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Unitary status strips board of hiring powers, goes to superintendent

Unitary status strips board of hiring powers, goes to superintendent

Now that the Webster Parish school system no longer requires federal court supervision and has moved into unitary status, change was expected. One of the biggest changes was outlined Monday by attorney Jon Guice.

"In a nutshell, simply, when it comes to employment and compensation, the board has no role," Guice told members of the parish school board during their Monday meeting. "Act 1 says all decisions relative to hiring are made by the superintendent."

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Former fire official scheduled for trial

Former fire official scheduled for trial

Former Cotton Valley assistant fire chief Adam Hurley is scheduled to go to trial Monday, July 7 on charges of malfeasance in office and felony theft.

Hurley and former Fi...

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Law Enforcement

Webster Arrest Report

Local and parish law enforcement officers made the following arrests during the period June 24 through June 29.

Hayden Wesley Jones, 20, 1700 of block Almond Circle, Minde...

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Downtown businesses getting new awnings

Downtown businesses getting new awnings

Two downtown businesses are temporarily closed while demolition takes place on the awning in front.

Habacu's Mexican Restaurant and Second Hand Rose Antiques should reopen...

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Reclaimed status allows for tax exempt donations for shelter

Reclaimed status allows for tax exempt donations for shelter

Charlotte Jones knows a homeless man who comes to United Christian Assistance Program (UCAP) every few months for food.

"He lives in a car somewhere with his family ... he...

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