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Bastrop settles nearly 15-year-old firefighters lawsuit

Bastrop, La. (KNOE) - The City of Bastrop has settled a nearly 15-year-old lawsuit. Mayor Betty Alford-Olive announced on June 30 that the city had reached an agreement to settle a 2008 lawsuit that claimed the city’s pay practice for firefighters violated state law. “We appreciate our firefighters,” Mayor...
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Hamburg Area Chamber Of Commerce Business Of The Month Goes To Morgan & Co

The Hamburg Area Chamber of Commerce would like to congratulate Morgan & Co. on being voted July’s Business of the Month!. Owner, Brittany Outlaw, started nurturing her talents as a hair stylist right out of high school in 2007. Brittany said she always aspired to be a business owner and have her own salon. Over the years, she worked in other salons and built her clientele. In 2019, Brittany made her dream a reality when she purchased a building in Hamburg. With a lot of hard work, she and her family transformed the building into the sleek, fashionable salon that is today. When asked what her vision was for her salon, Brittany said, “I wanted to create a space that everyone felt welcome and comfortable in so they could come in and get pampered and then leave feeling good about themselves.“ Brittany expressed her desire to be a support system for other women so it only seemed natural to provide them with an opportunity to grown their own business as well. For this reason, Morgan & Co. has other chairs available that are occupied by other stylists.
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Jones College grad shines in the global spotlight

ELLISVILLE – If you’re streaming movies on Amazon and other Reel One Entertainment services located in Canada, you may find a familiar face in the movie, Love, Game, Match. Oak Grove resident and 2022 Jones College graduate, Emma Burge plays Ariella in the newly released movie. “Working on...
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Mickey D. Hale

Mickey D. Hale, 54, of Hamburg, died June 30, 2022 at his residence. Mr. Hale was a native and lifelong resident of Hamburg and a 1986 graduate of Hamburg High School. He was the produce manager at Jade Foods in Hamburg for several years and a member of Southside Baptist Church. Mr. Hale enjoyed spending time with his friends, Tommy Sivils and Morris Richardson.
HAMBURG, AR
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Epps High School parents fight to keep their school open

EPPS, La. (KTVE/KARD) – Epps parents are taking no for an answer. Ashley Harrington, a mother with two kids enrolled at the school, says she is doing everything she can to keep their school open.   “It’s horrible. You don’t eat, you don’t sleep. That’s all what you’re thinking about. What can I do? How can […]
EPPS, LA
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Dixie Brenda White

Dixie Brenda White, 80, of Crossett, passed away on June 27, 2022, in Little Rock. She was born in Warren on January 7, 1942, to her parents Garland, and Pauline Harris Harrelson. She was a 1960 graduate of Warren High School and a member of First Baptist Church of Crossett.
CROSSETT, AR
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