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State wants local funds

State wants local funds

Emergency management funds may be reduced by 68 percent to Webster Parish's Office of Homeland Security. The funds would be taken by the Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP).

Sandy Davis, Homeland Security Region 7 director, explained the money typically given to local entities may be used by the state to pay for salaries.

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Book signing at library

Book signing at library

Springhill native will autograph new book Thursday

John Corey Whaley's award-winning first novel, "Where Things Come Back," is a story of second chances.

On Thursday, March...

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Suspect says he had victim’s OK to use debit card

Suspect says he had victim’s OK to use debit card

A local man shared more than just his residence with a roommate and ended up paying a price.

Michael Gene Williams, 36, of the 100 block of Bay Creek Road, is charged with...

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Dealer dealt 10

Dealer dealt 10

Eason sentenced to a pair of 10-year terms, will be served concurrently

Webster Parish Sheriff's deputies took a major player out of the drug dealing ring in December, and...

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No Injuries in One-Vehicle Crash

No Injuries in One-Vehicle Crash



A 1998 GMC Suburban overturned in the median of Interstate 20 near mile marker 40 Friday at approximately 2 p.m. when the driver, Jeffery Stansberry of Rayville, lost con...

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