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Animals Of A Different Color

Animals Of A Different Color

admin February 6, 2020 Comments Off on Animals Of A Different Color

Wildlife Case File By Kate Hasapes, Private Lands Biologist Have you ever seen a piebald deer? Or perhaps an albino raccoon? What about a black bobcat?  While most often wildlife come in typical colors

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Windmill Blades Turning Heads In SWLA

Windmill Blades Turning Heads In SWLA

admin February 6, 2020 Comments Off on Windmill Blades Turning Heads In SWLA

And Once Delivered From The Port Of Lake Charles, They’ll Turn In The Wind To Generate Power What on Earth are those huge, white, feather-shaped objects we see gliding along the railroad tracks at

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Paul’s Rib Shack

Paul’s Rib Shack

Bill Coyne January 27, 2020 Comments Off on Paul’s Rib Shack

4800 Nelson Road • Lake Charles, LA Review By Bill Coyne It’s only fair to preface this by warning that if you’re a vegan or vegetarian, or for whatever reason find yourself on a

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Mural Man: Jeremy Price

Mural Man: Jeremy Price

Kerri Cooke January 23, 2020 Comments Off on Mural Man: Jeremy Price

One Artist’s Quest For Beauty, Fulfillment And Opportunity Story By Kerri Cooke • Photos by Chris Brennan You might not know the name Jeremy Price, but I’d be willing to bet you have noticed his

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Playoff Heartbreaker … Again

Playoff Heartbreaker … Again

Rick Sarro January 23, 2020 Comments Off on Playoff Heartbreaker … Again

The ineptitude and inconsistency of the NFL referees struck again in the Superdome and again cost the New Orleans Saints dearly. The ineptitude and inconsistency of the NFL’s head of officiating struck again from

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Cast Iron Pat

Cast Iron Pat

Karla Wall January 23, 2020 Comments Off on Cast Iron Pat

Dream Big Then Make It Happen: Local Cook Pat Darbonne Talks About Appearing On The Today Show By Karla Wall   If you need proof that persistence pays off and that big dreams do come

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I Spy

I Spy

Kristian Bland January 9, 2020 Comments Off on I Spy

Is your TV spying on you? Maybe. By Kristian Bland The “internet of things” has been growing rapidly over the past few years, with “smart” functionality being added to everything from televisions to refrigerators,

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Ben Herrera, 121 Artisan Bistro

Ben Herrera, 121 Artisan Bistro

Karla Wall January 9, 2020 Comments Off on Ben Herrera, 121 Artisan Bistro

Chef’s Spotlight By Karla Wall Before Ben Herrera, owner and executive chef of 121 Artisan Bistro, came to Lake Charles in 1998. A native of Boulder, Colo., he was working as a chef in

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Accomplishing Dreams

Accomplishing Dreams

admin December 19, 2019 Comments Off on Accomplishing Dreams

Members Of Girlie Girls Gain Self-Esteem And Build Solid Futures By Brad Goins Anita Barker founded the Girlie Girls Mentoring Program on June 1, 2013. The program is dedicated to girls 13-18. Its mission

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School Threats

School Threats

admin December 19, 2019 Comments Off on School Threats

A Lagniappe Roundtable Discussion Threats Since the Columbine High School massacre in 1999 the number of school shootings in the United States has been on the rise.  Each time they occur they receive extensive

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