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  1. Baseball | 1/10/2017Ben McDonald Set to Speak at Dugout Club Banquet, Feb. 11Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 10 | Southern Miss

    ... in which he produced a 78-70 record and a 3.91 earned run average. He fanned 894 over 1291 1/3 innings. The Denham Springs, La., native was a standout in both basketball and baseball in college at LSU. During his three-year career collegiate ...

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  2. New St. Stanislaus coach hopes to continue winning tradition a " with a new lookRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 9 | Sunherald.com

    ... Darius Pittman (Purdue) and receiver Corbin Blanchard (Air Force). Factor in coach Bill Conides moving on to Denham Springs, Louisiana , and change seemed inevitable. That being said, the Rocks are hoping to keep their winning tradition intact with ...

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  3. Livingston Parish's post-flood sales tax collections tapering back toward normalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 8 | The Advocate

    As car sales begin to taper after the August floods and reconstruction continues, Denham Springs' mayor remains confident that retail will grow to fill the gap. Parishwide sales tax collections in December were up 52 percent over the same month last year, bringing in $11.1 million, according to the Livingston Parish School Board's Sales Tax Division.

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  4. Top priorities for new Denham Springs police chief? Recruitment, retention, outreachRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 7 | The Advocate

    After a tumultuous year in which Denham Springs ousted its police chief and captain, newly appointed Chief J. Shannon Womack said officer recruitment and retention, and community outreach are among his top priorities moving forward. Womack, whom the City Council appointed as police chief Dec. 13 on the recommendation of Mayor Gerard Landry, had filled the position on an interim basis since April.

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  5. Deputies: Second arrest made in case of woman locked in hotel room, abusedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | The Advocate

    Officers arrested a second person in a case where a woman was locked in a Baton Rouge hotel room where she was forced to stand and withstand verbal and physical abuse, according to an East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office report. Officials say that Diggs and Miller kept the woman locked in a hotel room between Oct. 30 and Nov. 22 while they were out of their Denham Springs homes due to the flood.

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  6. Flooding in B.R. area made worse by I-12 barriers, claims lawsuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | NOLA.com

    ... flood wall causing greater damage to areas north of the interstate, said officials from the cities of Denham Springs and Walker, who, along with two citizens, filed the lawsuit in Baton Rouge state court. "If this man-made flood wall is allowed to ...

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  7. Your Turn: Walker and Denham Springs lawsuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 6 | KPLC-TV Lake Charles

    This week's Your Turn segment goes to Judith Sibley. Sibley and many other people reacted on our Facebook page this week to the story about the cities of Walker and Denham Springs suing the state over the concrete wall on the Interstate.

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  8. Walker, Denham Springs file lawsuit blaming DOTD project for flooding area communitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 5 | KSLA-TV Shreveport

    The cities of Walker and Denham Springs have officially filed suit against the state of Louisiana and all contractors involve in the I-12 widening project, saying the concrete barrier wall along I-12 contributed to the devastating flooding in Livingston Parish communities in August. Several area mayors made the announcement at a press conference at the Walker Municipal building at 5:00 p.m. Thursday.

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  9. Top priorities for new Denham Springs police chief? Recruitment, retention, outreachRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 1 | The Advocate

    After a tumultuous year in which Denham Springs ousted its police chief and captain, newly appointed Chief J. Shannon Womack said officer recruitment and retention, and community outreach are among his top priorities moving forward. Womack, whom the City Council appointed as police chief Dec. 13 on the recommendation of Mayor Gerard Landry, had filled the position on an interim basis since April.

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  10. Faith Matters: Among top religion stories, faithful step up to help in tumultuous yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 1 | The Advocate

    Volunteer Lisa Herring, left, and her grandchildren Kaitlyn Jarreau, center, and Kaden Aucoin stack canned goods on a table at a Healing Place Church distribution center in Denham Springs. Churches and ministries played, and continue to play, a big role in the area's recovery from the August flood.

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  11. Baton Rouge business: Some still unclear about post-flood reopening; plenty new jobs; more big progress in 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 31 | The Advocate

    Businesses tooke on water at Juban Crossing looking northwest over I-12 in the Denham Springs area during severe flooding in Livingston Parish on Aug. 14. Deborah Sternberg, left, Erich Sternberg, Hans Sternberg and Donna Sternberg, are in the offices of AlwaysCare Benefits Inc. and Starmount Life Insurance. Unum, a Tennessee-based company, agreed to buy Starmount for $127 milion plus net assets.

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  12. Denham springs man arrested in strangling, beating the mother of his children, deputies sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 30 | The Advocate

    East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office deputies arrested a 33-year-old man Friday on allegations that he strangled and beat the mother of their four children. Bobby Singleton, 452 Carrie St., Denham Springs, was arrested on counts of domestic abuse battery strangulation, which is a felony.

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  13. Denham Springs woman accused of imprisoning sister in hotel, beating her while displaced by floodRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 30 | The Advocate

    A flood victim from Denham Springs is accused of keeping her sister locked in an East Baton Rouge hotel room for nearly a month. Cheryl Miller, 55, of 8763 Caliente Ave., was arrested Wednesday night and booked in East Baton Rouge Parish Prison on counts of false imprisonment and simple battery.

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  14. Greensburg woman booked in Juban Road fatal hit and runRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 29 | The Advocate

    A Greensburg woman was arrested early Thursday in the Dec. 20 fatal hit and run on Juban Road, Louisiana State Police said. Debra Bridges, 49, was found at a home in Greensburg around 2 a.m. Thursday, along with the blue 2001 Ford F-150 pickup truck that struck and killed 36-year-old Corey Peeples, of Denham Springs, as he walked along Juban Road, south of Interstate 12, Trooper 1st Class Bryan Lee said in a news release.

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  15. Troopers arrest woman in connection with Juban Road deadly hit and runRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 29 | KPLC-TV Lake Charles

    A woman was arrested early Thursday morning in connection with a deadly hit and run crash that happened on December 20. Louisiana State Police reported Debra Bridges, 49, of Greensburg, is facing charges in the death of Corey Peeples, 36, of Denham Springs. Troopers said the evidence collected shows Bridges was driving a blue 2001 Ford F-150 that hit and killed Peeples as he was walking on Juban Road in Livingston Parish.

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  16. Soldiers deliver toys in Denham SpringsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 29 | The Advocate

    Sgt. Christopher Fields hands Megan Posey, right, tickets for sister, Jamie Lynn Daigre, to pick out toys for Christmas at the Denham Springs Train Station Park on Dec. 22. Kynsley Genusa plays with the doll she picked out during the toy giveaway at the Denham Springs Train Station Park on Dec. 22. Parents and children wait for the Christmas toy giveaway to start at the Denham Springs Train Station Park on Dec. 22. Elisha Jenkins, held by father Elijah Jenkins Jr., looks at the dolls she selected during the toy giveaway at the Denham Springs Train Station Park Dec. 22. Denham Springs Mayor Gerard Landry, third from left, poses with the 13 soldiers from Fort Polk who brought 1,306 toys to be given to needy children for Christmas at the Train Station Park on Dec. 22 in Denham Springs.

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  17. Donations make big impacts in flooded classroomsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 28 | The Advocate

    Horace Mann agent Chet Soileau, left, talks to science teacher Elliot Coates on Dec. 15 at the Denham Springs Junior High. Coates' DonorsChoose.org project for classroom items was one chosen by Soileau to be part of a $20,000 donation from Horace Mann.

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  18. College Counseling Center at LSMSA celebrates seniors with partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 28 | The Advocate

    Staff members of the College Counseling Center at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts in Natchitoches hosted a party on Dec. 8 for the Class of 2017 to celebrate all 107 seniors submitting a college application to at least one college or university. Pictured are Courtney Sanders, left, of Denham Springs, and Johnneisha White, of Church Point.

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  19. Local student receives special birthday giftRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 28 | The Advocate

    ... Kang-sahn Noh about why he wanted to give his birthday money to Bowman. Despite being displaced from his Denham Springs home after it flooded in August, Nathan Bowman tried to celebrate his ninth birthday in a traditional manner. His family gave him ...

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  20. Notary Raided After Allegedly Selling Fake ID's to MigrantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 27 | Breitbart.com

    DENHAM SPRINGS, Louisiana - A Louisiana woman was arrested and charged by Denham Springs Police after allegedly selling fake driver's licenses to illegal immigrants. Criselda Meraz, 59, was allegedly selling fraudulent licenses to illegal immigrants living in the state, with police saying the woman's business seems to have been operating for a while now, according to WAFB.

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