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City announces road closures for Sulphur High homecoming parade

Barricades will be placed at the following locations at approximately 1:00 p.m. on Friday, September 30th, 2022, in ...

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Westlake to use GoGov app to improve communication

The City of Westlake is preparing for emergency temporary housing and shelter assistance in case of a future ...

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SPAR board approves plan for Center Circle Park remodel

Special to the Daily News The Sulphur Parks and Recreation (SPAR) Board unanimously voted in favor of the ...

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Blue Ribbon School: Frasch Elementary receives national honor

Less than 300 schools were named a 2022 National Blue Ribbon school by the U.S. Secretary of Education ...

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Motorcyclist dies after fiery crash in Sulphur

A Sulphur man died Wednesday after succumbing to injuries sustained in a two-vehicle crash near the intersection of ...

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School Board candidates make their case to voters

By Emily Burleigh American Press The Calcasieu Federation of Teachers hosted their second School Board candidate forum on ...

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The gambling industry is now putting more money in the state’s pockets than any other private enterprise

The gaming industry, which now includes sports betting, brings more money into the state budget than any other ...

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Police Jury seeking citizen input on strategic planning efforts

Tony Stelly, president of the Calcasieu Parish Police Jury closed the Thursday, Sept. 15, meeting with an invitation. ...

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Carlyss woman dies after I-10 head-on collision

Special to the Daily News A two-vehicle crash on Interstate 10 early Thursday morning claimed the life of ...

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Cowboy Closet: McNeese service aims to help students look their best during interviews, professional development activities

Special to the Daily News The Cowboy Closet at McNeese State University is open and supporting students by ...

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