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Jennings Alive 2014

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Jennings Alive took over Main Street Saturday, filling the downtown area with live entertainment, food, children’s activities and, of course, an open-air market filled with various goods. Daily News photo by Donna Fontenot

Always be my baby

This small box of mementos is all that Peaches Guidry has of her infant son, Camdyn. It includes his hospital cuff, a micro preemie-sized diaper, and the only picture that was taken of him during his brief time with his mother.
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Mother shares journey of pregnancy and infant loss By AUBREY BROUSSARD Daily News Staff Writer At the age of 22, Peaches Guidry began what was to become a whirlwind journey of euphoria and grief.

In Your Honor

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   Jennings American Legion Hospital staff gathered Wednesday afternoon, donning pink shirts and hats, waving pink flags and holding pink balloons, to form a “pink ribbon” around the flagpole in the JALH parking lot in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The balloons were released into the air in honor of survivors and to the […]

Tips lead to arrest of hit and run driver

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An Iowa man has been arrested in connection with a hit and run reported Monday.

A Is For Awesome

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   To celebrate their hard-earned A for the 2013-2014 school year, several Hathaway High teachers and staff members gathered on the campus and posed for a photo. This is the second year in a row that the Hornets receive such a high grade from the Louisiana Department of Education. Submitted photo

City prepares for Jennings Alive

Jennings Alive offers a full day of shopping, entertainment, food and fun on Main Street.
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By KEVIN BRUCHHAUS Daily News Staff Writer The City of Jennings and the Jeff Davis Arts Council will team up this Saturday, Oct. 25 to present the 34th annual Jennings Alive Arts and Crafts Festival.  The event will take place from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on historic North Main Street in Jennings.

Public asked to help ID hit and run suspect

This suspect drove away from a hit and run accident in Lacassine Monday and police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying him.

By REBECCA CHAISSON Daily News Editor Police are looking for the driver of a hit-and-run accident that occurred in Lacassine on Monday, Oct. 20, and the public is being asked for its assistance in identifying the suspect.

Innocent Until Proven Guilty

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   Looks can be deceiving. Although Piper, the 12-week-old chocolate lab of Tabby and Tboy Hanks of Lake Arthur, uses her puppy dog eyes to prove her innocence – this picture of her sneaking into her dog food proves otherwise. To submit your favorite feature photo for possible publication in the Jennings Daily News, email […]

CADA Hosts Law Appreciation Luncheon

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   Parish and city law enforcement officers and personnel met Tuesday at the St. Mary Center for an appreciation luncheon of gumbo with rice and potato salad and cake for dessert, from the staff of CADA. Daily News photo by Aubrey Broussard

WPD makes carnal knowledge arrest

Michael Parsley
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Welsh Police Department received a complaint Monday, October 20 in reference to a juvenile. Upon further investigation detectives were able to gain enough information for the 31st District Judge to sign a warrant for Michael Parsley, 29 of Welsh for felony carnal knowledge of juvenile. On Tuesday, October 21, Michael Parsley was arrested and booked […]

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