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What Daddy Left Behind

What Daddy Left Behind

admin August 6, 2020 Comments Off on What Daddy Left Behind

By Madelaine B. Landry My father left us in 1980, too young at age 62. Daddy wasn’t a wealthy man; so mostly what he passed on to his children could be shared, not spent. 

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BACK TO SCHOOL … OR NOT

BACK TO SCHOOL … OR NOT

Karla Wall August 6, 2020 Comments Off on BACK TO SCHOOL … OR NOT

The CPSB Announces Its Plans For The New School Year By Karla Wall The new school year is scheduled to begin next month. But what the new school year will look like in Calcasieu

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‘‘DO I STILL KNOW HOW TO ‘DANGLE A PARTICIPLE?’

‘‘DO I STILL KNOW HOW TO ‘DANGLE A PARTICIPLE?’

Brad Goins August 6, 2020 Comments Off on ‘‘DO I STILL KNOW HOW TO ‘DANGLE A PARTICIPLE?’

After 25 Years, John Latham Goes Back To School By Brad Goins John Latham has long been a local emcee and entertainer. He has a charismatic and irrepressible personality. He’s filled big notebooks with

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The Tale Of Salt: The Orphaned Opossum

The Tale Of Salt: The Orphaned Opossum

Bill Coyne August 6, 2020 Comments Off on The Tale Of Salt: The Orphaned Opossum

Co-written and Photographed by Bill Coyne and Dana McCuller I can’t define any one particular moment where it all began. Like any kid, I had my curiosities with bugs, lizards, and just about anything else

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Apology Accepted

Apology Accepted

Rick Sarro August 6, 2020 Comments Off on Apology Accepted

Missed the mark. Tone deaf. Unaware of the situation. Out of sync. Unprepared for the obvious questions.  Any of the above would be a pretty accurate way to describe why Drew Brees found himself

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SWLA: NOW HIRING

SWLA: NOW HIRING

Brad Goins July 24, 2020 Comments Off on SWLA: NOW HIRING

With Spotty Application Filing, Some Local Businesses Are Coming Up Short Of Workers By Brad Goins Given the number of locals who’ve spent months staying at home during the COVID-19 quarantine, we’d expect to see at least a fairly significant

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Despite Medical Advances, Mental Health Care Lags

Despite Medical Advances, Mental Health Care Lags

Kerri Cooke July 22, 2020 Comments Off on Despite Medical Advances, Mental Health Care Lags

Mental Health Disorders And Treatment By Kerri Cooke Mental illness — what comes to mind when you hear this phrase? Perhaps you associate it with someone exhibiting erratic behavior. After all, when there’s a

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Let There Be Light

Let There Be Light

Kerri Cooke July 16, 2020 Comments Off on Let There Be Light

UV Light As A Method Of Sanitization By Kerri Cooke The current global pandemic has put extra emphasis on how to keep public areas hygienic to reduce the spread of disease. There’s one decontamination

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Southern Hospitality

Southern Hospitality

Cheré Coen July 16, 2020 Comments Off on Southern Hospitality

Jeff Davis Parish: Historic Heritage, Delicious Food And More By Cheré Coen Lake Arthur has been called one of Louisiana’s hidden secrets — an enormous fresh water lake south of Jennings that’s been attracting hunters

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Louisiana Extends Usage of Cannibas

Louisiana Extends Usage of Cannibas

Kerri Cooke July 16, 2020 Comments Off on Louisiana Extends Usage of Cannibas

By Kerri Cooke Is coronavirus anxiety keeping you from functioning? Louisiana just passed a bill into law that will allow doctors to begin prescribing medical marijuana in August for conditions besides just cancer, seizures,

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