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The Lincoln Parish Narcotics Enforcement Team is continuing its search today for suspects in a drug roundup that has resulted in 18 arrests so far. Operation Déjà vu began April 10 and is the third major warrant roundup conducted by LPNET since March 2018. Agents have served 40 arrest warrants for narcotics distribution in the parish, Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Stephen Williams said Wednesday. “I want to commend the troops over at LPNET on a job well done,” Williams said. “These cases are not easy to make but are vital to keeping this community safe and free from violence...

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Christian Community Action continues to run low on funds and resort to purchasing food, but citizens will have the opportunity to help raise funds at the annual Soup for the Soul. Soup for the Soul,...
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Simsboro School honored Lincoln Parish law enforcement officers on Sept. 14. We wanted to show our support, gratitude and respect for these men and women in our community. Officers were invited to...
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Current Cedar Creek students honored for their Advanced Placement achievements: Irene Hild, left, Kathryn Bryan, Nikki Mallepalli, Brandon Carroll, Mary Tyler Storms, Brooke Evans, Madison Hoffman...
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The Greater Grambling Chamber of Commerce recognized several community businesses and citizens for their achievements during the eighth annual Community Contributions Banquet including one given...
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The fifth annual Wiggin’ Out event held at Squire Creek Country Club raised raised more than $35,500. Since their inception in 2011 the organization, which helps to support men and women who are...