Former Ville Platte Gazette editor, Paul Kedinger, once described a community’s newspaper as “history-in-the-making.” He said it was “a recorder of the present, a critical examiner of the past, and
Americans went to the polls Tuesday, and I had a first hand view of this part of the democratic process as I was once again working as an election commissioner at the Lincoln Road Fire Station.
It probably is no secret from reading several of my past columns that I have been going to silent Jesuit retreats in Grand Coteau for the past several years.
If there is anything that I have learned over my 15 months here at The Ville Platte Gazette, it is that the best columns allow the readers to get a glimpse into the lives of the writer to get to kn
With the start of the 2018 football season just around the corner, the Southeastern Conference is facing a dramatic change in its landscape.