The Ark-La-Tex Ambassador BBQ COOK-OFF has awarded six area high school seniors with college scholarships funded by the BBQ Cook-off Grillin for Grads event.
Green Oaks students in Shreveport get a lesson in STEM
Northwestern State University will expand its memorandum of understanding with Fort Polk by signing an addendum in which the university’s Leesville-Fort Polk campus will offer associate degrees in nursing and bachelor’s degrees in business administration, criminal justice, social work, hospitality management and tourism, nursing and general studies with concentrations in arts and communications, computer and natural science and social science.
LSU Shreveport Bass Team has a big reason to celebrate.
An Assistant Principal at a Natchitoches school has been arrested for allegedly striking a teacher with a paddle.
A local teacher's union supports the $108 million Caddo Parish school bond.
There was nothing routine about a sentencing hearing Tuesday in Atlanta that wrote the final legal chapter of one of the most massive school cheating scandals in the country.
Redwater High School students show off the $1,000 check they received for winning first place in the Pay Attention East Texas Traffic Safety Public Service Announcement competition held April 8 in Tyler.
With Lake Maurepas standing in for their classroom, LSU College of Agriculture students in the School of Renewable Natural Resources boarded a boat equipped with a generator and anodes. The anodes send electrical currents through the water to temporarily stun fish.
Northwest Louisiana Technical College’s Shreveport campus had 91 graduates complete degree, diploma, and certificate programs last fall.
For its exemplary record of leadership, service, and activities that serve to improve the school and community, Captain Shreve High School student Council has been awarded a 2015 National God Council of Excellence Award by the National Association of Student Councils.
Home Federal Bank recently donated $1,000 to scholarship funds benefiting Bossier and Caddo parish students.
Bossier Parish Community College is proud to announce its recipients of the annual NISOD Excellence Awards for outstanding commitment and contribution to their students and colleagues.
Grambling State University and the Louisiana State Board of Nursing have reached an agreement to maintain Grambling's undergraduate nursing program.
You're invited to the Spring Concert being presented by the Heritage Singers of Southern Arkansas University.
The future of Grambling State University's nursing program is in the hands of the state.
On May 2, 2015, voters in Caddo Parish have the opportunity to vote on a $108 million bond issue being proposed by the Caddo Parish School Board. If approved, the proceeds will be used to construct new schools in Blanchard, Southeast Shreveport and central Shreveport.
More than 120 Magnolia residents and members of the Southern Arkansas University family have already pre-registered for this weekend's Big Splash Spring Edition.
Louisiana’s graduation rates for the 2013/2014 school year are in, and Desoto parish not only clocked in the highest graduation rate in the state at 95%, it topped last year’s rate by 14%
With grants of nearly $125,000, Terry Davis, PhD, Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics, and Connie Arnold, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, are working with researchers across the country to help improve healthcare.
If your summer plans include reading then there will be plenty of books for you to choose from at the Shreve Memorial Library book sale.
The Masters of Science in Kinesiology-Coaching online program at Southern Arkansas University has attracted students from Philomath, Oregon, to the opposite side of the U.S. at Tarrytown, New York, and everywhere in between.
Sen. David Vitter has announced his plan as governor to protect the Louisiana State University, Health Sciences Center in Shreveport from further cuts and how to help them grow.
The East Texas Baptist University Board of Trustees have elected Dr. J. Blair Blackburn of Dallas, Texas, as its next president.
Dr. Jay B. Varkey, one of five Emory University infectious disease physicians who treated the first two patients with Ebola virus disease to be treated in the U.S., has accepted an invitation to deliver the 2015 commencement address at Centenary College.
The LSU Shreveport Debate Team returned home early last week from Boise State University just short of their goals, but proud of their accomplishments as they took 2nd place at the 2015 International Public Debate Association National Championship Tournament.
The Louisiana Department of Education announced Monday that Louisiana's four-year high school graduation rate achieved a record high in 2014, increasing for the fourth straight year to reach 74.6 percent, a 1.1 percentage point increase from 2013 and a 3.2 percentage point increase since 2011.
East Texas Baptist University will soon have a new leader.
The School of Nursing at Grambling State University received an official letter from the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN, formerly NLNAC) for all its nursing programs
Southern Arkansas University Foundation 's fifth annual Rip Powell Invitational Golf Tournament is just around the corner, and organizers are looking for teams to fill the remaining spots.
The Southern Arkansas University Alumni Association is hosting its annual Dinner of Distinction awards ceremony at 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 11, 2015, at the SAU Reynolds Center Grand Hall.
The Louisiana American Civil Liberties Union says the principal at Walnut Hill Elementary and Middle School violated students First Amendment rights when he sent a letter to parents urging them to pray.
Caddo Parish Public Schools has commenced an internal investigation into an open letter sent by the American Civil Liberties Union of Louisiana.
Angelyn McMurray, the president of the non-profit organization “We Are Free,” will be speaking at Southern Arkansas University about her charge to foster respect and eradicate exploitation.
A diesel powered equipment technology student at Northwest Louisiana Technical College’s Shreveport campus has been awarded a $1,000 scholarship by the Red River Street Rod Association.
The Southern Arkansas University STEM Center for K-12 Education has been awarded a grant from the Arkansas STEM Coalition to provide a one-day, hands-on science and engineering STEM leadership workshop for female students ranging from tenth grade in high school through college sophomores.
To mark National Doctors’ Day at University Health Shreveport, LSUHSC medical students switched roles with patients in the pediatric unit.
East Texas Baptist University crowned its 59th Miss ETBU over the weekend.
Caddo Parish Commissioner Michael Williams has been indicted for defrauding the Caddo Parish Commission and stealing from a nonprofit meant to help at-risk youth.
The American Medical Student Research Journal, an international, student-driven journal started by LSU Health Shreveport School of Medicine students, has released its second issue.
Dorothy Jones Washington has penned her second children’s e-book, “I’m Glad I’m Not a Zombie,” a rhyming poetic story that describes a child imagining how his life would be if he were one of the undead.
Werner Park Elementary in Shreveport received a major donation that will help transform its classrooms into the 21st century.
Crosscut sawing, canoeing, duck calling and ax throwing are some of the events LSU College of Agriculture students participated in at forestry and wildlife conclaves.
As Louisiana educators try to prepare students for a growing number of careers in seemingly divergent fields - science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, and mechanical trades - agriculture could provide common ground for training the state’s workforce of the future.
The Cammie G. Henry Research Center at Northwestern State University’s Watson Library is presenting an exhibit to celebrate the history of the university, its presidents and their families.
The TRiO Program at Southern University at Shreveport donated of over 2,000 white towels and white pillowcases to the Shreveport Bossier Rescue Mission.
Not everyone in one east Texas community supports a $109 million school bond.
Researchers at LSU Health Shreveport Health Sciences Center have made a significant discovery that could be used to help develop vaccines against a common virus that can have damaging effects on unborn babies and people with weakened immune systems.
A new tuition and fees table was introduced Tuesday at the Texarkana College Board of Trustees meeting showing a cost that remains in line with the state average for community colleges across Texas and among the lowest of all regional higher education institutions.
Nearly 440 4-H’ers representing every parish in the state attended the 2015 Junior Leadership Conference at Grant Walker 4-H Educational Center March 13-15.
Hallsville residents and workers say there's still a long way to go to get back to normal.