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Winnsboro officials have yet to receive word from the Internal Revenue Service on whether Winnsboro must pay penalties stemming from W-2’s not being filed in 2016 for town employees.

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Delhi farmer Thomas “Tommy” Dickerson pleaded guilty Monday to making false statements in crop loan applications to the U.S. government to fraudulently obtain some $998,000.

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The Franklin Parish Police Jury may install culverts in private driveways and gravel the driveways if the project serves the parish drainage system, according to a Louisiana State Board of Ethics opinion to be released this week, according Karah Lochbrunner, assistant secretary - treasurer f…

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Wisner is a certified Downtown Arts & Cultural District by the Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, said Mayor Marc McCarty.

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Monroe police arrested a Mangham man on suspicion of second-degree murder last week after authorities learned of a shooting at the Circle K on Louisville Avenue.

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The following arrests were recorded at the Franklin Parish Detention Center between July 1-8, 2019.

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Gene Boquet assumed duties as post commander of Hanna Richardson Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 3155 July 1.

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Data released last week by the Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS) shows that Louisiana’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate decreased to 4.4 percent in May 2019, which places Louisiana in full employment status, according to BLS.

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Farmers and ranchers with expiring Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) contracts may now re-enroll in certain CRP continuous signup practices or, if eligible, select a one-year contract extension. 

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Northeast Louisiana Ambulance Service (NELA) will continue to provide exclusive emergency and non-emergency ambulance services in Tensas Parish for at least five more years.

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Assets for the Tensas Parish Police Jury exceeded liabilities by $7,653,101 in 2018, according to a financial report compiled by CPA Silas Simmons LLP of Natchez and released Monday by the Louisiana Legislative Auditor.

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Franklin Medical Center posted $32,096 in total income during May, according to budget numbers released at the Board of Commissioners regular meeting Thursday.

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The following arrests were recorded at the Franklin Parish Detention Center between June 24-July 1, 2019.

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The Franklin Parish School Board approved two policy updates strengthening prior stances on student participation during the Pledge of Allegiance and a tougher code of conduct concerning graduation pranks at its regular meeting Monday.

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The Winnsboro Town Council approved the city’s 2019-2020 fiscal year budget in a special noon meeting Monday, after balking the proposal at its regular meeting June 17.

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The following arrests were recorded at the Franklin Parish Detention Center between June 17-24, 2019.

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Winnsboro is experiencing a spike in juvenile gun violence this summer particularly along Roland Street and at Westwood Apartments where residents report gun shots on a nightly basis, said Police Chief Will Pierce.

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The Winnsboro Town Council approved the city’s 2019-2020 fiscal year budget in a special noon meeting Monday, after balking the proposal at its regular meeting June 17.

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The following arrests were recorded at the Franklin Parish Detention Center between June 10-17, 2019.

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AIDEN FLETCHER and Anne Belle McLemore show the first cotton bloom of Franklin Parish for the season. Aiden is the grandson and Anne Belle is the daughter of Kirby and Michelle McLemore. The bloom, an OPL 1518 variety of cotton, was gathered on the McLemore Farm on the border of Chase and Gi…

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The Winnsboro Town Council declined to approve the city’s 2019-2020 fiscal year budget because of the recently closed swimming pools.

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Owners of unkept properties in Wisner will receive a warning letter in the mail this week stating they have 10 days to clean up their properties or face penalties.

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The battle against blighted property continues as Gilbert aldermen approved an ordinance to join forces with Louisiana Municipal Advisory and Technical Services Bureau (LaMATS).

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