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House, Senate agree to delay

BATON ROUGE, (AP) — Both the House and Senate unanimously agreed Monday to delay by one year the start of Gov. Bobby Jindal's plan to shift future rank-and-file state workers to a 401(k)-style retirement plan.

A suspension of the law until July 1, 2014, would give lawmakers time to have some outstanding issues resolved.

Last Updated ( May 07, 2013 )

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Dozier to step down as superintendent

Dozier to step down as superintendent

At the end of his two-year contract this fall, Webster Parish School Superintendent Steve Dozier will step down.

Citing personal reasons, Dozier made the announcement at M...

Last Updated ( May 07, 2013 )

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Electrical outlet catches fire, Harper students evacuated

Electrical outlet catches fire, Harper students evacuated

Harper Elementary students were evacuated just before 10 a.m. Monday as fire crews extinguished a burning electrical outlet.

There were no reported injuries and the o...

Last Updated ( May 06, 2013 )

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Traffic Advisory: Portion of Fort Street to close Wednesday

Traffic Advisory: Portion of Fort Street to close Wednesday

A sewer main repair will have some Minden residents taking a different route Wednesday.

Fort Street from Graveyard Street to Walnut Street will be closed to all traffic as...

Last Updated ( May 06, 2013 )

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Police nab two on drug charges

Police nab two on drug charges

A man who was illegally parked was arrested on drug charges last week. A tip led police to his residence where his roommate was also taken into custody on similar charges...

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