2011
Headline News

Biofuel firm announces CENLA plant
Fuels set to build $450 million refinery in Rapides Parish

Hanna enjoys boom in mats

Biofuel industry gets boost from Louisiana wood waste

Louisiana comp law ‘out of sync’
By James Ronald Skains
Journal Correspondent

Roemer lays out plan for solving U.S. economy
By Governor Buddy Roemer
Candidate for President

Marcontell Texas Tree Farmer

Dec11


Taylor VP of US Logging Council
Will bring national convention to Louisiana in 2013
By James Ronald Skains
Journal Correspondent

LaCour overcomes disability with optimism
By Tom Kelly
Editor and Publisher

Interfaith Sunday marked on 9/11 anniversary
Pastor says freedom of religion vital for all faiths, confessions, or none can enjoy the benefits
By Tom Kelly
Editor and Publisher

Nov11


Wind trumps biomass in vote for Olla plant
250 jobs, $100 million wood sales on hold
By Tom Kelly
Editor and Publisher

Hall of Fame inducts ten
By Tom Kelly
Editor and Publisher

GP closing Crossett plywood Nov 7

IP makes deal to buy Temple

Louisiana plans Bicentennial event for 2012
By James Ronald Skains
Special to The Journal

Champion tree was big but yielded to the beetles

Oct11


Greer is 2011 Logger of Year

Ten picked for LA Loggers Hall of Fame

Arkansas Forestry sets 66th meeting

Texas Forestry Association 97th meeting

Sep11


Recycling to save Sparta is near
10 million gallons daily boost for Graphics Packaging
By Tom Kelly
Editor and Publisher

IP moves buy offer direct to Temple-Inland stockholders

64th LFA meets Aug. 30

Pine Ridgers to perform at Hall of Fame

Vernon parish tops in state forestry income

LFA, AFF make agreement for farm certification

Softwood lumber checkoff OK’d for US, Canada

LDAF promoting benefits of prescribed burning

Aug11


Unsolicited IP bid for Temple Inland rejected

Timber theft bill is passed
By Tom Aswell
Capitol News Service

Late June rainfall aids drought

Chevron, Weyerhaeuser fuel venture does deal

Jly11


Hall of Fame Sept. 16

Sullivan is LLA Logger of Year
By Tom Kelly
Editor and Publisher

LSU honors engineering grads
Martin, Deason, Moret named to ‘Hall of Distinction’

Jun11


Population shifts, loss make reapportionment controversial in State
By Tom Kelly
Editor and Publisher

Herb Ebarb is ‘Oldest Logger’
By Tom Kelly
Editor and Publisher

Standley named executive by Loggers Association

$21.5 million bonds OKd for area projects

Jackson Car Show names winners

Uncle Earl’s Hog Dog Trials winners announced

May11


State has too many elections
By James Ronald Skains
Journal Correspondent

Logging Council met with U.S. Congress

Arp11


Budget cuts endanger firefighting abilityes
By James Ronald Skains
Journal Correspondent

Bienville building new public facilities
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Winn Sheriff makes bid to acquire CCA prison
By Tom Aswell
Capitol News Service

Formosan termites major problem in the state
By James Ronald Skains
Journal Correspondent

Uncle Earl’s Hog Dog Trials set March 23-27

Mar11


Rock Tenn to buy Smurfit for $3.5 billion

Fannin would OK Winn, Allen prison sale
By Tom Aswell
Capitol News Service

16th Uncle Earl's Hog Dog show confirmed for March

Court disallows Sullivan damages

Alexander expects progress for new Congress
By James Ronald Skains
Journal Correspondent

Audit critical of prison agency
By Tom Aswell
Capitol News Service

Feb11


Brown to join Hall of Fame in 2011 induction
By James Ronald Skains
Journal Correspondent

Toledo Bend lake needs rain after drawdown
By James Ronald Skains
Journal Correspondent

State will lose seat in U.S. Congress
By Tom Aswell
Capitol News Service

Joe Burns reviews lifetime of service
By Mary K. Hamner
Journal Correspondent

Louisiana growth rate lowest in the south

Ed Carothers, retired Tech forestry prof, dies

Jails big business in Louisiana, with highest population
By Tom Aswell
Capitol News Service

Jan11

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