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Village Sidewalks And Catch Basins In Dire Need Of Repair

Sidewalks and catch basins, which many are in dire need of repair, were on the agenda at the July Village of Napoleonville Meeting. Some of the Village’s catch basins are so old that they have sunk into the ground and require orange cones to be placed in front of them for the public’s safety.

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School Board Remembers Employees And Student

The Assumption Parish School Board paid respect to four members of the school family at its July 16th meeting. The first was a Resolution of Sympathy for Patrick Jones. Jones was an educator and coach and he was remembered as an outstanding employee and citizen of Assumption Parish. Nellie Claire Landry was also remembered as an outstanding employee and citizen of Assumption Parish.

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The Labadieville Branch Library Summer Reading Program

Labadieville Branch Library kicked off the summer reading program with fizzing fun. The children enjoyed listening to  Mrs. Lenora read The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle followed by a butterfly and caterpillar craft. After the crafts, the children wrapped each other in toilet tissue, demonstrating a caterpillar in its pupa. Story time ended with a colorful fizzing experiment.

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Bruce Unangst Declares Candidacy For District Court Judge

Bruce Unangst, a Republican, today announced his entry in the race for District Judge Division C in the 23rd Judicial District, which includes the tri-parish area of Ascension, Assumption, and St. James. The Division C opening is being created by the expected candidacy of current Judge Guy Holdridge for the Court of Appeal.

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