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Many Rapides Voters Switch Party Affiliation for Primary

Here’s what the voter registration landscape now looks like for the March 5th Presidential Primary in Rapides Parish. Remember, Wednesday Read More →

RPSO Searches for Runaway Juvenile

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The Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s  assistance in locating a runaway Juvenile, Mycha Ebey. Mycha is a 16 Read More →

Standoff in Grant Parish Leads to Arrest of Pollock Man

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The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office received a call of a disturbance in Pollock.  When the Pollock Police Department and the Read More →

2 More Suspects Arrested in Stabbing Case

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Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Detectives have arrested two additional suspects in connection with the January 30th Stabbing Death of Dylan Kyle Read More →

Murder Arrest made in connection with Dylan Poche Death

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According to Natchitoches Parish Sheriff Victor Jones Jr., this evening at approximately 7:30pm, Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Detectives with a criminal Read More →

State Police Arrest Former Avoyelles Police Officer

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Avoyelles Parish – Earlier today, Louisiana State Police Bureau of Investigation/Alexandria Field Office (LSP AFO) arrested Joseph Johnson (B/M 47 Read More →

7 Arrested in Multi-State ATV Thefts

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Sheriff Sam Craft of the Vernon Parish Sheriff’s Office announces that officials in Texas and Oklahoma have located seven suspects Read More →

Wednesday Last Day to Register for Primary

BATON ROUGE, La. – Louisiana Secretary of State Tom Schedler reminds everyone the March 5th Presidential Preference Primary is a Read More →

Cenla Chamber Holds Member Orientation, Open House

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The Cenla Chamber held its Member Orientation and Open House yesterday morning. All new and existing Chamber members were invited Read More →

Pineville High Holds Career Day for Students

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Pineville High School sponsored a career day for its students yesterday morning. Many local businesses and institutions of higher education Read More →

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