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June 03 07:05 AM
In addition to fruits and vegetables from corn to carrots, from green beans to green onions and from mushrooms to melons, buyers can also purchase homemade items such as jams and jellies, breads and other baked goods, honey fresh from the hive, soups, soaps, cookies, candies and much more.
June 03 07:05 AM
More than 1,000 United Methodist delegates from throughout the state will gather at Centenary from June 8-11. The Wednesday-to-Saturday shift is designed to make it easier for lay delegates to attend the annual conference, which takes its “Rooted and Grounded” theme from Ephesians 3:14-21.
June 03 07:05 AM
A photography contest is part of the festival, as well, and the photos will be on display in the Gilliam Library. The photo contest ends on June 17, the day before the festival. All photos must feature the sunflower in some fashion..
May 27 10:21 AM
Benton Middle School earned the first-ever national championship for Louisiana in the 2016 National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) National Tournament held in Louisville, Ky., on May 12- 14. Benton Elementary also brought home a national title, finishing first in the NASP/IBO 3-D Challenge.
May 27 07:07 AM
Global Wildlife Center will have space walks, rock climbing walls, face painting, and live entertainmentall free of charge to our visitors. Safari Wagon Tours are expected to be limited so please purchase tickets online at www.globalwildlife.com.
May 27 07:07 AM
"STEAM" stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math The Robinson Foundation for Technology, Education & the Arts is proud to offer this three-week camp for elementary school learners in grades 3 - 6. The camp will take place Monday through Friday from 8 a.

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