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Harold Aymond

Harold Aymond

Kerri Cooke April 20, 2017 Comments Off on Harold Aymond

A Story Of Survival By Kerri Cooke One of the most uncomfortable questions the DMV asks when you get your driver’s license renewed is if you would like to be an organ donor. Many

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High School Fishing Teams

High School Fishing Teams

Kerri Cooke March 16, 2017 Comments Off on High School Fishing Teams

The Group Louisiana High School Bass Fishing Offers Students The Opportunity To Share The Love Of Angling By Kerri Cooke Fishing isn’t usually what students think or talk about when high school sports come

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Jennings Mayor, Terry Duhon

Jennings Mayor, Terry Duhon

Kerri Cooke March 16, 2017 Comments Off on Jennings Mayor, Terry Duhon

As A Mayor And Citizen, He’s Made A Lifelong Commitment To His Community By Kerri Cooke Jennings, a small Southwest Louisiana town right off I-10, is a beacon of local culture. It’s home to

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Dreams Come True Of Louisiana

Dreams Come True Of Louisiana

Kerri Cooke February 16, 2017 Comments Off on Dreams Come True Of Louisiana

Giving Children A Chance To Live Their Dreams By Kerri Cooke Children know how to dream. They dream big; unencumbered by the failures, disappointments and reality checks that suppress adults. Dreams are all about the future,

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The Mardi Gras Chicken Run

The Mardi Gras Chicken Run

Kerri Cooke February 2, 2017 Comments Off on The Mardi Gras Chicken Run

And It’s Relevance To 21st Century Life Story By Kerri Cooke Photos By David Simpson Folks in Louisiana love to celebrate holidays. November to April, holidays keep retailers and citizens busy and happy. We

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How A Short Oyster Season Could Burden Cameron Workers

How A Short Oyster Season Could Burden Cameron Workers

Kerri Cooke December 15, 2016 Comments Off on How A Short Oyster Season Could Burden Cameron Workers

BY KERRI COOKE Oysters are an important source of food and income in countries around the world. Seafood is always in high demand since it’s considered a type of luxury food. Oysters are of

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THE BEAUTY OF PAGEANTS

THE BEAUTY OF PAGEANTS

Kerri Cooke November 19, 2015 Comments Off on THE BEAUTY OF PAGEANTS

By Kerri Cooke In the dazzling aura of beauty pageants a key player in the pageant industry can be overlooked. Everyone is so fixated on the contestants that they can forget about the individuals

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THE QUEST FOR SPEED

THE QUEST FOR SPEED

Kerri Cooke June 4, 2015 0

For Kevin And John Broussard, Fuel-Altered Racing Runs In The Family By Kerri Cooke Featured Photo by Russell Brown   Kevin Broussard has always had a passion for cars, and one day that passion

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PRESERVING THE PAST

PRESERVING THE PAST

Kerri Cooke June 4, 2015 0

The Honorable Mission To Preserve The USS Orleck By Kerri Cooke Memorial Day is an important but underestimated holiday. It allows citizens to remember the past and show respect for the men and women

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PUTTING THE ART BACK IN ARCHITECTURE THE STORY OF POOLE CABINETS IN WELSH

PUTTING THE ART BACK IN ARCHITECTURE THE STORY OF POOLE CABINETS IN WELSH

Kerri Cooke April 16, 2015 0

In the small town of Welsh there lives a carpenter, along with his wife and three sons — Brandt, Hagen and Teyton. The carpenter’s name is Roddy Poole, and he builds exquisite customized cabinets.

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