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Deer hunting season in northeast, central Louisiana resumes Saturday, 30 minutes before sunrise

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BATON ROUGE, Louisiana — Deer hunting season in areas of northeast and central Louisiana near the Mississippi River resumes Saturday, 30 minutes before sunrise.

The closure was enacted Jan. 3 because of flooding along the Mississippi River and covered land from the Arkansas state line, east to U.S. 65 to Vidalia, and west of the Louisiana-Mississippi border. Officials say land from the levee to the Mississippi River in this area will remain closed until further notice.

Parishes affected included East Carroll, Madison, Tensas and Concordia.

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