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Sensitivity Training May Be Available to Officers

Training designed to help officers become more sensitive to the needs of the people they serve may soon be available to both Washington police officers and St. Landry Parish sheriff’s deputies. Capt. Eddy Thibodeaux, training officer of the sheriff’s department … Continue reading

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Town Council Meeting

Town Council Meetings are held once a month on the third Monday of the month beginning at 7:00 pm in the Town Hall meeting room! Please come and share your vision of the future of the Town of Washington.

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Free health tests start this month

Washington residents will be able to receive free cholesterol and blood sugar checks and get dietary counseling on April 20 and every third Friday at a “Health Buggy” that will park at Immaculate Conception Church. Peter Savoy, CEO of the … Continue reading

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Sensitivity Training May be Available to Officers

Training designed to help officers become more sensitive to the needs of the people they serve may soon be available to both Washington police officers and St. Landry Parish sheriff’s deputies. Capt. Eddy Thibodeaux, training officer of the sheriff’s department … Continue reading

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Architect Steve Oubre First in Speaker Series

Noted architect Steve Oubre will be the first speaker in a series of talks planned by the Steamboat City Association in Washington. He will speak at 6:30 p.m. on April 12 at the Community Center on Veterans Memorial Boulevard. His topic … Continue reading

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Saturday morning farmer’s market planned here

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The Town Council has approved plans to establish a farmer’s market each Saturday morning. Linda Taylor, who raises beef and poultry here, said the market, run through the nonprofit Steamboat City Association, will focus on “locally produced fresh vegetables, fruit, … Continue reading

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