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Apr 17th

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Parish wants waste

Building on the success of last year, Webster Parish Police Jury (WPPJ) environmental chairman Charles Odom is calling out again for parish citizens' old electronics, household chemicals, paint and other household hazardous waste.

WPPJ, Allied Waste, Tony's Salvage and Citizens Against Pollution (CAP) will hold the second Webster Parish Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day on Saturday October 20, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Minden Fair Grounds.

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Job Fair on tap in Shreveport

Due to recent layoffs (GM Plant Shutdown, GM Suppliers, International Paper of Minden) the City of Shreveport, Louisiana Workforce Commission and The Coordinating and Dev...

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Free-Wheelin’ Three Wheelers And Bike Tykes for St. Jude

Free-Wheelin’ Three Wheelers And Bike Tykes for St. Jude

First Baptist weekday students participated in a trike-a-thon in support of St. Jude last week. Students' tricycles and bikes were decorated with pictures of St. Jude pat...

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Endangered woodpeckers driven to new homes

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — It's autumn, the season to carry endangered woodpeckers to new territory.

More than 80 pairs of juvenile red cockaded woodpeckers are being moved from b...

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Campfire sparks burn ban

Campfire sparks burn ban

An apparent campfire gone wrong on Friday, October 12, prompted Webster Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Director John Stanley to issue a bur...

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