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He has since worked for newspapers owned by Landmark Communications Inc. Richard Powell Sharkey, assistant managing editor for news and features; John Marcase, assistant managing editor for news and sports; Cynthia Jardon, editorial page editor and social media editor; Mandy M.
Goodnight, news editor; and Randall Benson, sports editor. Under the McCormick heirs, The Town Talk considered itself a politically Independent newspaper and did not endorse candidates. The Town Talk urged Landrieu to move to the right politically because Jenkins' positions were "far too rigid and unyielding to warrant our recommendation. House of Representatives for Louisiana's 5th congressional district.
Init supported Republican Bobby Jindal in his successful race for governor.
An upstairs of some six thousand square feet will be leased to another tenant. News director Jim Smilie noted that the newspaper throughout its history had always been located in the downtown Alexandria area and would remain at that preferred location. Hard copies will be delivered henceforth only on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.
The change is being undertaken because far more read the newspaper on-line than depend on actual deliveries.Meet Town and Country Animal Hospital, Ocala, FL
Judi Terzotis, the president of The Town Talk, said that the change is driven by both customers and advertisers.
The Town Talk has eight times more digital reader than print readers. Inthe publication had 3. History Ina group of parents from Alexandria, Louisiana, made a decision to found a new school.
Already highly involved in efforts to improve our community, they wanted a school which would provide the best possible education for their children and other children, too. Included in their numbers were doctors, attorneys, business owners, and stay-at-home moms.
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However, none of them were educators. Committees were established to find a location for the school as well as an administrator, faculty members, a curriculum, and, of course, funding to pay for it all. Alexandria Academy became a reality later that year. The school first opened in an old public school building in Pineville, Louisiana. With the move came a new name, Alexandria Country Day School. The new campus consisted of a main building for classrooms, a library, administrative offices and an open-air pavilion for sports.
There were twenty-seven teachers and two hundred thirty-two students. Over the last forty years, the spacious campus has evolved to accommodate an ever growing student body.
Today, the Main Building, home to administration and gradesand three additional classroom buildings grades PreK 3-K,and easily accommodate a faculty and staff of forty-seven and five hundred twenty students. The pavilion has been enclosed to create a multi-season gym and a spacious cafeteria has been built.