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Timothy “Brennon” Pena

Posted: Friday, December 20, 2013 10:17 am

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Gray's Creek exhibit

The Gray’s Creek Elementary School art students of teacher Lara Crafton are all smiles as they pose with Denham Springs Mayor Gerard Landry during a reception for a month-long exhibition of their work Saturday at the Arts Council of Livingston Parish. The children are (from left) 5th grader Taylor Luneau, 3rd grader Sabrina Luneau, 4th grader Maddie Shelton, 1st grader Hunter Luneau, 3rd grader Brendan Rivere, 4th grader Timothy Murray and twin sister Alyssa Murray and 4th grader Mason Rivere.

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Bridge officially opens

A brief ceremony was held Monday morning to officially open the Wax Road bridge. Pictured (from left) are engineer Chad Bacas with Forte and Tablada, Inc., Parish Council Chairman Chance Parent, DOTD representatives Ryan Rodney and Gary C. Penteis, state Rep. J. Rogers Pope, Parish President Layton Ricks, District 5 Parish Councilman Joan Landry, Parish Public Works Director Sam Digirolamo and Bobby Badeaux with Forte and Tablada.

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Denham vs. Walker basketball

Denham Springs Head Coach Wynn Wingate disagree with the referee's call. The referee looks out of the corner of his eye, feeling Wingate's gaze. Friday night's game against Walker was Wingate's final regular season home game of his career.

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