Annie B. Blunt
North Franklin Waterworks officials are looking into the construction of a water treatment plant along with other ways of improving water conditions for customers, said Devon Goodman, board of director’s president.
In light of severe icy weather conditions, the U.S. Postal Service's delivery of copies of The Ouachita Citizen, The Franklin Sun, and the Concordia Sentinel to subscribers may be delayed.
Offshore oil exploration can go hand-in-hand with President Joe Biden’s stated goals of reducing carbon emissions and fighting climate change, Louisiana officials argued Wednesday.
Customers of North Franklin Water Works, Inc. have suffered with dark water for years and will continue to suffer until the system builds a new treatment plant, said Ken McManus, engineer with McManus Consulting Engineers and system customer.
Gilbert Town Council members passed resolutions in support of grants that, if approved, would provide money for renovation of city hall and purchase of water meters.
Winnsboro’s assets exceeded it liabilities by $7.46 million at the close of its fiscal year, according to an audit report released by the Louisiana Legislative Auditor’s office.
The Louisiana Supreme Court on Monday ordered no new civil or criminal jury trials should begin before March 1 because concerns about COVID-19.
Franklin Parish School Board had $9.2 million in revenue sources for November, according to budget numbers released earlier this month in the School Board’s regular meeting.
Charles F. Kennell III pre-trial has been continued to March 9 and his trial continued until July 19, according to Penny Douciere, Fifth Judicial district attorney.
State lawmakers say they plan to scrutinize the state's process of seeking proposals from electronic voting machine vendors like Dominion Voting Systems before bids are let sometime this year.
Regional hospital beds are nearing capacity making Franklin Medical Center’s and Northeast Louisiana (NELA) Ambulance Service’s job hard but not impossible.
The Louisiana Community and Technical College System did not have adequate controls to ensure the annual financial report was accurately prepared, causing $88.7 million to be misclassified as unrestricted rather than restricted, the Louisiana Legislative Auditor says.
Winnsboro officials may not be in breach of contract for not paying approximately $60,000 for work on the municipal airport after reviewing a certificate of substantial completion.