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Parks and Recreation Month: SPAR offers wide variety of programs

Special to the Daily News Join SPAR in celebration of Parks & Recreation Month and the benefits of ...

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City approves purchase of new UV wastewater treatment system

Sulphur City Council held a special meeting Thursday to swiftly navigate the purchase and installation of the Wastewater ...

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Challenges bring growth: Several new businesses open shop in Moss Bluff

Despite the challenges of workforce issues, supply chain problems and a struggling economy, small business is booming in ...

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Television station to remain downtown

By Emily Burleigh American Press KPLC officially announced their plans to continue operating out of downtown Lake Charles. ...

Insurance reform

Stine pushes storm victims’ insurance reform package

State Sen. Jeremy Stine (R-Lake Charles), District 27, promised to give storm victims a voice in Baton Rouge ...

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Giving children a boost in learning: Kindergarten readiness plan available for low-income families

By Emily Burleigh American Press The Calcasieu Parish School Board offers six Early Childhood Development grant-funded programs for ...

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McNeese’s newest farm-to-table program incorporates local youth

By Ranna Hebert American Press Everyone’s favorite tasty and thirst-quenching fruit is being sold by the agricultural sciences ...

crime

CPSO searching for Westlake burglary suspect

The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office is investigating a burglary believed to have taken place between June 10 and ...

Community

Farnum pushing to keep new I-10 bridge toll free

The I-10 bridge will be built. The only question that remains is, will there be a toll? That’s ...

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John Stine opens, Westlake to buy automated water, gas meter reading system

John Stine Road is open to traffic. Westlake City Council approved a resolution accepting the preliminary design for ...

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