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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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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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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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Change The Channel? Not When Ben Terry Is On

Change The Channel? Not When Ben Terry Is On

Kerri Cooke January 21, 2022 Comments Off on Change The Channel? Not When Ben Terry Is On

Community Rallies Around Local Meteorologist Through Hurricanes And Cancer Battle By Kerri Cooke Once there was a boy who grew up in Kosciusko, Miss., — a small town rich in Native American history, instrumental in

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New Head Cowboy Pulling The Reins

New Head Cowboy Pulling The Reins

Rick Sarro January 21, 2022 Comments Off on New Head Cowboy Pulling The Reins

As expected, Gary Goff said all the right things for a 48-year-old football coach who has been around the game for his entire adult life. Goff emphasized his culture of toughness and discipline, winning

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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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