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Some of our top news stories from the January 9 paper.

Possible kidnapping victim rescued in parking lot

Submitted by Det. Jerry Bell

DeQuincy Police Dept.

On Friday, Dec. 28, Officers Roy Williams and Jeremy Gatlin were dispatched to a reported fight going on at a local bank parking lot. Upon arrival they discovered that there was more involved than just a fight. Detectives Jerry Bell and Casey Whitehead were dispatched to the scene and soon discovered that there had been an apparent kidnapping involving a 21-year-old female from Orange, Texas. The female was taken to the local hospital to be checked out. Read More

City Council meeting to be held January 14

The DeQuincy City Council will hold their regular monthly meeting on Monday, Jan. 14, at 6 p.m. in City Hall Council Chambers, 300 N. Holly St. Read More

Celebration set Jan. 21 for MLK Day

Submitted by Elaine Jackson

The annual MLK Celebration and parade will be held Monday, Jan. 21, at Bethel A.M.E. Church. Read More

Azalea Street house total loss after morning fire

DeQuincy and Ward Six Fire Departments were called Monday morning at 7:30 a.m. to respond to a structure fire at 105 Azalea Drive in DeQuincy. Upon arrival of the first fire department unit, the home was involved in flames. Read More

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