on June 1. Police Jury President Shane Smiley, Monroe Mayor Jamie Mayo and West Monroe Mayor Dave Norris, members of the Homeland Security ... (more)
Arabie and Yancey
Brother Darryl Tate officiated the ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs.
Morris and Trisler
<![CDATA[Andrea and Chris Morris of Rayville, La. are pleased to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Olivia Marie, to Reed Morrow Trisler, son of Kym and Rayland Trisler of Rayville. The bride- elect is the granddaughter of Linda and Travis Rawls of Epps, La. and Ann and Orie Gene Morris of Rayville. Reed is the grandson of Laquetta and Emmett Brown Jr. of Rayville and Brenda and Ray Trisler of Start, La. and the late Barbara Rae of West Monroe, La. Olivia is a graduate of Riverfield Academy and is employed with Morris Veterinary Hospital. Reed is a graduate of Riverfield Academy and currently attends ULM pursuing a degree in finance. The couple will marry at 2 p.m. on June 8, 2013 at First Baptist Church, Rayville.
New Salem Missionary Baptist Church will have a "Church Wide Rummage Sale" from 6 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday.
St. Mary Parish's Most Wanted: New additions include men wanted on theft charges
New additions to April's most wanted list for St. Mary Parish include a 19-year-old man wanted on a warrant for theft of a firearm and a 51-year-old man wanted on warrants for two counts of theft more than $500, two counts of bank fraud and two counts of forgery.