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Journal offering three $3,000 scholarships at NSU for undecided 2022-23 students

Students who aren’t sure where they’ll go to college this fall are encouraged to apply for the Journal Services NSU Scholarships, which will award three new Northwestern State University students up to $3,000 in the next school year.

Applications are being accepted beginning today through midnight June 8. A link to a simple online application form is available at the bottom of this story.

The scholarships are designed to assist Class of 2022 high school students who haven’t settled on a college choice, as well as students currently enrolled at other higher-education institutions who are considering transferring to NSU in Natchitoches.

They are being provided by Journal Services, LLC, the business that serves local and area residents by providing the framework for the Jackson Parish Journal. Journal Services, LLC, is based in Natchitoches and supports 12 journals covering north central and northwest Louisiana.

“We know there are students who haven’t decided yet where they’ll go to college this fall. We know that in many cases, money is a key factor in making college accessible,” said Bill Vance, general manager of Journal Services, LLC. “We are providing three game-changing scholarships bringing eager students to NSU to take advantage of the excellent academic programs here, and to live in a community where there are plenty of opportunities to find part-time jobs and to have a great student experience.”

A successful applicant from Jackson Parish will join 33 other local students who attend Northwestern. Among the university’s 81,000 alumni, 184 currently live in Jackson Parish.

Applicants are asked to provide their high school GPA (and college GPA if applicable), and also, report their ACT score along with listing honors, extracurricular activities and other relevant information on the form. That information will provide a basis for selecting the three winners.

The scholarship awards are for $1,500 cash per semester in the 2022-23 academic year. To renew the scholarship for the Spring 2023 semester, winners must post at least a 2.7 Fall semester GPA at NSU.

Scholarship winners must live in Natchitoches Parish during the upcoming school year. They are also required to have in-person, face-to-face instruction for 75 percent of their classes in 2022-23.

Students who have already accepted financial aid awards from Northwestern are not eligible to apply.

APPLICATION:  To Apply – Click Here

Kansas basketball: A psychiatrist’s dream

Kansas is a 4.5-points favorite against Villanova Saturday in the first of two NCAA Tournament semifinal games. Duke and North Carolina will follow at approximately 7:49; the Blue Devils are a 4-points favorite.

Hello, Awesome Saturday Night. Except …

If you see a Kansas fan between now and then, and if he or she is gnawing on tree bark and unable to mumble a complete sentence, move along. Yes, the Jayhawks are favorites. Yes, Kansas has a basketball tradition as rich as anyone’s.

But yes, Kansas come Tournament time is a heartache waiting to happen.

East Coast. West Coast. Midwest. Deep South. Historically, the Kansas basketball program has arguably left more hoop-loving hearts broken all over this great land and on the Final Four Road than any other program that’s ever dared nail up a peach basket.

They’ve got the awesome old-school gym. The simple, bright, cheerful uniforms you could probably wear to church and get away with. That happy-go-lucky Jayhawk mascot.

It’s a program that’s strung together a ridiculous 31 straight NCAA Tournament appearances, the most ever. All the Jayhawks do is win.

Until it’s time to finish. Kansas has only three NCAA Tournament titles in its illustrious history.

Which is three more than lots of programs, for sure. Most anyone would trade for what Kansas has been able to do, generation after generation.

And still, their reputation is that of a Bracket Buster. Kansas giveth, and Kansas taketh away. Saturday will mark the program’s 16th trip to the Final Four, which means that for all their trips to the mountaintop, the Jayhawks have left as King of the Hill only once every five times.

They’ve been runners-up six times, college basketball’s equivalent of baseball’s 1950s’ Brooklyn Dodgers and 1990s’ Atlanta Braves.

Bridesmaids City.

Recent history:

In 2010, Northern Iowa, historically one of the finest programs in all of the great state of Iowa, bounced them out.

In 2011 as the Tournament’s No.1-seed, Kansas was dismissed by VCU in the Elite Eight. (Time flies; Shaka Smart seems like last week.)

2014, they got Stanford-ed, although it’s important to remember that Kansas was Joel Embiid-less thanks to an unfortunate injury.

2016 and 2018, well, we’ll come back to that in a sec.

In 2020, the Jayhawks were ranked No. 1 in some polls and … The Ultimate Indignity … the Tournament was pandemically cancelled.

So here they are again with head-scratching Kansas, never ranked No. 1 this season, yet champions of the Midwest Regional and the only No.1 Regional seed left in the ballgame. If you are a Kansas fan, you are probably preparing for a dagger where it hurts.

But who knows? Bill Self could become just the 16th guy in the college game to win multiple national titles. Kansas could do what the 1952 and Self’s 2008 team did and win it all.

Very un-Kansas-like, they’ve even won it when they weren’t supposed to. I happened to be there hanging around in Kemper Arena in Kansas City in 1988 when “Danny Manning and the Miracles,” a 6-seed, upset No.1 Oklahoma, 34-3 and winners of 21 of its last 22 games, 83-79. The game was tied 50-50 at the half, the small (for a Final Four) arena was an explosion of cheers and colors and gasps and drama, and the whole thing was more fun than a little bit.

And maybe the same will be true this weekend. Maybe. With Kansas being a favorite over Villanova in the Saturday semis, that’s a step in the right direction.

Except … remember we mentioned 2016 and 2018? Kansas played Villanova in the tournament both those years. And lost. First, in 2016 when the Jayhawks were the top-seeded team in the tournament.

And then in 2018, when Kansas lost to the underdog Wildcats … in the semifinals.

Contact Teddy at teddy@latech.edu

Forest Haven Nursing Home to host “Forest Fest” on Oct. 25th

The Forest Haven Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center, located at 171 Thrasher Drive in Jonesboro, will be hosting the inaugural “Forest Fest” on October 25th. The public is invited to come help residents celebrate Halloween through receiving “treats” from visitors and participants on hand for the event. Twenty four spots are available to claim where you can distribute items from your vehicle, tent or a termporary structure that can contain Hallowen theme related props and while in costume if you desire. Suggested “treats” for the residents include: coloring books, word searches, stationary, lotions and edible individually wrapped goodies. Participants will have the chance to win a $100.00 gift card and a prize for the best decorated pumkin. Hot dogs and drinks will be provided for all. For more information please contact the Activity Department at Forest Haven at (318)259-2729.

JPRD Summer League baseball/softball schedule

Monday, April 26th
Meme’s Minis vs Mitchell Pharmacy – Age 3&4 – 6:00pm- TBall 1 Field
State Farm vs Jonesboro St. Bank – Age 3&4 – 6:00pm – TBall 2 Field
Mercy Medical vs Jonesboro St. Bank – Age 9&10 boys – 6:00pm – Field 2
Klassy Kleen vs M&M Handy Foods – Age 9&10 girls – 6:00pm – Field 3
Cap Roofing vs Hodge Bank – Age 11&13 girls – 6:00pm – Field 4

Sign Design vs Champion Trophies – Age 3&4 – 7:00pm – TBall 1 Field
Dodson Enterprises vs Mitchell’s Pharmacy – Age 3&4 – 7:00pm – TBall 2 Field
Traina’s Bakery vs Jonesboro Glass – Age 9&10 boys – 7:00pm – Field 2
Todd’s Bailbonds vs M&M Handy Foods – Age 9&10 girls – 7:00pm – Field 3
Listle Real Estate vs Barksdale Credit Union – Age 11&13 girls – 7:45pm – Field 4

Tuesday, April 27th
Pardue Builders vs Johnny’s Pizza – Age 5&6 – 6:00pm – TBall 1 Field
Ables Farms vs Family Pharmacy – Age 7&8 boys – 6:00pm – Field 2
Bucketboat vs Leach Lawn Services – Age 7&8 girls – 6:00pm – Field 3
Academy Mortgage vs M&M Hand Foods – Age 11&13 boys – 6:00pm – Field 1

Affordable Autos vs J & L Works – Age 5&6 – 7:00pm – TBall 1 Field
Kohler Krew vs LA Family Med Clinic – Age 7&8 boys – 7:00pm – Field 2
Ruffled Feathers vs Rise & Grind – Age 7&8 girls – 7:00pm – Field 3
Elite Roofing vs Southern Kustoms – Age 11&13 boys – 7:30pm – Field 1

Anderson, Melton named 1st team All-District in 1-2A softball

Zoie Anderson and Amber Melton represented Jonesboro-Hodge on the district 1-2A All-District first team as reported by JHHS head coach Tracy Taylor. Kaylee Etheridge, Kyla Hayes, Madison Page, A’Briana Paggett and Ja’Kaja Philips earned honorable mention.

Lakeside takes two from Tigers
Jonesboro-Hodge fell 20-5 and 7-0 to Lakeside that left the Tigers winless at the conclusion of district 1-2A play and end the regular season with a 4-15 record. In the first contest Lakeside (15-15, 5-4) took advantage of 8 errors and 9 walks that resulted in runs being scored in every inning. A Xavier Atkins double and Chandler Harvey’s triple were two of the eight hits racked up by J-H. Marcus Thompson had 2 RBI with Dominick Strickland and Nathan Vines plating one each. In the second game Logan Smith, and Strickland had singles and Drew Davis slapped a double for all the offensive production the Tigers could muster as they were blanked for the seventh time this season.

Waters slam helps Weston “Chase a Win” against Quitman

In the final district 2B contest of the season between the two Jackson Parish rivals Weston beat Quitman 5-3 to draw into a tie with the Wolverines for second place. The victory lifted the Wolves to an 11-7 overall record while Quitman fell to 17-11 on the year.

Weston High got only three hits against Quitman pitching this past Thursday but one will forever be remembered. Down 2-0 in the bottom of the fourth inning after Ty Simonelli and Ian Tilley had scored to break a scoreless tie, the Wolves responded with Cooper Delaney walking and Kaden Shirley, who was the complete game winner on the mound, slapping a single. Braden Theriot then coaxed a walk to load the bases setting up a grounder to short by Tait Culpepper that plated Delaney. Bryce Zehr then hit a grounder to third that ended up with Shirley getting thrown out at the plate bringing up Caleb Waters.Chase a Win 2

Waters worked the count to three balls and two strikes and then delivered the most dramatic moment in Jackson Parish sports this year when he lofted a drive to left center that cleared the fence and the bases giving Weston a 5-2 lead that stood up despite a 6th inning rally attempt by the Wolverines.

What made the victory all the more sweeter was that prior to the contest, the administration of Weston High had dubbed the contest “Chase a Win” in memory of their former head coach Chase Frasier, who tragically lost his life last year in an auto accident. While the grand slam was an incredibly huge event in the game, what made the moment so special and dramatic was that as Waters rounded second base he pointed to the heavens signifying honor to his former coach. After the contest another touching moment occurred when as the team was joyously celebrating the victory, Lillie Frasier, the young daughter of the fallen coach joined the team on the field and every player and coach alike paid homage to her.

Sulphur Bound! QHS earns trip to Class B state tourney

A few weeks back after Quitman had beaten the top ranked team in Class 3A, head coach Justin Dodson reminded his team that although the win was a big one, they hadn’t accomplished anything yet. They have now!
With the ten inning, 7-3 victory over Converse in the Class B quarterfinals the Lady Wolverines have reached their goal of making the state tournament in Sulphur for the first time since 2015. Now the incredibly youthful and talented Lady Wolverines have just one goal left which is to bring the state title home.

In order to do that #5 Quitman must get past #9 Anacoco, who advanced by upsetting top ranked Forest by a 7-2 score. The contest will be played on Thursday at 3pm on field 15 at Frasch Park. The winner of that contest will play the winner between #2 Holden and #3 Florien on May 1st at 3:00 pm on field 17 for the Class B title.

There were several heroes in the exhilarating extra inning victory but none bigger than Maddie Kaye Brymer. The “big bopper” who had six home runs in the first 15 games of the season but had gone 18 straight without a round tripper and had seen her batting average dip from .600 to .451 found her stroke once again in the perfect setting. Brymer torched Converse pitching to the tune of four hits in five at bats that included a double and a home run that led to three RBI.

QHS earns trip to Class B 2021 2It wasn’t just a display the found again display of power that was impressive but the clutch time in which she delivered as well. It was her double in the top of the fourth that plated Maggie Guyotte to give Quitman a 1-0 lead. Then in the top of the sixth after Converse had taken a 2-1 advantage Brymer struck again by lifting a shot over the centerfield fence that scored Guyotte again to give the Lady Wolverines a 3-2 advantage. Still again in the top of the deciding tenth inning, Brymer came up big when she stroked a single to right center to score Madison Chaplin who had led off the inning with a walk to stake Quitman to the first of the four runs in the frame.

Guyotte, who all season has played well beyond her 7th grade status, also came up big with a four of five effort and three runs scored. This included her final tally in the 10th after she singled to put runners on first and second with no outs that was a catalyst in setting up the big inning.

Finally, there was the herculean effort by 8th grader Cali Deal, who struck out ten in the complete game victory that saw her hold the powerful Converse offense to just six hits over the ten innings. Adding to the awe of the 156 pitches thrown, 102 were for strikes as she improved her record to 15-5 on the year. Deal also helped her own cause by stroking a double in the tenth that scored Guyotte and Brymer and gave Quitman a commanding three run advantage and her second and third RBI of the game.

Jada Naron, the lone senior on the youthful squad plated Deal with the final run with her second hit of the game continuing her playoff effectiveness with her second consecutive, two hit game in as many postseason outings. Madeline Vail also added a pair of hits and Marley Bell chipped in with a single.

Jackson Parish voters emphatically say NO to Sales Tax increase proposal

The public has spoken and the residents of Jackson Parish have overwhelmingly stated that they do not want an increase in the Sales Tax. With 31 of 31 precincts reporting of the 1567 votes cast, which represented a paltry 15.7% turnout, 1173 voted against the tax increase compared to only 394 in favor of adding one percent to the 9.45% sales tax rate currently in effect. Early voting statistics mirrored the opinion as well as 369 voted against compared to 142 voting for the proposal.

Final results of 1% increase of Sales Tax in Jackson Parish
1,173 – Against
394 – For
1,567 – Votes cast

Shall the Parish of Jackson, State of Louisiana (the “Parish”), be authorized to levy and collect and adopt an ordinance providing for such levy and collection, a tax of one percent (1%) (the “Tax”) (an estimated $1,850,000 reasonably expected at this time to be collected from the levy of the tax for an entire year) upon the sale at retail, the use, the lease or rental, the consumption, and the storage for use or consumption, of tangible personal property and on sales of services in the Parish, all as defined by law, for a period of ten (10) years from July 1, 2021, with the proceeds of the Tax (after paying the reasonable and necessary expenses of collecting and administering the Tax), to be dedicated and used for the purpose of waste management, jail and courthouse expansion, road construction and maintenance, and to pay any debt service requirements on bonds issued for such purpose, or any part thereof?

JHHS grad Kelton Moss helping to change culture at UTEP

As a young boy growing up in Jonesboro Kelton Moss used to follow local colleges Louisiana Tech and University of Louisiana – Monroe games and dream about playing college football. This past month the 2017 Jonesboro-Hodge graduate lined up against both as the starting defensive tackle for the University of Texas-El Paso.

While it is incredibly impressive for a young man from a small school in north Louisiana to be playing on national television (ESPN televised the games) in a Division One collegiate setting it is nothing compared to the dedication and commitment it took for Moss to be on such a stage.

Flashback to November 24th, 2017. The Tigers had just lost to eventual Class A state champion West St. John in the quarterfinals of the state playoffs. As Moss was walking off the rain soaked field the reality that the season was over started to sink in. There was also another realization that him like a ton of bricks. His high school football career was now finished as well.

It was a bitter pill to swallow. Was this the end of his football playing days? Moss certainly wanted to continue following his dream of playing at the next level but no colleges had called despite the fact that he had average over 10 tackles a game (138 in 13 games) and was named All-State.

“When it hit me that my high school career I was sad but I thought that I had a good enough season that some college would call with an offer,” said Moss in a recent interview with the Jackson Parish Journal. “First I was like I would like to go here or there. Then as time went by it was like I didn’t care who called, I just wanted a chance to keep playing.”

Day after day Moss waited on the phone to ring with the news he was so desperately waiting to hear, but it never came. It wasn’t because people behind the scenes weren’t working to try and make his dream a reality, especially his former head coach Terrance Blankenship.

“I called every coach I knew” reflected Blankenship. “Kelton had a special kind of character about him. He was a natural leader and I knew that if someone gave him a shot he would make it. He just needed someone to believe in him.”

Finally the phone rang. Only it wasn’t a college coach on the other end but former JHHS teammate and friend Trayvon Calahan who had gone through the same thing when he graduated but found a home at Kilgore Junior College.

“If it wasn’t for Trayvon calling me I don’t know what would have happened,” said Moss. “I’m so glad he talked me into coming there and check it out. “

What Moss found out was that Kilgore College football wasn’t just any run of the mill junior college program but one of the best in the country. The coaches were demanding and the talent he was competing against was much better than he anticipated.

“I remember after my first practice wondering if I really wanted this,” said Moss laughingly. “Man it was tough. They coached us HARD and the competition for playing time was incredible. I knew though if I was willing to give it all I had that I could do this.”

So he went to work. By the end of his Freshman year that saw Kilgore win the 2018 Southwest Junior College Football Conference (SWJCFC) and the Heart of Texas Bowl game he was an integral part of the defensive line recording 52 tackles (30 solo), 3 sacks (23 yards), 3 forced fumbles and an interception.

His sophomore campaign he registered 59 tackles (36 solo), 9 TFL (23 yards), five sacks and three forced fumbles. At the end of the year Moss was named to the National Junior College All-American (NJCAA) Second Team and First Team All SWJCFC.

Unlike the end of his high school career when his days at Kilgore was over it wasn’t a matter of IF he would continue playing but WHERE. After meeting with several college coaches Moss made the decision to continue his career at the University of Texas-El Paso. Why UTEP? After all, the Miners were a perineal “bottom ten” program having won only a handful of games in the last decade.

“Coach (Dana Dimel) said he saw me as being one of the ones who would change the culture here,” said Moss. “That fell right in line with what I was looking for. I wanted to be in a place where I could make an impact for the school just like our class did at Jonesboro-Hodge and we did at Kilgore.”

How has his first year as a Division One player faired? Moss, who wears #7 and now weighs 315 pounds, has started every game for the Miners. He has recorded 14 tackles, 2 tackles for a loss and has a sack. More importantly, just like he did at JHHS and at Kilgore, he has helped UTEP change their culture of losing by going 3-2 in the first five games, including being as perfect 2-0 at home.

Moss has now been a part of three programs that while he was there the culture changed from it was ok to lose to where success was demanded and expected. Can one person be responsible for such dramatic changes in fortune?

“It isn’t and never has been just me that brought about the changes,” said Moss. “I like to think though that I have been a part of making our teams better. I work hard to get better personally and to help make our team better.”

“I was fortunate while I was at J-H to have the coaches I did,” continued Moss. “I owe a lot to Terrance Blankenship, Carlos Hicks, James Garsee and Charles Scott who stayed on me to always believe in myself, work hard every day and be ready to overcome any obstacles or adversity that comes. They made a big impression on me and I hope they are pleased to see I listened to what they preached.”

You can rest assured big man, they are not only pleased but very proud of what you have achieved. It’s not just them either. Everyone from Jonesboro and Hodge is.

PSC Endorses Campbell Plan to Let Electric Co-ops Offer Internet Service

Rural electric cooperatives serving 14 North Louisiana parishes were authorized today by the Louisiana Public Service Commission to enter the internet business and help bridge the digital divide.

“Today the Public Service Commission made a bold statement: we are for rural broadband,” said Foster Campbell, PSC member representing North Louisiana.

Meeting online because of the coronavirus, the five members of the PSC voted unanimously for Campbell’s plan to support internet initiatives by Claiborne Electric in Homer and Northeast Louisiana Power in Winnsboro. The two cooperatives will use federal grants and low-interest loans to offer high-speed internet in rural areas from Webster Parish eastward to the Mississippi River.

“Everyone wants internet service now,” Campbell said. “It’s not a luxury, it’s a necessity.”

Campbell said rural electric cooperatives have for decades served rural residents and businesses, so it’s appropriate that they offer broadband as well.

“During the New Deal the big electric companies didn’t want to bring power to rural areas, so President Roosevelt created electric co-ops and the government helped them get established,” he said. The cooperatives paid back the government assistance and now offer some of the cheapest electricity in the country.

“We’re going to use that successful business model – targeted federal investment – to deliver broadband to areas that have few other options,” Campbell said.

Federal agencies are expected to distribute more than $600 million in Louisiana over the next 10 years as grants to expand high-speed internet service.

“These are our tax dollars,” Campbell said. “Few public needs are as vital now as broadband access, so we should capture these dollars for Louisiana and bring internet benefits to education, health care and business.”

The two Louisiana co-ops are part of a trend across the country of New Deal-era power cooperatives offering broadband. Campbell said North Louisiana has more areas without good internet service than many other regions.

The PSC vote means the two cooperatives can create internet subsidiaries that will seek government grants and low-interest loans to bring fiber-optic and wireless broadband service to members and non-members in their coverage areas. Commissioners said other co-ops in Louisiana may follow suit.


Symptoms and Signs of Breast Cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Throughout this month the Jackson Parish Hospital is providing important information about breast cancer, including lifestyle related risk factors and how to get treatment and/or support.

Whether you or a loved one are worried about developing breast cancer, have just been diagnosed, are going through breast cancer treatment, or are trying to stay well after treatment this detailed information can help you find the answers you need.

Every person should know the symptoms and signs of breast cancer, and any time an abnormality is discovered, it should be investigated by a healthcare professional. Most people who have breast cancer symptoms and signs will initially notice only one or two and the presence of these symptoms and signs do not automatically mean that you have breast cancer. By performing monthly breast self-exams, you will be able to more easily identify any changes in your breast. 

The following are signs of possibly having breast cancer:

  1. A change in how the breast or nipple looks or feels.
  2. Nipple tenderness or a lump or thickening in or near the breast or underarm area.
  3. A change in the skin texture or an enlargement of pores in the skin of the breast. (some describe this as similar to an orange peel’s texture)
  4. A lump in the breast. (It’s important to remember that all lumps should be investigated by a healthcare professional, but not all lumps are cancerous.
  5. Any unexplained change in the size or shape of the breast.
  6. Dimpling anywhere on the breast.
  7. Unexplained swelling of the breast. (especially if on one side only)
  8. Unexplained shrinkage of the breast. (especially if on one side only)
  9. Recent asymmetry (unequal or lack of sameness) of the breasts. Although it is common for women to have one breast that is slightly larger than the other, if the onset of asymmetry is recent, it should be checked.
  10. Nipple that is turned slightly inward or inverted.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact the Jackson Parish Hospital at 318-259-4435.


McCallum the clear choice, record speaks for itself

McCallum is currently on the Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeal. Before that, he served as a judge of the Third Judicial District (Lincoln and Union Parishes). Prior to being elected judge, he served as an Assistant District Attorney for the Third Judicial District, and as a member of the Louisiana House of Representatives (1992-2002).

As the only candidate who has rendered decisions as a trial court judge, McCallum is uniquely qualified to be our next Supreme Court Justice given that the job requires reviewing other judge’s decisions.

To be fair, how can someone grade the decisions of others if they have no experience making those decisions? In order to do the job and to be fair in the decisions a Supreme Court Justice is asked to make, that person should have experience in making those decisions. McCallum is the only candidate in the Louisiana Supreme Court race who has presided over trials and sentenced criminals.

McCallum has also been endorsed by the PACs of the Associated General Contractors, Louisiana Association of Business and Industry, Louisiana Oil & Gas Association, the Louisiana Home Builders Association, and the Associated Builders and Contractors. These PACs represent thousands of members and workers who have endorsed Judge McCallum because of his record of fairness.

McCallum is the only candidate in the Louisiana Supreme Court race who has a pro-life, pro-second amendment, pro-family record as a legislator who co-authored NRA legislation supported by Charlton Heston and Wayne Lapierre.

Again, he is the only candidate who has experience as a Prosecutor, a State Representative, a District Court Judge, and a Court of Appeal Judge. McCallum has the most judicial experience in the race for Louisiana Supreme Court with 18 years as a judge and the most legal experience with 35 years as an attorney.

Because of his record of working with law enforcement to help keep our families and communities safe, McCallum has the law enforcement endorsement of Sheriffs, retired Sheriffs, District Attorneys, retired District Attorneys, Chiefs of Police and retired Chiefs of Police from 15 of the 20 parishes that comprise the Supreme Court district:

Sheriff John Ballance, Bienville Parish; District Attorney John Belton, 3rd JD; Chief of Police Andre Benson, Junction City; Sheriff Clay Bennett, Caldwell Parish; Sheriff Andy Brown, Jackson Parish; Chief of Police Joe Bryan, Spearsville; Sheriff Sammie Byrd, Madison Parish; Chief of Police Tommy Clark, Grambling; Sheriff Kevin Cobb, Franklin Parish; Chief of Police Bim Coulberston, Farmerville; Chief of Police Mark Dodd, Marion; District Attorney Penny Douciere, 5th JD; Chief of Police Don Dufour, Dubach; District Attorney Brian Frazier, 37th JD; Chief of Police Sandy Freeman, Simsboro;Sheriff Dusty Gates, Union Parish; Sheriff Gary Gilley, Richland Parish; Chief of Police Randal Hermes, Louisiana Tech; Chief of Police Eddie Horton, Bernice; Ret. Sheriff Wayne Houck, Lincoln Parish; Sheriff Rickey Jones, Tensas Parish; Sheriff Cranford Jordan, Winn Parish; Ret. District Attorney Mack Lancaster, 5th JD; Sheriff Scott Mathews, West Carroll Parish; Ret. Sheriff Steve May, Caldwell Parish; Chief of Police Van McDaniel, Homer; Chief of Police Jerry Melton, Grambling University; Chief of Police Bobby J. Milner, Choudrant; District Attorney Chris Nevils, 8th JD; District Attorney Danny Newell, 2nd JD; Sheriff Jason Parker, Webster Parish; Ret. Chief of Police Minor Patton, Bernice; District Attorney Jimbo Paxton, 6th JD; Ret. Sheriff Jerry Philley, West Carroll Parish; Chief of Police Earl Roberts, Downsville; Sheriff Jay Russell, Ouachita Parish; Chief of Police Lewis B. Russell, Oak Grove; Ret. Sheriff Gary Sexton, Webster Parish; Ret. Sheriff Mike Stone, Lincoln Parish; District Attorney Steve Tew, 4th JD; Sheriff Mike Tubbs, Morehouse Parish; Ret. Sheriff Ken Volentine, Claiborne Parish; Sheriff Stephen Williams, Lincoln Parish; Sheriff Wydette Williams, East Carroll Parish.

Early voting begins Friday, Oct 16 and goes through Oct 27, 2020 with Election Day Nov 3

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