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Stonecipher talks politics at Lions Club

Stonecipher talks politics at Lions Club

On paper, Louisiana is considered a red state; one which leans conservative and votes Republican. But if this is true, there is something of an anomaly where its elected officials are concerned.

"You have to wonder why, out of two U.S. Senators, we still have a Democrat. How can you be a red state and have Mary Landrieu as your senior senator?" Elliott Stonecipher asked members of the Minden Lions Club Thursday.

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'Pack the Bus' helps kids go back to school

'Pack the Bus' helps kids go back to school

A large school bus parked on the sidewalk in front of Walmart was ready and waiting to be loaded with school supplies Saturday. With only one more hour to go in the Pack ...

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Caddo sheriff offers crime camp for youth

SHREVEPORT € — The Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office is offering a free crime scene investigations camp for 11 and 12-year-olds.

The camp will be July 29-31 at the sheriff's S...

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Former LSU standout Jacob hester speaks at LSU alumni event

Former LSU standout Jacob hester speaks at LSU alumni event

Bad weather had head coach Les Miles grounded in Baton Rouge Thursday, but a packed house at the annual LSU Alumni Association banquet saw a clutch performer come through...

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Woman accused of stealing $120k from employer

Woman accused of stealing $120k from employer

SPRINGHILL — A trusted employee proved not to be so trustworthy and a Springhill company is roughly $120,000 in the hole and behind in its payroll taxes as a result.

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EPA denies Army’s appeal of ruling on Camp Minden clean up

EPA denies Army’s appeal of ruling on Camp Minden clean up

WASHINGTON — Thursday was a banner day in making slow but sure progress in the quest to clean up millions of pounds of M6 propellant on the grounds at Camp Minden.

A staff...

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No agreement reached between Jindal and White

No agreement reached between Jindal and White

BATON ROUGE — A face-to-face meeting Thursday between Gov. Bobby Jindal and Education Superintendent John White didn't break an impasse over standardized testing, leaving...

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