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DENHAM SPRINGS – Two veterans in the fields of law and law enforcement stepped into new offices Friday as Denham Springs City Court Judge Jerry Denton and City Marshal Joe Shumate were sworn in.

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DENHAM SPRINGS -- The Denham Springs Police Department has issued an alert regarding a man who has not been seen since Friday, April 14.  

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SATSUMA – Livingston Parish schools are coming back, but it could take up to three more years before the last schools are back on their campuses, according to Rick Wentzel, superintendent of Livingston Parish public schools.

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The Iron Warriors Motorcycle Club's Central Louisiana chapter held its 15th Annual Blessing of the Bikes on Saturday, April 15, at the Magnolia Truck Plaza. Music, food, motorcycle gear, rider apparel, T-shirts, jewelry and motorbikes of all types and designs were available to enjoy. The Iro…

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HAMMOND – Five Livingston Parish residents were among 20 suspects arrested when the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office and three other law enforcement agencies carried out two search warrants in Tickfaw.

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LIVINGSTON – A Livingston Parish grand jury indicted often-arrested contractor Matthew J. Morris on 51 criminal counts related to contractor fraud, according to the 21st Judicial District prosecutor.

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LIVINGSTON – A month-long drug investigation into two apartments in Denham Springs led to the arrests of four persons and the seizure of narcotics and weapons – including an AK-47 -- according to the Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office. 

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HOLDEN – A Napoleonville man who was not wearing a seatbelt died Sunday, April 9, in a one-car crash on Interstate 12 near Holden, according to State Trooper Bryan Lee, spokesman for Troop A.

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BATON ROUGE  – Gov. John Bel Edwards’ Office of Community Development is urging all homeowners affected by the March and August 2016 floods to take a brief survey that will be available starting on Monday, April 10.

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When the nonprofit food pantry Mighty Moms, in Denham Springs, goes shopping, it takes extra manpower to unload and sort the items. On Saturday, April 1, members of the Denham Springs Kiwanis Club and Live Oak High Key Club helped unload its purchases from Sam’s Club. Mighty Moms, which oper…

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LIVINGSTON – March’s sale tax report for Livingston Parish, reflecting February sales, showed a smaller drop than usually seen, according to numbers collected by the Livingston Parish School Board Tax Office.

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