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Sen. Cassidy, Gen. McGuire Speak at Luncheon

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Fort Polk Progress and four regional Chambers of Commerce hosted U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy at a luncheon this morning. The Read More →

Alexandria Businessman Invited to U.S. Embassy Re-Opening

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An Alexandria businessman was the only Louisianan invited to the historic re-opening of the U.S. Embassy in Cuba earlier this Read More →

ASH Student Earns World Champion Weight Lifting Title

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Word comes this morning that an Alexandria High Senior weight lifter is now a world champion. You may recall the Read More →

Restaurant Assoc. Awards Scholarships to 3 Local Students

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In a state where food is important, 3 Central Louisiana students are awarded scholarships by the Restaurant Association’s Education Foundation. Read More →

Director of a Non-profit Arrested for Theft

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Sheriff Sam Craft announces the arrest of Samuel Kincade age 53 of Leesville. Mr. Kincade was the Director of a Read More →

Fugitive Wanted in Texas Arrested in Alexandria

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Agents with the Attorney General’s FAU arrested 32-year-old Christopher Pryor at an Alexandria business and booked him into the Rapides Read More →

Search Warrent Leads to Heroin Arrest in Alexandria

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Press Release – On August 25th, 2015, Agents assigned to the Sheriff’s Office Metro Division served a search warrant at Read More →

Drug Bust in Natchitoches

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News Release – Domestic disturbance leads to the arrest of a Natchitoches man and the recovery of approximately $100,000 worth Read More →

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 →

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