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Myra the Hippie Chick

Myra the Hippie Chick

Brad Goins January 4, 2022 Comments Off on Myra the Hippie Chick

Even As A Child, Myra Domingue Was A Hippie At Heart By Brad Goins Born in 1958 in Lafayette, Myra Domingue knew at an unusually young age that she wanted to make music. Before she

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The State Of The Restaurant Industry

The State Of The Restaurant Industry

Bill Coyne January 4, 2022 Comments Off on The State Of The Restaurant Industry

By Bill Coyne Even on a good day, for restaurants it’s an ever-changing dynamic to stay afloat, draw in diners, remain competitive and make a profit. In short, it’s brutal.  The first major blow

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DAREDEVILS  OF THE AIR

DAREDEVILS OF THE AIR

Brad Goins December 9, 2021 Comments Off on DAREDEVILS OF THE AIR

LOCAL CROP DUSTERS ROUTINELY FACE DANGER Story by Brad Goins • Photos by Eligio Herrera Anyone who wants to be a daredevil in an airplane cockpit need only obtain a job as a crop

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‘Law Talk’

‘Law Talk’

Brad Goins December 9, 2021 Comments Off on ‘Law Talk’

New Radio Show To Answer The Public’s Legal Questions  By Brad Goins A new radio call-in talk show will enable listeners to get answers for their legal questions and learn about the big legal issues

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Earthquakes In Louisiana?

Earthquakes In Louisiana?

Kerri Cooke December 9, 2021 Comments Off on Earthquakes In Louisiana?

A Rarity But Not Unheard Of By Kerri Cooke With earthquakes recently rattling Alaska and Hawaii, and the never-ending discussion over whether and when California will have a severe earthquake along the San Andreas

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Drunk Helps Search For Himself

Drunk Helps Search For Himself

admin November 19, 2021 Comments Off on Drunk Helps Search For Himself

Beyhan Mutlu, 50, who lives in the Bursa province of Turkey, was reported missing after he wandered away from friends while they were drinking. Later, a search party was convened to look for Mutlu.

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Clothing For A Cause

Clothing For A Cause

Kerri Cooke November 19, 2021 Comments Off on Clothing For A Cause

Bayou Blend Apparel Advocates For Autism Awareness By Kerri Cooke When I walked into Bayou Blend Apparel for the launch party for owner Kaysie Bolton’s new Desert Palms shirt collection, the atmosphere was friendly

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Cities Of The Dead

Cities Of The Dead

admin November 19, 2021 Comments Off on Cities Of The Dead

By Madelaine B. Landry “What could you possibly hope to find in a cemetery?” The women said. “The dead tell no secrets and the living seldom come to visit them.” —- Felix Alexander, The

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The James 710

The James 710

Bill Coyne November 19, 2021 Comments Off on The James 710

710 Dr. Michael DeBakey Drive • Lake Charles Whenever I venture out to eat with the intent of writing about my experience, I often do so without a heads-up or notice and I rarely

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The Smell Of Greasepaint, The Roar Of The Crowd

The Smell Of Greasepaint, The Roar Of The Crowd

admin October 28, 2021 Comments Off on The Smell Of Greasepaint, The Roar Of The Crowd

ACTS Returns to SWLA By Madelaine B. Landry Just like beauty, what is historic varies with the beholder. What does “old, but worth the trouble to preserve” mean when the words refer to a

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