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Toys for Tots applications due Nov. 28
The Eunice Fire Department is currently taking applications for Toys for Tots. Applications and rules document can be picked up at main station. Deadline for all applications is Nov. 28.
Fire Chief Michael Arnold said that the fire station is also accepting new toys, upwrapped. These can be brought and dropped off at the main fire station on Park Avenue.

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EHS senior project Food Drive set
There will be a non-perishable food drive now through Nov. 21 at Twisted Wings.
A Eunice High School senior project, students are asking the public to donate three items to be entered into a drawing for a free meal or a $10 gift certificate.
For more information, details: contact Cross Ceaser, or Twisted Wings.

News notes

EHS senior project Food Drive set
There will be a non-perishable food drive now through Nov. 21 at Twisted Wings.
A Eunice High School senior project, students are asking the public to donate three items to be entered into a drawing for a free meal or a $10 gift certificate.
For more information, details: contact Cross Ceaser, or Twisted Wings.

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Concealed handgun classes offered
Non-profit classes for a concealed handgun permit are scheduled Nov. 11 and Dec. 9 at the Masonic Lodge, 211 W. Park Ave., Eunice, according to an announcement from Maj. Eddie Thibodeaux of the St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office.
The courses include all the requirements needed for application to the state for a carrying a concealed handgun, but does not include the state fee. The course cost $100 and a spouse may attend for another $80.

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VPPD arrests one for aggravated second degree battery

Ville Platte Chief of Police Neal Lartigue reported that Steveniski Frank was arrested for aggravated second degree battery on October 28, 2017.
In a release from the chief it states, “On September 23, 2017, officers responded to a report of an assault where officers learned that the victim had been struck with a set of brass knuckles.”
According to the release, the victim’s wound “required multiple stitches.”
After investigating the incident, “a warrant was issued” for the 26-year-old.

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