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An anticipated shortfall in revenue and a need for money to replace aging technology has left the Pointe Coupee Parish 911 Commission in a quandary on how it will maintain its level of service.

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The New Roads Main Street Program was selected along with 25 other communities across Louisiana to earn national accreditation through the Main Street Program, Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser announced last week.

A move toward tax reform, revenue for roads and bridges and a hike in salaries for K-12 personnel were big victories in the 2021 legislative session last week, according to two lawmakers who represent Pointe Coupee Parish.

Fifteen members of the Alpha Lambda chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma society met on May 22 for their last meeting of the year at Not Your Mama’s Restaurant in Livonia.

Grants from several sources helped students at the STEM Magnet Academy of Pointe Coupee this academic year experience various aspects of art in art classes.

Pointe Coupee Dance Academy will present its 22nd annual recital, “Let’s Go to the Movies,” at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, June 13, at The Dunham School’s Brown-Holt Theater.

Below is a message “from above.” If it applies to you, I hope it blesses you, if you feel it is for a friend, then pass it along:

If you have young children, or grandchildren, you may be thinking of ways to save for their future educational needs. You might consider a 529 plan, which offers tax advantages and other benefits.

There once was a Knight who traveled a long distance to find a Sage who lived deep in the forest far away from the civilized world. After searching for weeks, he found the cave where the wise man was purported to live.

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