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‘COVID is not going away’

By Emily Burleigh American Press Despite a statewide decrease in the number of positive COVID-19 cases report, the ...

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Fort Polk name change could cost $1.4M

By Pamela Sleezer American Press U.S. Government officials believe the process to remove and replace Fort Polk’s name ...

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Honorary Cowboys: Special friends take part in inaugural Victory Day at McNeese

By Emily Burleigh American Press The McNeese State University football team hosted their first Victory Day celebration on ...

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Former legislator dies, Leach, who served in Congress and state House, was 88

By Pamela Sleezer American Press Longtime legislator and Leesville native Anthony Claude “Buddy” Leach Jr. passed away this ...

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SPAR official ousted in Police Jury vote

Six structures were slated for demolition and Calcasieu Parish Police Jury members adopted a resolution at their Thursday ...

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LEAP tests: Calcasieu scores among top 10 in growth

Calcasieu Parish Elementary Schools have exhibited impressive growth during the 2021-2022 school year. According to the 2021-2022 LEAP ...

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New La. law restores rights of adoptees

By Alex Tirado LSU Manship SchoolNews Service Living almost seven decades without any information about her birth, Rebecca ...

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New bridge on Niblett’s Bluff Road will improve safety and drainage

Calcasieu Parish Police Jury reported on the scope of its bridge replacement and realignment project in Vinton. It ...

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New water well will be online soon

Sulphur Mayor Mike Danahay said Well 13 will online next week. The well is located near the Sulphur ...

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Bergeron, McMillin, Racca seek to lead Westlake

Westlake mayoral candidates Michael Bergeron, Hal McMillin and Dan Racca qualified last week. Although the election is not ...

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