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Elevating The Ordinary

Elevating The Ordinary

Karla Wall January 4, 2018 Comments Off on Elevating The Ordinary

Home Appétit –  Chefs At Home: Amanda Cusey By Karla Wall Chef Amanda Cusey Of The Villa Turns Scrambled Eggs And Toast Into A Rich, Decadent Yet (Fairly) Healthy Breakfast How do you take

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Home Appétit

Home Appétit

Karla Wall December 21, 2017 Comments Off on Home Appétit

Chefs At Home: Sammi Chloun • By Karla Wall A Mediterranaean Jambalaya Chef Sammi Chloun Of Toga Grill Shares His Recipe For The Ancient Mid-Eastern Dish Mujadara Order any dish off of the menu

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Earthquakes, Too?

Earthquakes, Too?

Karla Wall September 21, 2017 Comments Off on Earthquakes, Too?

Louisiana Has A Long List of Natural Disaster Risks.  Are Earthquakes On It? By Karla Wall It’s the peak of hurricane season as I write this, and the Texas and Louisiana Gulf coasts have

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Taking Care Of Our Veterans

Taking Care Of Our Veterans

Karla Wall February 16, 2017 Comments Off on Taking Care Of Our Veterans

  Local Veteran Jim Jackson Has Dedicated Himself To Helping Others By Karla Wall Retired Army Col. and Vietnam veteran Jim Jackson has devoted much of his post-military life to helping the state’s veterans

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Call Him Coach

Call Him Coach

Karla Wall December 15, 2016 Comments Off on Call Him Coach

ST. LOUIS CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT WILL MALONE INSPIRES, UPLIFTS COACHES, PLAYERS BY KARLA WALL He’s Coach Malone, and players on the St. Louis High School football team forget that at their peril. St.

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The Safest – And Most Dangerous – Places To Live In The Lake Area

The Safest – And Most Dangerous – Places To Live In The Lake Area

Karla Wall October 21, 2016 Comments Off on The Safest – And Most Dangerous – Places To Live In The Lake Area

BY KARLA WALL While browsing the web, we recently came across 92.9 The Lake  blogger Kristian Bland’s rundown of the safest and most dangerous neighborhoods in the Lake Area. Bland’s blog provided links to

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‘It’s Been A Lot Of Fun’

‘It’s Been A Lot Of Fun’

Karla Wall September 16, 2016 Comments Off on ‘It’s Been A Lot Of Fun’

Local Centenarian Sam Harmison Shares 100 Years Worth Of Stories — And Shows Off An Incredible Memorabilia Collection By Karla Wall We recently saw the first woman nominated as a presidential candidate for a

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READER FEEDERS

READER FEEDERS

Karla Wall March 17, 2016 Comments Off on READER FEEDERS

Decorative, Whimsical “Library Boxes” Appeal To Readers Of All Ages By Karla Wall If you’re an avid reader, you know the feeling of addiction: There are never enough books around, and there’s a feeling

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KENNETH “SKIP” PICKLE 2015 CHARLES VICKNAIR ASSISTANT COACH OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNER  SPONSORED BY LAGNIAPPE MAGAZINE

KENNETH “SKIP” PICKLE 2015 CHARLES VICKNAIR ASSISTANT COACH OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNER SPONSORED BY LAGNIAPPE MAGAZINE

Karla Wall January 21, 2016 Comments Off on KENNETH “SKIP” PICKLE 2015 CHARLES VICKNAIR ASSISTANT COACH OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNER SPONSORED BY LAGNIAPPE MAGAZINE

  Coach, Teacher, Role Model By Karla Wall There’s probably little need to familiarize readers with Kinder High School’s football program and its amazing success over the last few years. In 2013, the team

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WITCH’S BROOM

WITCH’S BROOM

Karla Wall December 3, 2015 Comments Off on WITCH’S BROOM

Rose Virus That Produces Excess Of Thorns, Misshapen Leaves Found In Louisiana By Karla Wall State horticulture experts caused a bit of a stir in Louisiana’s rose gardening community earlier this month when they

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