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Webster school's surveillance system nearing completion

Webster school's surveillance system nearing completion

If there ever will be a violent threat to a Webster Parish school, officials are better prepared to eliminate it.

A security project several years in the works that allows school and homeland security to look inside the halls of every parish school, is nearing completion.

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Special ceremony commemorates La. soldiers

Special ceremony commemorates La. soldiers
For 58-year-old Tom von Kaenel, a retired American soldier living in Six Mile, S. C., the best way to honor his fallen comrades is a challenge – a Sea2Sea Challenge
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Firefighters hosting annual ‘Burn Run’

Firefighters hosting annual ‘Burn Run’

Motorcycle-riding firefighters will convene for a good cause in Webster Parish this weekend.

The Shreveport Chapter of the Brother's Keepers Motorcycle Club will be at Lak...

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Butch Williams to speak at museum

Butch Williams to speak at museum

Long-time educator and Minden resident Butch Williams will be featured Monday at the 42nd "Night at the Museum."

Williams was born in 1947, to Wayne and Irene Williams in ...

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Trooper says driver error is cause of most log truck crashes

Trooper says driver error is cause of most log truck crashes

After a couple of recent crashes involving log trucks, drivers in Webster Parish could be forgiven if they are more than a little cautious when they see a big rig hauling...

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School Board delays personnel changes

School Board delays personnel changes

Individuals interested in learning if their career in the Webster Parish school system is on the upswing will have to wait another two weeks to find out.

Parish school mem...

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Officials tout M6 powder disposal at D.C. conference

Officials tout M6 powder disposal at D.C. conference

For more than 35 years, chambers of commerce from this region have been making the trek to Washington D.C. to make their case to Louisiana's senators and congressman.

Not ...

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