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Homecoming 2016

The Jennings community rallied for the Bulldogs’ homecoming parade on Main Street Friday.

While preparing to attack the Rosepine Eagles, Lake Arthur Tigers enjoyed homecoming week fun. Thursday evening, the community enjoyed a bonfire while Friday morning at Lake Arthur Elementary, students had their own block party where they danced and played ahead of that night’s football.

Hargrave, Tigers bounce back with 33-14 win over Rosepine


LAKE ARTHUR – The Lake Arthur Tigers celebrated Homecoming in fine fashion, as they used a vicious ground attack, rolling to a 33-14 win over the Rosepine Eagles. With the win, the Tigers advance to 3-1 for the season while the Eagles remain winless at 0-4. Senior halfback Trey Hargrave was once again the workhorse […]

Give me some pep

The first annual Bulldog Homecoming Pep Rally was a success Thursday night, as the student body, along with family, friends and members of Bulldog Nation filled the stands at Jerry Simmons Stadium to cheer on the Jennings High School (JHS) Bulldogs football team.

Pup theft perpetrators nabbed by JDSO


Four people were arrested this week in the theft of three pit bull puppies. The investigation into the theft began earlier in the month when the Jeff Davis Sheriff’s Office (JDSO) received a complaint in reference to the stolen pups from a residence on Monger Road. According to JDSO Chief Deputy Chris Ivey, detectives followed […]

Domination: Welsh offense too much for Iota in 49-6 win


WELSH – The Welsh Greyhounds rolled up 432 yards of total offense to move to 4-0 for the season with a 49-6 victory over the Iota Bulldogs. The Hounds ran for 385 yards and added another 47 through the air for the convincing win. “We want to keep improving each week, and tonight I felt […]

Turning it up

Rusty Yates opened the fall series of Turn It Up Tuesdays at Founders Park this week. The free concerts will take place from 6-8 p.m. each Tuesday through October 25.

Mayor proclaims October as International Alpha Delta Kappa Month

Duhon is shown with Immediate Past President  of La. ,Diana LeBlanc (left), and President of Nu Chapter in Lake Charles, Linda LeBert-Corbello (right).

Jennings Mayor Terry Duhon signed a proclamation designating October a International Alpha Delta Kappa Month. Alpha Delta Kappa is an international honorary organization of women educators dedicated to educational excellence, altruism and world understanding. The purpose of the sorority is to give recognition to outstanding women educators and build fellowship among women in the field […]

LAHS celebrates

Students at Lake Arthur High School dressed as their favorite heroes and villains as part of homecoming week festivities.

Shooting Sports Club seeks members, volunteers


Gun and bow sports are a way of life in Southwest Louisiana, and the growing numbers in Jeff Davis Parish 4-H Shooting Sports Club members reflect that lifestyle. Jeff Davis 4-H Program Assistant Tiffiany Cormier said as shooting sports are becoming more popular among youth, high schools have  begun forming shooting groups within the academic environment. […]

Rolls and rolls of fun

Jennings High School (JHS) homecoming festivities are officially underway, and the popular tradition of toilet papering fellow students’ homes is still going strong.

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