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

Whitehead receives Civic Service Award



Sgt. Casey Whitehead of the DeQuincy Police Department was the recipient of the annual Civic Service Award at the 70th annual DeQuincy Chamber of Commerce banquet held Thursday night, Mar. 16, at Bible Baptist Fellowship Hall. Read More

DeQuincy Primary lockdown ends peacefully

DeQuincy Police Dept.

Darren R. Bradshaw and Kodi L. Cline were arrested following a barricade incident at a home on Beech Street Wednesday, Mar. 15, authorities said. Read More

Festival entertainers

Parker James and the Ken Marvel Band featuring Tod Stark will perform on the Main Stage at the 2017 Louisiana Railroad Days Festival on Saturday, Apr. 8, beginning at 6:30 p.m.. Read More

Mueller gets phone call from childhood hero

DeQuincy News sportswriter Chris Mueller received a very unexpected phone call last Friday afternoon. Mueller, who has been diagnosed with chondrosarcoma, a rare bone cancer, has been a huge fan of former Cincinnati Reds player, Pete Rose, since his childhood. Read More

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