Subject in Frank Morris arson dies
The Justice Department as well as the FBI said Wednesday they gathered no evidence that a former Klansman from Rayville, who died earlier this week, was involved in the 1964 arson murder of Ferriday shoe shop owner Frank Morris.
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Turning Up The Heat On Civil Rights-Era Cold Cases
Frank Morris is seen standing in front of his shoe shop in Ferriday, La., in the 1950s.
Ferriday tax passes; turnout 6%
Ferriday voters approved the renewal of a 10-mill tax for public safety by an overwhelming majority on Saturday with only six percent of the registered voters casting ballots.
Four booked in attempted murder case
Four Ferriday residents, ages 20 to 26, have been booked in connection with the armed robbery and attempted first degree murder of a local business owner.
Ferriday tax on ballot
Ferriday voters will go the polls Saturday to decide the fate of a 10-mill tax renewal for public safety.
LSU defense short-handed in spring game
What to make of the 2013 LSU spring football game? The good, the bad and the ugly.
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Ferriday man arrested for possession of marijuana
Officers with the Broussard Police Department arrested a Ferriday man when officers conducted a traffic stop, only to discover he was carrying a large cargo of marijuana in his vehicle.
Army IRT agreement being finalized
An agreement is being finalized between the Town of Ferriday and the U.S. Army's Innovative Readiness Training program to locate at Central Louisiana Technical Community College in Ferriday in August.
Ferriday Rotary celebrating 85th year
The Ferriday Rotary Club is celebrating 85 years this week as the club continues its "Service Above Self" theme with more than three times the members it had when it was organized in 1928.