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Primary election is Saturday with polls opening at 7 a.m. and closing at 8 p.m.

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Cattle producers can limit the amount of time cattle feed on hay without any negative effects if the hay has good nutritional quality, an LSU AgCenter forage specialist said at an AgCenter beef and forage field day on Sept. 19.

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Winnsboro will be featured in a podcast highlighting small southern towns after being one of only five municipalities selected in Louisiana, said Sandra Robinson, secretary of Winnsboro Main Street economic committee.

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Sen. Neil Riser of Columbia will face Kevin Bates of Winnsboro in a Nov. 16 runoff in the District 20 House race.

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A small group of residents voiced their opinions about higher water rates at Gilbert’s regular meeting Thursday night.

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Primary election is Saturday with polls opening at 7 a.m. and closing at 8 p.m.

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The Franklin Parish burn ban has been lifted, according to Mitch Reynolds, director of Emergency Preparedness for Franklin Parish. 

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Four bids for garbage collection service providers were reviewed at the Franklin Parish Police Jury public works committee meeting Monday morning.

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Franklin Medical Center’s net operating income was $2,638,382 for August, according to budget numbers released during the Board of Commissioner’s regular meeting Sept. 26.

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Wisner Town Council members agreed Thursday at a special meeting to advance measures to remove junk and other debris from the town’s corporate limits.

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Northeast Louisiana Veteran’s Cemetery in Rayville will be receiving the National Cemetery Administration Operational Excellence Award, said Tim Johnson, director.

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U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy, a member of the Senate’s education committee, recently announced 26 senators have signed their names onto the bipartisan College Transparency Act (CTA) with the addition of U.S. Senators Chuck Grassley (R-IA). 

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Cattle producers can limit the amount of time cattle feed on hay without any negative effects if the hay has good nutritional quality, an LSU AgCenter forage specialist said at an AgCenter beef and forage field day on Sept. 19.

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Winnsboro will be featured in a podcast highlighting small southern towns after being one of only five municipalities selected in Louisiana, said Sandra Robinson, secretary of Winnsboro Main Street economic committee.

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Winnsboro’s public fire protection classification was raised to six from its previous classification of five, said Fire Chief Orlando Logan.

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Early voting for the Oct. 12 primary election will begin Sept. 28 and run through Oct. 5 said Geneva Cupp, Franklin Parish Registrar of Voters.

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Editor’s Note: The is the first article of a two-article series about the Winnsboro-Franklin Chamber of Commerce political forum held Sept. 10. In the first article, local candidates and some of their responses are highlighted. In the second article, candidates running for house and senate s…

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Tax assessment appeals from two businesses and one resident were denied by the Franklin Parish Police Jury acting as a board of review.

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Collaborations among growers and industry partners have long sustained the growth and profitability of the sweet potato industry in Louisiana.

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Boggy Bayou project is nearing completion while Bayou Macon Cut-Off project should resume this week, said Ken McManus with McManus Consulting Engineers of Monroe.

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