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We won't always be lucky, but we can always be prepared

By STEVE KUPERSTOCK - EDITOR,

Wednesday and Thursday of last week were dreary, with some rain and some wind.
By Friday the sun was shining and everything was good around here.
But just over 200 miles away from Franklinton, it was a different story. There was devastation and flooding in Gulf Shores, Pensacola, and the surrounding areas.


Did you lose a cow?

Someone in Washington Parish is missing a cow.

A wandering cow turned up on property located near RJ Riley Road and Peterson Road in the Mount Hermon area.

If that's your cow, or if you know whose cow it is, call Carol at 985-705-8899.








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Court dates have been rescheduled

If you were scheduled to appear in Washington Parish Misdemeanor Court or had a traffic ticket date in March, April or May, 2020, please report to the 9-1-1 Building behind the Sheriff’s Office/Jail in Franklinton (also known as the “old Franklinton Police Department”) to get your new court date. You can report any time between 8:30 a.m.





Edwards extends facemask mandate until at least August 28; 58 deaths in Washington Parish

UPDATED, TUESDAY AUGUST 4

Governor John Bel Edwards announced Tuesday that his order mandating face masks has been extended until at least August 28.

Louisiana hasn’t advance far enough in its fight against Coronavirus and so it must remain in Phase 2, the governor said.


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