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DEQ Believes Temple-Inland May Be Responsible For Very Large Fish Kill

Department of Environmental Quality officials are continuing to investigate an extensive fish kill incident that affected the Pearl River in Washington and St. Tammany parishes.

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CPSB News Release
CPSB News Release
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CPSB District Three Interim Member Named, Sworn In Today

The Caddo Parish School Board has appointed Debra Seamster to serve as interim representative to fill the vacancy in District 3.

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Multiple Use
Multiple Use
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No Fireworks Through The End Of The Month

At a mid-morning news conference came word that a coalition of area fire department's decided to ban the sale and use of fireworks through the end of the month. 

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Police Checkpoint
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DWI Sobriety Checkpoint In Webster Parish This Weekend

The Webster Parish Sheriff’s Office announced today that it will again partner with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries conduct a DWI Sobriety Checkpoint project.  In an effort to remind motorists of the increased need for safety on our busy roadways, authorities have chosen this coming Saturday and Sunday, June 25th and 26th, 2011 to conduct their plan.

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India.wood/Flickr Images
India.wood/Flickr Images
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Some Schools Still Closed Today

I spoke with Bienville Parish School's Superintendent William Britt a little while ago and he informed me that there are still water issues at a couple of the schools.  Britt says Ringgold Elementary and Ringold High School (6th through 12th grade) are working through the water issues and that everything should be back to normal in time for school to resume tomorrow (Friday).

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New Hampshire Public Radio/Flickr
New Hampshire Public Radio/Flickr
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Fire Stations Added As Drop-Off Points

I told you earlier in the week about Caddo Sheriff's Safety Town being a drop-off point for your unused or unwanted prescription meds, now Shreveport Police Chief Willie Shaw has announced that his department will join together with other local law enforcement agencies to participate in the national "Take-Back" initiative for prescription medications to be held this weekend.

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New Hampshire Public Radio/Flickr
New Hampshire Public Radio/Flickr
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Got Drugs? One’s That Are Expired Or That You Need To Dispose Of?

Citizen’s can dispose of unwanted prescription drugs this Saturday at Sheriff’s Safety Town as part of National Prescription Drug Take Back Day.  

Local law enforcement agencies across the country will be working in co-operation with the DEA  to set up collection sites for old, unwanted, and expired pharmaceutical controlled substances and other medications

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