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Tea for Two

Two-year-old Ella Mott gives her dad, Kenny Mott, a sip of homemade tea Sunday during the family’s Father’s Day Tea Party. Proud mom, Monica Mott of Roanoke, submitted the photo for publication as a “Happy Father’s Day” gift. For more local news, please subscribe to Jennings Daily News by clicking the “SUBSCRIBE” link at left […]

Senate passes Welsh golf cart bill

Dist. 37 State Rep. Johnny Guinn’s bill to allow golf cart crossings in Welsh has successfully made it through the Senate, and after one more vote in the House, it will head to the governor’s office for final approval. Guinn’s House Bill (HB) 249 initially met with some resistance on the Senate floor, but was […]

Smoke ‘em while you’ve got ‘em

You can already see them on the Internet, but soon, you’ll be seeing them in stores – the new U.S. Surgeon General’s warning images on cigarette packs. The FDA will require those images to take up the top half of cigarette packs starting in 2012, and the hope is that the images wills stop people […]

U.S.A. verses Greece

Can we compare Greece to the United States? Probably only in very liberal terms. The United States economy is huge – Greece’s is tiny. Our United States debt will reach 75 percent of the economy production this year, whereas Greece’s debt stands at 125 percent of its economic production. Our monetary system, the dollar, is […]

Sunday is World Drug Day

World Drug Day is June 26, an international day against drug abuse and illicit trafficking established by the United Nations (UN) General Assembly in 1987. The UN passed a resolution in 1987 as an expression of its determination to strengthen action and cooperation to achieve the goal of an international society free of drug abuse. […]

Two perish in weekend wrecks

Friday was a day of tragedy in Acadia Parish as two separate accidents claimed the lives of a Jennings man and a Morse man during the afternoon hours. The first incident may have happened as early as Tuesday, though the body of the man was not found until Friday. According to La. State Police Troop […]

To Dad, with love

Brothers Nathan, 3, and Cody, 7, work together to wrap the perfect Father’s Day gift for their dad, Travis Hodge of Evangeline. For more local news, please subscribe to Jennings Daily News by clicking the “SUBSCRIBE” link at left or by calling 337-824-3011.

Welsh aldermen ask for LSP assistance

WELSH – The Board of Aldermen here unanimously voted to ask Gov. Bobby Jindal’s office for Louisiana State Police (LSP) patrol assistance during a special meeting Saturday morning. The move came after increasing problems in the northwest portion of the town has led to gun violence in recent months. For the complete story and more […]

Redistricting maps for PJ available for public view

Citizens and any potential candidates for a Jeff Davis Parish Police Jury seat in this fall’s election are being urged to take a look at the two proposed redistricting plans on the table at the Registrar of Voters Office. Registrar of Voters Lorraine Dees said she, her staff and a citizen advisory board have spent […]

Candy from babies, wheelchairs from elderly

My paternal great-grandparents were wonderful people. They had compassion for those around them, compassion that stemmed from a generation that had to pull together to overcome both world wars and the Great Depression. They worked hard for all they had and appreciated what was theirs, even though it wasn’t much. Their belief that others had […]

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