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Adley’s bill adds credibility to checks

Adley’s bill adds credibility to checks

If present law stands ­– with no revisions – a private detective licensed by the Louisiana State Board of Private Investigator Examiners is all one needs to run a background check on potential employees.

"There are certain businesses that have to get criminal histories on people before hiring them," said Dist. 36 state Sen. Robert Aldey, R-Benton. "There are two types businesses: one that requires fingerprinting and complete background and another one that requires nothing but a name and ID check. In other words, you ask if this person is who they say they are. The PI gets on a computer and types in a name, looks at a picture and ID and says 'yeah, that's who that is.'"

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Reynolds agrees to evaluation bill compromise

BATON ROUGE (AP) — The disciplinary effects of a new statewide teacher evaluation system would be delayed for a year to give schools time to work out kinks in the assessm...

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Man strikes out with ‘one hitter’

Man strikes out with ‘one hitter’

Police find driver asleep at the wheel

One Minden man was fortunate that his vehicle was sitting still when he fell asleep at the wheel.

Unfortunately for him, when Minden ...

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Adley’s bills benefit vets

Adley’s bills benefit vets

A Constitutional amendment to provide eligibility for disabled veterans and their spouses for certain exemptions from ad valorem taxes is awaiting the stamp of approval f...

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Progress being made at new COA site

Progress being made at new COA site


Progress is being made at the Sheppard Street building site of the new Webster Parish Council on Aging facility.

"They have the roughing-in of the plumbing," said Dathene ...

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