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Sep 02nd

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Delinquent taxes won’t hunt

Louisiana is a sportsman's paradise, it says so on the license plates. Hunting and fishing are an integral part of that paradise. However, Louisiana taxpayers who don't want to pay their taxes may not get to do either. Ignoring delinquent state income tax bills can result in suspension or denial of hunting, fishing or driver's licenses.

According to state law, taxpayers who owe more than $500 in delinquent individual state income tax may have their hunting or fishing licenses suspended or denied. Those who owe more $1000 may have their driver's license suspended or denied.

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COA Health Fair is good deal

The Thirteenth Annual Health Fair for senior citizens will be Friday, October 14, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Minden Civic Center.

The Webster Parish Council on Aging ...

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Louisiana State Parks has an app

While free Wi-Fi is already offered in all overnight facilities, the Louisiana Office of State Parks is once again taking advantage of technology by releasing a free mobi...

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It takes funds to run

It takes funds to runReported campaign finances of the Webster Parish Sheriff candidates show an enormous disparity in both received contributions and paid expenditures.

Differences in the Dis...

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Missing license attracts officers

Missing license attracts officersDriving in front of the Minden Police Station with no license plate drew some serious charges for one Minden man.

James Jenkins, 49, of the 400 block of Morrow Street was ...

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