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  1. While the nation watched to see if Monday’s federal government “shutdown” would be ended, local federal employees were watching to see if they should go home or if they were sitting in their offic View the full article
  2. Ollie Raye Texada View the full article
  3. Barry Wayne Lemoine, Sr. View the full article
  4. Charles Guy Bigum, Jr. View the full article
  5. The Avoyelles Parish Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking the whereabouts of the above individuals who are wanted in connection with an attempted second-degree murder and aggravated kidnapping tha View the full article
  6. An accident on Monday morning, January 22, has sent one person to an Alexandria hospital. View the full article
  7. Has the federal government shutdown affected you? View the full article
  8. Boys Basketball Monday, January 22 District 4-AA Rapides (7-10, 0-1) at Avoyelles Public Charter School (11-7, 0-0) View the full article
  9. This year’s strains of flu have sent numerous Avoyelles Parish residents to area hospitals and claimed the life of one woman in the parish, Coroner Dr. L.J. Mayeux said. View the full article
  10. Betty Ann Juneau View the full article
  11. Today Avoyelleans are enjoying a nice Spring day with temperatures in the 70s. View the full article
  12. {Editor’s Note: Avoyelles is known for its outstanding local food. To celebrate that, we will periodically feature a local restaurant or amateur chef of this parish.} View the full article
  13. Bruce Coulon automatically became the next mayor of Bunkie when his lone challenger was disqualified for not having lived in the town for at least one year. View the full article
  14. Gerard Tassin, II View the full article
  15. Marksville’s finances are a lot better than they were this time last year, but city officials were warned not to ease up on watching their spending. View the full article
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