Folks in Pecanland Mall in Monroe got to take a step back in time this weekend.
The Ouachita Public Library Main Branch at 1800 Stubbs Avenue in Monroe will host a community lunch meeting for individuals and business owners on Wednesday, December 11 at noon.
The auction is over the and the winning bid for the Duck Commander's one millionth duck call is in.
If you are interested in getting involved with the “Caring for Kids” charity, Denmon Engineering welcomes the support of the community. For more information, contact Ruby James at (318) 388-1422.
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents cited 4 Louisiana men for alleged deer hunting violations on November 30th in Bienville Parish.
The 13TH Annual KTVE-KARD Christmas Cheer Food Drive was a great success with 77,533 total pounds of food collected from 42 area schools that competed for big cash prizes.
U.S. Senator David Vitter announced today that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will award $815,380 in grants to the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission.
The Calhoun Christmas Parade will roll December 14 at 10 a.m.
Friday the Louisiana Reading Association (LRA) kicked off their 2-day annual state conference at Clarion Inn and Suites in Monroe
Arkansas Museum of Natural Resources has canceled the Holiday Light Extravaganza for tonight and Sautrday due to weather.
Funding has been made available to expand and build broadband access in 197 locations across Franklin, Lincoln and Union parishes.
Only one day remains for the auction for the Duck Commander’s one millionth duck call.
All members of the Louisiana National Guard will now be able to apply for benefits at any Guard installation, including troops who are legally married to same-sex partners in other states.
Price gouging laws are in effect in Arkansas with the State of Emergency Declaration.
The Monroe Christmas Tree lighting ceremony is being moved indoors.
Students in northeast Louisiana learn the importance of helping others.
A local 3rd grader is making it his mission to collect as many books as he can for book drive.
Political leaders are reacting to the death of Nelson Mandela.
Nelson Mandela, the revered South African anti-apartheid icon who spent 27 years in prison, led his country to democracy and became its first black president, died Thursday at home. He was 95.
About one in five people suffers from headaches and for some, it can be so debilitating, they are unable to function.