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Violent Crime in the Lake Area

Violent Crime in the Lake Area

Kerri Cooke May 6, 2022 Comments Off on Violent Crime in the Lake Area

A Rash Of Murders: Is Crime In Lake Charles Getting Worse?    By Kerri Cooke Violent crime — it’s becoming more and more evident in our area every day. Homicide even crept up on

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Ukraine’s Struggle For Independence

Ukraine’s Struggle For Independence

Michael Kurth May 6, 2022 Comments Off on Ukraine’s Struggle For Independence

To justify his recent invasion of Ukraine, Vladimir Putin claimed “The Ukraine” is historically part of Russia and the Russian and Ukrainian people are one and the same. Most Ukrainians, however, would disagree with

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Turning Disaster Into Opportunity: JAY ECKER AND THE RESURRECTION OF PANORAMA MUSIC HOUSE

Turning Disaster Into Opportunity: JAY ECKER AND THE RESURRECTION OF PANORAMA MUSIC HOUSE

Brad Goins March 24, 2022 Comments Off on Turning Disaster Into Opportunity: JAY ECKER AND THE RESURRECTION OF PANORAMA MUSIC HOUSE

As Jay Ecker Fought Cancer, He Worked To Rebuild Panorama Story By Brad Goins ~ Photos By Chris Brennan Even with the remodeling work not quite finished in time for this interview, the reborn

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Law Talk Moving From Radio To CBS

Law Talk Moving From Radio To CBS

admin March 4, 2022 Comments Off on Law Talk Moving From Radio To CBS

Law Talk Will Soon Be Streaming In Video From The CBS Lake Charles Television Studio Law Talk, the area’s only ask-a-lawyer call-in talk show, is moving to a new video platform with CBS Lake

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Tough But Compassionate

Tough But Compassionate

Brad Goins March 4, 2022 Comments Off on Tough But Compassionate

Bob Hardey, Revered Leader Of Westlake, Dies At 66 By Brad Goins Friends and colleagues remember Bob Hardey as a leader who took a no-nonsense approach to making difficult decisions that needed to be

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The Cold War Revisited

The Cold War Revisited

Michael Kurth March 4, 2022 Comments Off on The Cold War Revisited

With Russian troops massed along the border with Ukraine ready to pounce, some political pundits are suggesting that NATO is provoking the crisis by trying to expand into Ukraine and Putin is just defending

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Best Buds

Best Buds

admin February 11, 2022 Comments Off on Best Buds

LOUISIANA MEDICAL CANNABIS PROGRAM UPDATE On Jan. 1, 2022, the state of Louisiana entered a new chapter in their medical cannabis program. Flower is now a permissible form of medical marijuana in the state,

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ALLIGATOR MAN

ALLIGATOR MAN

Karla Wall February 11, 2022 Comments Off on ALLIGATOR MAN

McNeese’s Dr. Mark Merchant  Story by Karla Wall • Photos by Jody McFarlain When McNeese State University chemistry professor Dr. Mark Merchant was about 12, he was fishing with his grandfather in the bayou when

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Main St. Deli

Main St. Deli

Bill Coyne February 11, 2022 Comments Off on Main St. Deli

112 Arthur Ave • Lake Arthur Let me relate to you a case of circumstance becoming opportunity. It was a typical weeknight at our home for me and my wife. We were winding down

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A Saints Season To Remember And Forget

A Saints Season To Remember And Forget

Rick Sarro February 11, 2022 Comments Off on A Saints Season To Remember And Forget

Sean Payton survived 2021. But you can’t blame him if he had some PTSD flashbacks from Hurricane Katrina some 15 years ago. It was 2006 when Payton became the New Orleans Saints’ head coach

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