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Archive: February 2013

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6 Year Old Girl Critically Injured in Sunday Boating Accident

By Bryan Fisher

A 6-year-old girl remains hospitalized and in critical condition Monday after a weekend boating accident on the Natalbany River in Tangipahoa Parish.   A 22-foot ski boat with five passengers aboard was towing a tube with two juveniles riding on it about 4:45 p.m. Sunday when the boat crashed into a tree along the bank, […]

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Football Playoffs and LHSAA Face Legislative Scrutiny

By Bryan Fisher

Football Playoffs and LHSAA Face Legislative Scrutiny   In a divisive move last January, the LHSAA voted for separate football playoffs for public and private schools dismantling a 90 year old playoff system.  The expressed reason for the separate playoff system is to balance a perceived competitive advantage in favor of private schools that have […]

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Texas Family Awarded $10.5 Million in Drink Driving Case

By Bryan Fisher

It is common knowledge that drunk driving is illegal and if a driver is found to be over the legal limit and causes an accident, they will face serious consequences including possible jail time.  The consequences are even more serious if the drunk driver causes serious injury or death as a result of his drunk […]

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UPDATE-Livingston Parish School Board Member

By Bryan Fisher

The man allegedly struck and killed by Livingston Parish School Board President Malcolm Sibley early Saturday had stopped the truck he was driving after arguing with a passenger, a State Police spokesman said Tuesday.   William Iasigi, 21, of Liberty, Miss., and a passenger had been arguing while traveling on La. 43, before Iasigi stopped […]

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Livingston School board President Arrested in Hit and Run Fatality

By Bryan Fisher

State Police arrested Livingston Parish School Board President Malcolm Sibley on Sunday morning, almost 30 hours after a 21-year-old Mississippi man was killed in a hit-and-run on a St. Helena Parish road.   The hit-and-run occurred shortly before 5 a.m. Saturday when William Iasigi, of Liberty, Miss., was driving on La. 43 South, Trooper First […]

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