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July 01 05:29 AM
Sheriff Arbuckle is the only DeSoto Parish sheriff to be elected to five consecutive terms of the Office. He looks forward to continuing the work on behalf of the citizens of DeSoto Parish and would like to thank everyone for their continued support..
July 01 05:29 AM
Unfazed by the competition and pressure, it was Benton Middle School that walked away with the championship title for the second year in a row, and not just in one division, but both. Benton Middle won back-to-back World Championship honors in the bullseye and 3D competitions.
June 24 11:13 AM
"We were excited and humbled to receive the news of this generous gift," says Centenary President David Rowe. "Though this alumnus did not seek any public recognition, he has made an immediate and concrete impact on Centenary. His love for and loyalty to the college will speak loudly for many generations of Centenary students.
June 24 11:13 AM
The Centenary College Paul Marvin Brown Jr. Society invites the public to a Lunch and Learn addressing identity crimes on Tuesday, June 28. Gemalto, a world leader in digital security, has found that data breaches increased 49 percent in 2014, with identity theft as the top breach category.
June 24 11:13 AM
This hands-on cyber camp engages middle school students in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in a multitude of ways. They begin by learning about the basics of electricity and the Boe -Bot platform, then build on those skills to construct joystick circuitry and ultimately, an underwater robot they test in a pool.
June 24 11:13 AM
Kent State University is Northeast Ohio's leading public research university with more than 41,000 students. The university's eightcampus system is among the largest regional systems in the country.
June 24 11:13 AM
Friday, June 24, and Saturday, June 25, the downtown area and the Bay St. Louis Municipal Harbor will showcase the second annual Pirate Day in the Bay celebration, an event that combines Bay St. Louis' unique history with the town's enthusiasm for pirate lore.
June 17 07:02 AM
Auxiliary deputies supplement full-time Caddo sheriff’s deputies by volunteering their services to the Sheriff’s Office and community in a non-enforcement capacity. Graduates were required to complete 72 hours of classroom instruction and 40 hours on patrol with a full-time deputy to complete the program.
June 17 07:02 AM
The Bossier Sheriff’s Office welcomed twenty-nine recruits for the Young Marines program Monday. The new recruits in class 34 began nearly three weeks of training and are scheduled to graduate on Thursday, June 30 at 6:00 p.m. at the Bossier Sheriff’s Substation, 2510 Viking Dr.

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