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September 02 06:06 AM
You may remember that his mother, Carolyn Johnson, traveled from South Dakota last year to place flyers around the Bossier area. Her goal was to keep the hopes alive for finding out what happened to her son. The story has received national attention, but no arrests have been made involving the case.
August 26 06:49 AM
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently awarded $95,000 to the Jena Band of Choctaw Indians in Jena, La. as part of the General Assistance Program (GAP). The tribe will use the funds to administer their environmental program and assist in the development of multimedia programs to address environmental issues.
August 26 06:49 AM
Devastating flooding has impacted multiple parishes in Louisiana. Donations are needed to assist the animal relief efforts underway by the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF) and parish governments.
August 26 06:49 AM
Laguna Development Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Pueblo of Laguna, announced that its newly formed Kicks Entertainment unit has entered a definitive agreement to acquire the Isle of Capri Casino Hotel Lake Charles in Westlake, Calcasieu Parish, La.
August 19 06:56 AM
The preliminary investigation revealed that a 2003 Nissan Pickup Truck driven by 33-year-old Victor Hogan Jr. of West Monroe was traveling north on LA 9 when for reasons still under investigation, Hogan’s vehicle exited the left side of the roadway and struck a parked railroad car.
August 19 06:56 AM
LAKE CHARLES, La. – United States Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced that a Lake Charles man in federal prison custody pleaded guilty last week to federal escape charges after failing to report to a halfway house according to terms of home confinement.
August 19 06:56 AM
Cpl. Michael Dunn received the award for DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office. Also recognized was Deputy Tony Matteson from Red River Parish Sheriff’s Office and Deputy Jimmy Campbell and Deputy Frank Maxie from Sabine Parish Sheriff’s Office. Congratulations on the awards!.
August 19 06:56 AM
“If your community floods and soil around your home or business washes away, you will need to retreat that area because the termiticide barrier may no longer exist,” Strain said. “Termite bait stations need to be evaluated for replacement as well. If you have a termite contract, you should contact your pest control company for an inspection.
August 19 06:56 AM
"Once everyone impacted by the floods is safe, we need to sit down and decide how to get this project completed," said Treasurer Kennedy. "This project has been on the drawing board since the last round of devastating flooding in the 1980s. The sad fact is that the flooding this week would not have been as devastating if this diversion canal existed.
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