Early voter turnout in Pointe Coupee Parish has been strong since opening day for the Nov. 3 election that includes the presidential race and several other key items on the ballot.

A newly formed coalition of local law enforcement agencies and the Pointe Coupee Parish Sheriff’s Office confiscated marijuana, pills and drug paraphernalia Oct. 14 during its first parishwide roundup.

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Funeral services were held Wednesday for Louisiana State Police Trooper Craig Jewell, a Pointe Coupee Parish resident who spent more than 25 years with Troop A.

With the first nine weeks completed, students enrolled in welding courses at Livonia High School are putting their plans to work.   

Catholic of Pointe Coupee has added a course to its high school curriculum. Offered as an LSU dual-enrollment class, students have the opportunity to take an introduction to engineering class.  

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We’re down to the wire on the 2020 presidential election, and this writer has drawn a conclusion from this year’s campaign.

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Jesus, as my heart searches for You in the stillness of the night, and in the break of the morning dew, will You remember me? When I reach out to the hurting and the unloved, do You see me, will You remember me? When my soul helps a friend in pain, do You look upon me, will You remember me?

It’s that time of year again, where, if you work for a medium to large employer, you’ve got some decisions to make because it’s open enrollment time. Of course, depending on your situation, you may have been working remotely for a while, but, even so, you will likely have the opportunity to …

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Should Pointe Coupee Parish teachers receive the entire $6,000 raise beween before May?

The Pointe Coupee Parish School Board voted 6-2 to begin the voter-approved teacher pay raises during the calendar year, rather than the school system's fiscal year, which runs July 1-June 30l. How do you think the School Board should address the raise?

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