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Jul 22nd

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Agent: Webster won’t see much from Isaac

Webster Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Director John Stanley reports that Webster Parish is not expected to see significant weather or refugees from Tropical Strom Isaac.

"There are no shelters being set up here," Stanley said. "Our side of the state won't receive as much wind or rain – we may get very little rain."

Isaac is expected to arrive just shy of the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina in the early morning Wednesday, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC).

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Ledig takes back reins at Town and Country

Ledig takes back reins  at Town and Country

With all the changes in the health care industry over the past several years, one thing has remained constant at Town and Country Health & Rehab: the presence of its ...

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Marvin appoints Stinson as ADA

Marvin appoints Stinson as ADA

District Attorney J. Schuyler Marvin has appointed Douglas M. Stinson as Assistant District Attorney for the Juvenile Division of the Twenty-Sixth Judicial District Court...

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Fire board ‘lays off’ Hurley

Fire board ‘lays off’ Hurley

Action taken against DA’s advice

Cotton Valley Fire Protection District 8 has "laid-off" the employment of its embattled assistant fire chief, Adam Hurley. His effective l...

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Sagging drawers draw scrutiny

Sagging drawers draw scrutiny

Minden Police arrest Shreveport man with marijuana in pants

Sagging pants may be a fashion statement, but one man learned that being in style can be costly.

Chadrick Washin...

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