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Some of our top news stories from the August 13 paper.

Winning bid accepted for Phelps work program

By Crystal Nix

Mayor Lawrence Henagan, along with the city council members and city authorities, recently attended the 77th Annual Louisiana Municipalities Association Convention in Baton Rouge. Read More

Museum train cars being refurbished

The DeQuincy Railroad Museum’s outdoor artifacts, a 1913 stream engine, a 1947 passenger coach and two vintage cabooses, are undergoing cleaning, repairs and repainting. Read More

School supply giveaway has over 150 attendees

The 3rd Annual School Supply Giveaway was held Friday, Aug. 8 at the DeQuincy Oak Street Pool and Recreation Center for DeQuincy students in Kindergarden through grade 12. Over 150 people were served a hot dog lunch and attended the pool party. 100 backpacks and binders were given to young students. Read More

Triathlon to be Aug. 23

The DeQuincy Police Association will hold their 5th Annual Triathlon on Saturday, Aug. 23, at 8 a.m. sharp at the Oak St. Swimming Pool in DeQuincy. This will be a run, bike and swim event for amateurs and beginners only. Read More

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