Veteran Daniel Farley, Jr., 88, points to an Army Ranger patch inside a glass case at the War Veterans Home in Jackson. (PHOTO/Stacy Gill)

by Stacy Gill/WATCHMAN

Winning students from Slaughter Community Charter School, with Mrs. Kent (far right), are in first row, from left: Tristan Sexton, Camryn Phillips, Shelby Arnett, Reonna Brown, Danielle Parisi, Hannah Winans and Gabrielle Hays. Second row, from left, are: Jake Phillips, Nicholas Hayes, Emily Phillips, Kyleigh Meredith, Alden Ceasar, Jamyria Tillery, Krista Box, Rebecca Shields, Destiny Davis, Desiree Davis and Mrs. Glenis Kent. Not shown: SCCS students Ty’Dasia Alfred, K’chelle Robinson, Alex Jackson and Ms. R. Kees.

The Alexander Stirling Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is very excited to announce that East Feliciana Parish has an abundance of students who are state first-place winners in the Junior American Citizens contests, which are created to promote good citizenship and an appreciation of American heritage and history.

Downed power lines were a result of an April 6 twister in Wilson. (PHOTO/Brandy M. Staton)

by Brandy M. Staton/WATCHMAN Village of Wilson residents awoke early April 6 to a power outage, downed power lines and roads blocked.

Veteran Daniel Farley, Jr., 88, points to an Army Ranger patch inside a glass case at the War Veterans Home in Jackson. (PHOTO/Stacy Gill)

Winning students from Slaughter Community Charter School, with Mrs. Kent (far right), are in first row, from left: Tristan Sexton, Camryn Phillips, Shelby Arnett, Reonna Brown, Danielle Parisi, Hannah Winans and Gabrielle Hays. Second row, from left, are: Jake Phillips, Nicholas Hayes, Emily Phillips, Kyleigh Meredith, Alden Ceasar, Jamyria Tillery, Krista Box, Rebecca Shields, Destiny Davis, Desiree Davis and Mrs. Glenis Kent. Not shown: SCCS students Ty’Dasia Alfred, K’chelle Robinson, Alex Jackson and Ms. R. Kees.

Downed power lines were a result of an April 6 twister in Wilson. (PHOTO/Brandy M. Staton)

DAR announces E. Feliciana winners in Jr. American Citizens contest

Winning students from Slaughter Community Charter School, with Mrs. Kent (far right), are in first row, from left: Tristan Sexton, Camryn Phillips, Shelby Arnett, Reonna Brown, Danielle Parisi, Hannah Winans and Gabrielle Hays. Second row, from left, are: Jake Phillips, Nicholas Hayes, Emily Phillips, Kyleigh Meredith, Alden Ceasar, Jamyria Tillery, Krista Box, Rebecca Shields, Destiny Davis, Desiree Davis and Mrs. Glenis Kent. Not shown: SCCS students Ty’Dasia Alfred, K’chelle Robinson, Alex Jackson and Ms. R. Kees.

The Alexander Stirling Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is very excited to announce that East Feliciana Parish has an abundance of students who are state first-place winners in t

Jackson business to hold raffle for charity April 19

Cuts By Tiffany in Jackson has chosen the Safety Rock Foundation Corp. (SRFC) as the recipient of the business's fundraising proceeds. Safety Rock is a national nonprofit organization founded about a year ago by Clinton born, Jackson-raised Rocky Trahan with the mission to dramatically reduce child drowning and near-child drowning incidents by providing innovative programming and educational outreach to ensure the safety of children.

Cuts By Tiffany is celebrating its 11th year in business in April.

Last of a Dying Breed Riding Club awarded trophy

CEO Chris McKnight, Josh McKnight, Bobby King Jr., the newest and youngest member, and holding the trophy is Braxton King. The club was recently awarded a trophy in Jeanerette.

East Feliciana's Last of a Dying Breed Trail Riding Club went on a trail ride hosted by the Jeanerette Riders of Jeanerette, La., on March 30.

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CEO Chris McKnight, Josh McKnight, Bobby King Jr., the newest and youngest member, and holding the trophy is Braxton King. The club was recently awarded a trophy in Jeanerette.

East Feliciana's Last of a Dying Breed Trail Riding Club went on a trail ride hosted by the Jeanerette Riders of Jeanerette, La., on March 30.

Lifestyle

Veteran Daniel Farley, Jr., 88, points to an Army Ranger patch inside a glass case at the War Veterans Home in Jackson. (PHOTO/Stacy Gill)

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Close-up photo of a book cover that shows Daniel Farley, at age 18, landing on Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944, also known as D-Day. (PHOTO/Stacy Gill)

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Farley stands beside a framed poster of Gen. George S. Patton. General Patton's people presented Farley with a Silver Star, the third highest military decoration for valor that can be awarded to any person serving in any capacity with the United States Armed Forces. The medal is awarded for gallantry in action against an enemy of the United States. (PHOTO/Stacy Gill)

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Army Ranger and WWII Veteran, Daniel Farley, Jr., with a copy of a new book that features him on the cover. (PHOTO/Stacy Gill)

by Stacy Gill/WATCHMAN

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