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Allen Landry, soon to be 100, didn’t feel old until about 5 years ago

Centenarians make up less than one percent of the population of the United States. Later this month, Allen ...

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IN KISATCHIE NATIONAL FOREST — 800,000 longleaf pines to be planted

By Emily Burleigh American Press Seeds of progress and recovery are being planted at Kisatchie National Forest as ...

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NATION’S MOUNTING DEBT — Cassidy: Programs like Social Security, Medicare at risk

By Emily Burleigh American Press U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-La., said the nation’s mounting debt — which is ...

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Homeownership assistance program launched for teachers and first responders

Teachers and first responders may qualify for down payment assistance, and the program is not limited to first-time ...

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Louisiana Seafood Cook-Off coming to Lake Charles in June

The 16th annual Louisiana Seafood Cook-Off will be hosted in Lake Charles for the first time since its ...

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School of hard knocks: CPSB still grappling with massive hurricane recovery

By Emily Burleigh American Press The Calcasieu Parish school district is still in the throes of hurricane recovery. ...

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Sulphur residents will be able to vote on changes to city charter

City of Sulphur residents will be able to vote on changes to the new city charter in the ...

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Derek Gaspard, owner of Insane Sausages, says ‘it was challenge to see how crazy I could get’

Derek Gaspard, owner of Insane Sausages, is opening a second location in Sulphur. For the uninitiated who have ...

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Entergy repairing damaged power pole, could cause extended outage in western half of Sulphur

Residents and businesses West of Beglis Parkway to the Western City limits may experience electrical power outages due ...

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McNeese receives clean bill from state auditor

By Emily Burleigh American Press The Louisiana Legislative Auditor has determined there are no issues in McNeese State ...

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