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August 14 12:00 AM
         BENTON, La.—Juveniles are believed to be behind a series of vandalism incidents at a local business.         Benton Police Chief Charles Pilkinton said that within the past week and a half vandals have broken the windshield of an 18-wheeler rig at Benton Farm Supply at the corner of Old Plain Dealing Road and Highway 3.
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August 14 12:00 AM

27th Annual Centenary Book Bazaar returns Sept. 6 & 7

 There’s nothing quite like curling up with a good book to read. And whether your interest is in humor, mystery, science fiction, biography, science or history, you’re bound to find something to add to your personal library at the 27th Annual Centenary Book Bazaar. 
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August 02 12:00 AM
He competed on July 20 in San Antonio, Texas, at the National Shooting Complex in the Clayfest Competition. He placed third in the Main Event Sub Jr., first in Super Sporting Sub Jr. and second in Five-Stand Sub Jr. On July 21 he competed in Dallas, Texas, at Elm Fork Shooting Club in the Jon Henderson Memorial Classic.
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August 02 12:00 AM
Rendezvous South “is a preeminent, one-of-a-kind trade show where we are partnering with destinations — similar-sized cities, similar-sized venues and other markets throughout the Southeast — to bring in meeting planners to our destination to show...
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July 31 12:00 AM

Two works of local art will go on the auction block Saturday, Aug. 3, at The Rug Gallery, 1509 E. Bert Kouns Industrial Loop.

 An auction planned for Saturday, Aug. 3, at The Rug Gallery, 1509 E. Bert Kouns Industrial Loop in Shreveport, will feature more than just leftover rugs, carpets and display racks. Two magnifice

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