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Grant may help local businesses

Local businesses stand to reap the benefits of a federal National Emergency Grant (NEG) through La. Workforce Commission (LWC).

Employers who hire qualifying participants could recoup a percentage of the new employee's training wages.

"We have this federal money and we are trying to get employers some training money," said LWC Business Service Representative Annette Blake. "The more (new employees) are going to train and do, the more hours (the employers) can get reimbursed for."

Last Updated ( November 03, 2011 )

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Fleming participates in military hearing

Washington D.C. – Congressman John Fleming, M.D., (LA-4), a member of the House Armed Services Committee participated in Wednesday's hearing on "The Future of the Militar...

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Vendors stretching from Main to Main

Vendors stretching from Main to Main

Vendor spaces in downtown Minden are full for the Twelfth Annual Main to Main Trade Days according to Pattie Odom, Minden Downtown Development Director.

"However, vendors ...

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Athlete suspended for striking coach

A North Webster High School football player who was arrested for striking his coach is under suspension and awaiting a disciplinary hearing.

Springhill Police Chief Will L...

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Financial woes still hound jury

Financial woes related to state and federal regulations dominated Webster Parish Police Jury's (WPPJ) November 1 meeting.

Concerns about state statutes requiring parishes ...

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