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‘I Had No Political Ambitions’ –  Kathleen Blanco: Louisiana’s First Woman Governor Reflects

‘I Had No Political Ambitions’ – Kathleen Blanco: Louisiana’s First Woman Governor Reflects

Jeremy Alford October 19, 2018 Comments Off on ‘I Had No Political Ambitions’ – Kathleen Blanco: Louisiana’s First Woman Governor Reflects

By Jeremy Alford and Mitch Rabalais Born to a carpet cleaner in the French-speaking hamlet of Coteau, La., Kathleen Babineaux first viewed a small piece of her native Louisiana in 1942, just 10 days

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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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WHAT LOUISIANANS WISH OTHERS KNEW ABOUT BOILED CRAWFISH

WHAT LOUISIANANS WISH OTHERS KNEW ABOUT BOILED CRAWFISH

Lydia Crochet April 6, 2016 Comments Off on WHAT LOUISIANANS WISH OTHERS KNEW ABOUT BOILED CRAWFISH

Or, Never Waste A Good Newspaper By Lydia Crochet   Ah, Louisianans. We make it a point to stand out, don’t we? So many things set us apart from the rest of the nation.

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