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Some of our top news stories from the October 11 paper.

Bids to be taken for Town Hall Museum roof

By Crystal Nix

The DeQuincy City Council authorized Mayor Lawrence Henagan to go out for bids on a new roof for the Old Town Hall Museum at the Monday, Oct. 9 meeting of the DeQuincy City Council. Calcasieu Parish Police Juror Sandy Treme secured a $50,000 grant to help with the project. The Old Town Hall Museum has raised a substantial amount. Read More

Riley Smith named to Housing Authority Board

Mayor Lawrence Henagan appointed Riley Smith as the Commissioner of the Housing Authority of the City of DeQuincy at the Monday, Oct. 9, meeting of the DeQuincy City Council. Read More

DHS seniors to interview veterans

The English IV class at DeQuincy High school will be completing a research project this year on the topic of military life. As part of their project requirements, the students must conduct an interview. Read More

Jeremy Rutledge taken into custody

Friday, Oct. 6, the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office received a call from a citizen in Westlake that informed deputies he had just seen fugitive Jeremy Rutledge, 32, of DeQuincy, on Fred Lutz Rd. in Westlake. Read More

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