While the Avoyelles Parish Police Jury’s “bottom line” shows it will end 2016 with a $500,000 surplus, jurors were told not to be misled by that figure.
When the votes were counted, it became clear that a majority of voters who cast ballots in the Dec. 10 elections were not in a “giving” mood.
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Family and friends of the James and Ann Sprinkle gathered in Baton Rouge on Nov. 18 at the Governor’s Office of Disability Affairs where the couple was named the agency’s “Family of the Year.” Those attending (from left) included Paula Sprinkle, John Sprinkle, Joseph Bordelon, Greta Bordelon, Ann Sprinkle, James Sprinkle, Kristina Adams and Butch Adams. Ann Sprinkle is holding a picture of her son, Andrew Sprinkle, who had a disability and died last November at the age of 23.
On Sunday, December 1tth, Avoyelles deputies responded to a call of an individual stealing Christmas cards from mailboxes on German Bayou Rd. in the Belledeau community.