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Some of our top news stories from the October 22 paper.

Early voting open until Oct. 28

Early voting for the Nov. 4, Open Congressional Election will be conducted at the following locations and dates for those who would like to vote early or who will be out of the Parish on election day: Read More

2014 royalty of Heritage and Timber Fest told

Lauren Duck was crowned Miss Ragley Heritage and Timber Festival Queen on Sept. 28. She is the 17-year-old daughter of Lynn and Anita Duck of Oakdale. Lauren reigned over the 16th annual Ragley Heritage and Timber Festival on Oct. 18 at the Ragley Historical Square. Read More

Bunch received first four-year McNeese diploma

By Crystal Nix

Olan Bunch, a long time resident of Marcantel Settlement, was the first student to receive a diploma from McNeese State University as a four-year college. Read More

Toys for Tots applications

Toys For Tots will be accepting applications on Thursday, Nov. 6, at DeQuincy City Hall, 300 N. Holly St., from 10-11:30 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Read More

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