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New type of weed surfaces

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Arrests for marijuana possession are nothing new in Lincoln Parish. As local police reports will indicate, at least one person a month typically racks up the charge. It frequently happens when they are pulled over for a traffic violation or being investigated for another matter, and police catch sight of the leafy, greenish-brown substance, which is thought to produce a euphoric effect when smoked.
But this week, local law enforcement agents encountered something new when they reportedly seized 11 pounds of hydroponic marijuana, a form of the plant grown indoors that is supposed to be more potent.
Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office spokesman Capt. Stephen Williams said the two suspects did not appear to be growing the marijuana — just getting shipments and selling it. So how would police know the marijuana tucked away in bags was of the hydroponic strain?

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Make sure child arrives in class – and on time

Some parents aren’t happy about the new attendance rules that members of the Lincoln Parish School System recently announced they are going to enforce.
Your child may no longer miss more than 10 days of school per individual school year — and that includes excused and unexcused absences. This is a departure from the maximum number of school days that a student was allowed to miss in previous years (16 days per school year).
Truancy officers from the Lincoln Parish District Attorney’s Office will contact parents if their child has a third unexcused absence. School administrators, however, will still have the leeway to determine if there are extenuating circumstances, they said.

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