I have often been guilty of careless concern for the feelings of others. I may not be guilty of intentional harm or insult; but another person may have felt slighted or, perhaps thought I had intended to call attention to some fault in their life.
Communities become involved By Leo Chappelle
GIANT FIR: A lumberjack lies in the cut of a giant fir while his co-workers pose for a photo in 1902. (Credit: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, D.C.)
I think the air control box for the house was damaged last week, switching it from heat to cool to heat to cool, on a daily basis. The cold weather for the entire upcoming week has me cheering, for the fireplace can have a good fire, and soup can simmer on the stove every day.
We’re off to a good start this year. We have a substantially new Police Jury with fresh enthusiasm for the job. The school board had a clean annual audit.
Where were you on New Year’s Eve, December 31, 1999? If you were like a lot of people all over the world, your New Year’s Eve celebrations were overshadowed by a looming fear that the world as we know it might come to an end a few seconds after the stroke of midnight.
Recovery is a lifelong process of improving health and well-being while living independently. Many people suffering from addiction achieve sobriety. Recovery is difficult. It involves changing your outlook on life, your behavior and in some cases your environment.
THIS CIVIL WAR-ERA map was drawn a decade after the Louisiana Supreme Court ruled for the Concordia Parish Police Jury in a case involving a levee. The levee in question was located on the Concordia side across the Mississippi from Ellis Cliffs (shown at bottom of the map).
These big rains we’re having in January have me a bit uneasy, for this is the way 2019 began. Look what the rivers did to us last year with multiple inch rains starting at the beginning of the year. We just don’t need another awful year like last year, water-wise.
This Monday, January 13th, courthouse meeting room 103 was filled with people happily proud to witness the ascendance of their family and friends to the office of Police Juror of Catahoula Parish. Libby Ford, Jackie Paulk, Ben Otwell, Delores McEntyre, and Judy Duhon have stepped down.