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Tuesday May 5, 2015
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Four parish tax renewals pass by landslide

LIVINGSTON — The four tax proposals on the Livingston Parish ballot Saturday received landslide approval.

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Wendy Bibby of Odyssey Academy of Dance, director of the Tri- Parish Ballet, has announced that she will hold auditions for “Cinderella” on Saturday, May 16, at 2 p.m.

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Albany's MeMe Sykes signs with University of Mobile

Albany girls basketball player MeMe Sykes signed a letter of intent to play basketball for the University of Mobile. Pictured are seated, from left - Tiffany Sykes, mother; MeMe Sykes, signee; Ivy Williams, step-father; standing, from left - Amy Carter, Albany High School Assistant Principal; Tiras Magee, AAU Coach; Sean Sykes, brother; Jill Prokop, Albany High School principal; and Stacy Darouse, Albany High School girls basketball Head Coach.

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Dash to the finish line

Live Oak High's J.T. Matte (left), Live Oak High's Benjamin Bonura and Westside Jr. High's Zachary Hart dash to the finish line in the 25 meter race. The fifth annual Livingston Parish Special Olympics was held April 24 at Live Oak High School. Approximately 140 athletes participated in this year's Special Olympics.

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Flag Presentation to DSPD

Republican U.S. Senator David Vitter (center) presents the Denham Springs Police Department a U.S. flag in memory of fallen DSPD Officer James Foster to DSPD Police Chief Scott Jones and Mayor Gerard Landry during a ceremony Friday at the department headquarters. The flag flew over the U.S. Capitol on Dec. 29, the day Foster died in a motorcycle crash en route to traffic call on Interstate 12.

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