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January 17 12:00 AM
“When I first ran for office, my promise was to be tough on crime and careful with the money. We deal with more than $300 million in taxpayer dollars, handle more than 30,000 checks and deposits, and handle well over 150,000 accounts of taxpayer transactions, and every penny is accounted for,” Prator said.
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January 10 12:00 AM
Bobby Ingram II, the Minden man currently serving 28 years for manslaughter for the 2006 shooting death of his ex-wife, Kim Ingram, will be back in 26th Judicial District Court Feb. 19 as the next step in determining whether or not he will be looking at another trial.

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