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Some of our top news stories from the July 16 paper.

Council still working on condemnations

By Crystal Nix

Grant Bush, IMCAL representative, updated the council on the Ozone Advance Program Action Plan at the Monday night City Council meeting. Read More

Don't provide alcohol to juveniles

DeQuincy detectives obtained warrants on several individuals who were providing alcohol for underage drinkers. Read More

European girls enjoy visit to DeQuincy

Clara Armero Creuze, 14, from Madrid, Spain and Sidonie Le Miere, 16, from Paris, France have spent three weeks in DeQuincy. Read More

Rev. Chris Wilbur new pastor at DeQuincy UMC

Rev. Chris Wilbur has assumed the pastoral duties at DeQuincy United Methodist Church, succeeding the Rev. Dr. Gloria Youngblood. She and her husband, Kenneth, arrived in DeQuincy on June 24. Read More

Volunteer firefighters give back to community

The DeQuincy Fire Department is manned by volunteers who generously give their time to help protect lives and property in the local area. The fire and rescue members work all kinds of fires, vehicle accidents, and respond to medical emergencies. Read More

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