The Rayville High School ROTC presents the colors at Richland Parish’s annual Veteran’s Day ceremony Nov. 11. Despite the threat of bad weather, patriots filled the third floor courtroom at the Richland Parish Courthouse as speakers honored those who have served and continue to serve their country.
Mangham High School’s 2019 homecoming court is , front, Queen Leah Waller; second row, from left, Senior Maid Tori Hawthorne, Maid of Honor Abby Pruitt; third row, junior maids Colleen Case and Janiah Applewhite; fourth row, sophomore maids Ainsley Twiner and Madylin Wright; and, back, freshman maids Shana Waller and Olivia Dannehl.
Northeast Louisiana Ambulance and AirEvac of Rayville are shown working to airlift a patient from a serious crash on Saturday. The ambulance service urges motorists to ensure all occupants are properly restrained. Wearing your seat belt will dramatically reduce your chance of being injured or killed in a crash. While not all crashes are survivable, seat belts can greatly decrease the occupant’s chance of death and will greatly reduce the extent of injury.
Richland Parish deputies Frank Jones and Neal Harwell, Sheriff Gary Gilley, Delhi Mayor Jesse Washington and Rayville Mayor Harry Lewis and mingle with D.A.R.E. essay contest winners from throughout the parish.
Drugs and other paraphernalia were seized when the Richland Parish Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant Nov.
Accepting the 2019 small projects award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Louisiana are, from left, Matt Falati Jimmy Papia, Terri Dupre, Julie Baxter-Payer, Billy Robbins and Mark Moses.