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Campaigns Push Early Voting

Campaigns Push Early Voting

Jeremy Alford October 17, 2019 Comments Off on Campaigns Push Early Voting

Louisiana’s early voting period for this fall’s elections runs until Oct. 5. Voters have become more comfortable with this alternative, as evidenced by an increase in this form of balloting. Political consultants say this

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Thumbs Up Or Thumbs Down …

Thumbs Up Or Thumbs Down …

Rick Sarro October 3, 2019 Comments Off on Thumbs Up Or Thumbs Down …

Saints’ Season At Stake Let me take a crack at a few headlines you may or may not have seen this week following another marred Saints-Rams game. “Refs 2, Saints 0” “Dead Ball …

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Elvis Martinez – Part Two

Elvis Martinez – Part Two

Kerri Cooke October 3, 2019 Comments Off on Elvis Martinez – Part Two

Part Two Of A Story Of Second Chances And A Better Life By Kerri Cooke Elvis Martinez had been a child laborer and a fearless migrant in the face of what would have traumatized and even

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Cannabis Really Be True?

Cannabis Really Be True?

admin October 3, 2019 Comments Off on Cannabis Really Be True?

Capitol Police in Montpelier, Vt., discovered dozens of cannabis plants growing in the flower beds along a walkway at the Statehouse. Police Chief Matthew Romei said it was unclear whether the more than 30

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Elvis Martinez

Elvis Martinez

Kerri Cooke September 19, 2019 Comments Off on Elvis Martinez

A Story Of Second Chances And A Better Life By Kerri Cooke When people ask Elvis Martinez his name, often he has to take out his license to prove he is not joking. How many

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That Southern Boom

That Southern Boom

Brad Goins September 19, 2019 Comments Off on That Southern Boom

Lake Charles Buccaneers Keep MSU’s Cannons Firing By Brad Goins Faithful fans of McNeese football know that each time the Cowboys score, they are saluted by a blast from a cannon. It’s not a

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For The Love of Cats

For The Love of Cats

Kerri Cooke September 19, 2019 Comments Off on For The Love of Cats

Hobo Hotel Marks Its 20th Anniversary By Kerri Cooke When I walk into Hobo Hotel, cats are frolicking in the lobby, hanging out by windows or lying under chairs. The room is more playground

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Game One: In The Books

Game One: In The Books

Rick Sarro September 19, 2019 Comments Off on Game One: In The Books

The governor was there. So were 20,437 fans. That set a new Cowboy Stadium single game attendance record. A slew of former Cowboys, including McNeese Hall of Famer Leonard Smith (a rare appearance) and

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2019 LSU Football Preview

2019 LSU Football Preview

Lyles Martin September 19, 2019 Comments Off on 2019 LSU Football Preview

Tiger Contenders: LSU Is Aiming For A Playoff Berth In 2019   By Lyles Martin How many times have LSU fans heard this: “The Tigers are going to have a new-look, exciting offense with an

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A Son Of Confederate Veterans

A Son Of Confederate Veterans

admin September 5, 2019 Comments Off on A Son Of Confederate Veterans

By Pamela S. Thibodeaux I’ll admit I am not a history buff. Facts, figures, dates and events surrounding wars have never been my cup of tea. And, let’s face it, that’s pretty much all

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