Monthly Archives: June 2013

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RPSO Fries Fish for Red Cross Heroes Campaign

Red Cross

        You could hear the fish frying this morning off Highway 28 West.  The Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Read More →

Preliminary Winners Selected in Miss LA Pageant


Two more preliminary winners are selected in the Miss Louisiana Pageant – now underway in Monroe.  Thursday night’s winners are Read More →

4 Arrested in Natchitoches for Drugs & Cruelty to a Juvenile


Natchitoches Deputies arrest four people for drugs and cruelty to juvenile.  Deputies say 25-year-old Leah Admire, 31-year-old Nicholas Skinner, 28-year-old Read More →

4 Arrested for Attempted Murder


Alexandria Police arrest four people for attempted murder last night near Huffman and Harvard streets.  Shots were fired — but Read More →

Grant Woman Pleads Guilty to Stealing Social Security Payments


A 57-year-old Grant Parish woman will be sentenced in September for spending her mother’s social security payments. Mary Elizabeth Kilpatrick Read More →

Two-Headed Turtle Hatches at San Antonio Zoo


The San Antonio Zoo is welcoming a rare arrival to its aquarium.  A two-headed turtle named “Thelma and Louise.” The Read More →

Resume-Writing Seminar Today


Few job-hunting skills can be as daunting as writing a resume.  During a workforce preparedness seminar today, tips were provided Read More →

Fire in Bordelonville

Strong winds are to blame for a fire in Bordelonville which destroyed part of an old structure that was scheduled Read More →

State Treasurer Kennedy Questions Privatization of Charity Hospitals

John Kennedy

State Treasurer John Kennedy is discussing the matter of privatizing so-called charity hospitals.  Kennedy says he’s not opposed to privatization, Read More →

DOTD Announces Road Work/Closures for July 4th Holiday


The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) today advised drivers of upcoming work schedules for interstate and major road Read More →

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