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Recent articles by Christian:

Elite Natchitoches high school moves fully online for fall semester

As school districts across the ArkLaTex grapple with how to best educate students safely this fall, the Louisiana School for Math, Science and the Arts (LSMSA) recently announced its impending fall semester will be totally online, due to the coronavirus. → Read More

As coronavirus cases rise again, an East Texas college prepares to welcome students back this fall

Capacity will be set at 50% and students will take turns learning in person and virtually → Read More

Providence House continues serving homeless during pandemic

To space out the families living in the non-profit, occupancy was cut by 50 percent. → Read More

National Guard in ETX to distribute produce

Beginning at 9 a.m., working alongside Mission Carthage, a Christian non-profit, the National Guard will distribute produce. → Read More

’I love you:’ 95-year-old celebrates with birthday surprise

At 95 years old, Eleanor Lee said life really doesn’t feel all too different. → Read More

‘This is a God thing:’ Hundreds benefit from feeding program

Since 2007, the Joe LeBlanc Food Pantry has fed hundreds of families. → Read More

Family gets creative celebrating baby boy

Delivering a newborn, with family and friends at a distance is one of the tough realities of the novel coronavirus era → Read More

Local company develops thousands of face shields amid pandemic

It all started with a simple question: how can we help our community? → Read More

The mental health of medical workers: Keeping our heroes safe

It’s an issue that’s now starting to garner national attention, due to a tragic set of circumstances: the suicide of a doctor. → Read More

‘I don’t know what we would do without you’ Bossier educator honored with surprise celebration

A little wet weather was not stopping a very necessary — and much needed — parade on Tuesday morning. → Read More

ETX university sews masks for alumni serving on COVID front lines

East Texas Baptist University is not letting the spread of the coronavirus hinder its faith-based mission.The institution is extending its love across the state and country, by sewing masks for alumni who are working on the front lines of the COVID-19 fight. → Read More

Chimp Haven brings its sanctuary into living rooms

Chimp Haven, the world’s largest chimpanzee sanctuary, isn’t letting the spread of the novel coronavirus hamper its mission of education. → Read More

‘It’s emotionally taxing:’ Checking in on an LSU doctor, residents on the front lines of the war on coronavirus

“The worst thing is watching people die and watching people be sick and there’s nobody with them" → Read More

Doctor highlights testing efforts in rural Louisiana

Governor John Bel Edwards has pushed for strengthening testing in rural regions of the state, as numbers spike in southeast Louisiana. → Read More

’Suffering in silence:’ COVID-19 and the increased risk of child abuse

As the public health emergency caused by COVID-19, commonly known as the coronavirus, continues to increase, the threat of child abuse rises, as well. → Read More

Bossier man donates bone marrow to 10-year-old boy with leukemia

Thirteen years ago as a freshman at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, Zach Shadinger made the decision to register to become a bone marrow donor as part of a campus greek life competition. → Read More

ETX non-profit aims to help parents who lost 10-month-old son

Samuel James Elliott Martinez was born on August 15, 2016. His parents, Bernie and Janelle Martinez, never anticipated his life lasting just ten months. → Read More

Mother desperately seeks bone marrow match for son

“If strangers do not donate, people die — that’s just the way it goes.” → Read More

ETX school district adds law enforcement to campuses

The Panola County Sheriff’s Office and Carthage Police Department will have a larger presence on school grounds. → Read More

You can help an East Texas college win a $50,000 grant

Wiley College could use the funds to enhance its campus in Marshall, school official says → Read More