Niaja Jones is asking the public to help a family in need.
Visitors are invited to join archaeologists March 3 at Poverty Point as they search for artifacts by water screening excavated soil.
Poverty Point Station Archaeology’s current project involves surveying and shovel testing land surrounding the site, to determine how the ancient people of Poverty Point used their surrounding environment. Guests are welcome to watch, learn, and participate in water screening under the guidance of the on-site archaeologists.
The Rayville Police Department made the following arrests for the week of Feb. 12-18.
• Bruce Hike, 61 120 Reese Lane #7, Hull Ga.; disturbing the peace by simple drunk.
• Lametress Jones, 28, 504 Spencer St., Rayville; harassment.
• Lasonjia Dill, 41, 209 Foster St., Rayville; battery on a juvenile.
• Jordan Derek, 26, 2556 Wade Road, Pioneer; no driver’s license.
Becky Smith of West Monroe will sign copes of her book, “The Delhi Mafia” from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. March 7 at E.W. Thompson’s Drugstore in Delhi.
Smith’s novel is the story of three small town country girls from Delhi who discover a striking resemblance between their new elderly neighbor to that of Elvis Presley.
After some rather intense undercover investigating they see that sexy sideways grin and hear the famous, “Thank you, thank you ver’ much.”
Thomas Fellows is breaking new ground with his new book, “Forget Self-Help.”
In his book, Fellows draws upon her personal experiences as well as his knowledge of history, psychology and scripture to offer advice on living a fulfilling life.
The secret, he points out, can be as simple as following the Bible’s advice in Matthew 7:12. Better known as the Golden Rule, the verse advises people to treat others as they would like to be treated.
Fellows contends that the best way to help yourself is to help others.