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Kissing Cardinals

tl-kissing cardinals

Theresa Lyons caught two cardinals sharing a close moment during Easter weekend.

LHS Hosts Entrepreneurship Day


Students of all ages were able to enjoy the many products offered for sale at the recent Lacassine High Student Market. Daily News photos by Aubrey Broussard

‘Turn It Up Tuesdays’ plans lineup for spring

Turn it up Tuesday pic

By KEVIN BRUCHHAUS Daily News Staff Writer The Jeff Davis Arts Council (JDAC), in conjunction with sponsors Joy Lebleu and the City of Jennings, will continue its six-week concert series known as “Turn it up Tuesdays.” The spring series will begin tonight with Elton native and local favorite Leroy Thomas and the Zydeco Roadrunners taking […]

Hit It If You Can

JHS Baseball Pic by Roger Pollard

Although it’s Spring Break, there’s no time to rest for the Jennings Diamond Dogs. The squad has been hot as of late, barreling through their last four games to claw back into the race for District 4-3A and sitting at 10-11 overall and 2-2 in district play. The Diamond Dogs will host the Iota Bulldogs […]

It’s Raining Eggs!


During Our Savior’s Church’s Saturday Egg Drop, families were able to enjoy fun activities under clear skies. Daily News photo by Sheila Smith

Achievement Day winners announced


Daily News Staff Report Over 450 4-H members from Jeff Davis Parish (JDP) took over the fairgrounds Thursday for their annual Achievement Day.

Egg-cellent Fun!


Last week’s Toddler Time at the Carnegie Library not only had a story hour, but it also concluded with a lively Easter egg hunt. Children ages 2-4 years old came to the library all dressed up for the day. After the story, they all went to the back yard of the library where a sea […]

Jennings man charged with unauthorized entry

Brent Barrow

The Jeff Davis Parish Sheriff’s Office (JDSO) received a complaint Wednesday night of a man attempting to enter a home on La. 26.

Easter’s On Its Way!


Students at Hathaway and James Ward elementary schools enjoyed pre-Easter activities Thursday before heading out for spring break. The kids were able to enjoy egg hunts, pocking, candy and more with their classmates. Daily News staff photo

Cassidy talks Keystone, deficit in Jennings

Daily News photo by Sheila Smith

By SHEILA SMITH Managing Editor U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy briefed local officials and residents on his goals for the next six years, and said he believes the biggest challenge to the nation is creating better jobs.

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