Despite the warm weekend, the National Weather Service of Shreveport warns that winter conditions are possible this week.
t they teach: In conjunction with Homecoming basketball games, the Chapel Hill Education Foundation (CHEF) will be holding the 15th Annual Go Big Red event this Friday (2/7) from 4 to 8 p.m. in the multipurpose facility.
The Honors Program at Northeast Texas Community College will host a premiere of their new original historical film production Starlight: Adina De Zavala and the Making of a Patriotic Supersite on Friday, Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. in the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts on the NTCC campus. The event is free and the public is invited to attend. Thanks to the patrons of Honors Northeast, there will also be free refreshments after the film and a panel discussion led by student actors and directors of the feature-length production.
LaWyanda Prince (D) announces run for Texas House District 5. Prince says she is running because, “she cares how education is being funded and how teachers are being paid to educate our future leaders. She cares whether our state provides health care to all Texans regardless of income or ethnicity. She cares whether our children can attend school without being afraid of emotional or bodily harm. She cares whether our state continues to fight for competitive salaries for all constituents. She cares about what is important to you and the effect that it has on our community.”
Mount Pleasant High School senior, Caroline Rose, was recently selected as the MPHS Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Good Citizen.