Category Archives: Local Headlines

McGehee Announces Candidacy for LA’s Commissioner of Insurance

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BATON ROUGE – Charlotte McDaniel McGehee, a Baton Rouge attorney with a practice in employment litigation and family law, today Read More →

Texas Business Man Arrested for theft in Bunkie

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Press Release – According to Sheriff Doug Anderson, John Valley, 36 years old of Spring Texas was arrested early Wednesday Read More →

City of Pineville issues boil advisory

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The City of Pineville has issued a boil advisory for around 60-homes near Sunnyhill Drive, just off Highway 28 East. Service Read More →

Deborah Randolph Appointed to U.S. Chamber Committee of 100

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WASHINGTON, D.C.—The U.S. Chamber of Commerce today welcomed 10 new executives to its Chamber of Commerce Committee of 100 (CCC100). Read More →

Abandoned Huey Long Hospital Added to Historic Registry

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The abandoned Huey P. Long Hospital in Pineville has been added to the Register of Historic Places. Mayor Clarence Fields Read More →

NRBIA Meets to Discuss Workforce Commission

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Finding work after college, it’s not so easy anymore Chad Bynog, for the North Rapides Economic Development group held a Read More →

Buhlow Recreation Walking Trails to Close for Maintenance

The Red River Waterway Commission is temporarily closing walking trails at the Fort Buhlow Recreation Park starting a week from Read More →

Sickle Cell Foundation To Hold Gala Sept 4th

The Sickle Cell Foundation will hold its gala fundraiser on Friday, September 4th. The funds will help maintain programs and Read More →

River Oaks Opens New Exhibits

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The River Oaks Square Arts Center had its new exhibit showing Friday. The Arts Center presented pieces from Seth Thibodaux, Read More →

Food Bank Participates in LSUA Student Orientation

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The Food Bank of Central Louisiana holds their day of service for the new students of LSUA as part of Read More →