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|IN TODAY'S SENTINEL -- WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 2009|
WAL-MART CHECK FOR $270,000 IN FRIDAY MAIL
Ferriday Mayor Glen McGlothin said a $270,000 check from Wal-Mart arrived in the mail Friday.
FEDS SHIFT GEARS IN MORRIS PROBE; SOME WITNESSES MAY HAVE BEEN 'UNTRUTHFUL'
U.S. Attorney Donald Washington of Lafayette said the investigation into the 1964 murder of black businessman Frank Morris of Ferriday has shifted gears and that some of the individuals recently interviewed by the FBI may have lied.
STRAIGHT LINE WINDS CAUSE HEAVY DAMAGE SUNDAY
The Concordia Parish Police Jury is seeking a state disposal permit to remove and burn piles of limbs and debris left in the aftermath of Sunday's storm, which included high wind and hail.
DA ANNOUNCES PERSONNEL CHANGES
District Attorney Brad Burget announced today (Wednesday) that Tron McCoy, who previously served as the DA's victim assistance coordinator, has been appointed a special investigator for 7th Judicial District. Other appointments were also made.
ROTARY ANNOUNCES SCHOLARSHIPS
Tance Hughes of Vidalia, Dwanda Carter of Ferriday, Lauren Hall of Huntington and Austin Lipsey of Monterey have been named winners of Ferriday Rotary Club's annual Ben Green Memorial Scholarship for 2008-09.
LAWMAKERS APPLAUD PILGRIM'S PRIDE, SAINTS DEALS
A new contract will keep the New Orleans Saints in New Orleans through 2025 while in northeast Louisiana, the future of the Pilgrim's Pride poultry processing facility seems a little more secure.
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