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338 Main St

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Waterproof, LA 71375

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2999 Main St

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Hessmer, LA 71341

7589 Gilbert St

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Chase, LA 71336

3811 W Oak St

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Jena, LA 71342

2109 Leglise St

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Mansura, LA 71350

3277 Highway 107

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Effie, LA 71331

930 Verona St

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Newellton, LA 71357

120 Feed Mill Rd

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Fort Necessity, LA 71324

902 First St

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Harrisonburg, LA 71343

120 Feed Mill Rd

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Jigger, LA 71324

1264 Highway 115

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Deville, LA 71328

10491 Highway 1

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Echo, LA 71330

360 Mission Dr

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Simmesport, LA 71369

503 F St

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Libuse, LA 71360

6225 Coliseum Blvd

Wal Mart Supercenter
Boyce, LA 71303

8769 Highway 84 E

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Trout, LA 71363

214 E Railroad Ave Ste B

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Lebeau, LA 71358

338 Main St

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Waterproof, LA 71375

173 Highway 107

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Morrow, LA 71356

1000 6 Th St

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Pineville, LA 71301

119 Hill St

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Evergreen, LA 71333

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Waterproof is a village in Tensas Parish in northeastern Louisiana, United States with a population of 688 as of the 2010 census. The village in 2010 was 91.7 percent African American. Some 24 percent of Waterproof residents in 2010 were aged sixty or above.Waterproof is approximately 17 mi (27 km) north of Ferriday, one of the two principal communities of Concordia Parish. The village is named for its relative safety from flooding prior to construction of the Mississippi River levee system.With a population dependent on agriculture, the rural village struggles with poverty. Mechanization has decreased the need for farm labor. Industrial-scale cotton is the major commodity crop, but corn and soybeans are also important. In 2008, drought destroyed much of the corn crop. The former Hunter's Brothers Store, once a mainstay of Waterproof, is featured in an article in the first volume of the publication North Louisiana History.On December 8, 2018, the village elected its youngest mayor in history, Jarrod Randell Bottley, an African American male. He is 31 years old and serves the town on a full-time basis. In addition, he pastors multiple locations across the Mideast Louisiana region stretching from Concordia Parish to Tensas Parish to Ouachita Parish.

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