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Joseph Larvadain: ‘Helping people is just the right thing to do’

Thank God for Good Samaritans, and, thanks to Walton Baggett of DeQuincy for sharing this “good news” story. ...

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Sulphur woman being inducted into Miss Rodeo America Hall of Fame

On Sunday, Dec. 4, Judy Gremillion Gill will take her place in the Miss Rodeo America Hall of ...

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Moss Bluff family win new roof for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving came early for one Moss Bluff family. Walter Collins, Michelle Shoddy and their three boys, Thomas, Tanner ...

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GoFundMe set up for Fong’s funeral $18,600 raised so far for woman whose body was recovered in submerged car

By Emily Burleigh American Press A GoFundMe account to cover the funeral expenses of Stephany Fong, 32, has ...

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Body found in submerged car Sulphur woman reported missing Saturday

Story By Emily Burleigh American Press Photos By Calcasieu  Parish Sheriff’s Office The body of Stephany Fong, 32, ...

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Breaking ground, poverty cycle, ‘We want every child, adult to lead a healthy, purposeful life’

Sulphur Christian Community Coalition (SC3) celebrated the beginning of work on its Keystone Center, “Backyard Learning Space” and ...

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Parts of Hwy. 27 to get upgrades in DeQuincy, DOTD to spend $700,000 on improvements

Lane changes, sidewalk upgrades, a pedestrian crosswalk and bike paths are planned for DeQuincy. The state Department of ...

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Calcasieu voters OK property tax renewals

By Crystal Stevenson American Press Calcasieu Parish voters on Tuesday approved a trio of 10-year property tax renewals. ...

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Three runoffs set for Calcasieu Parish School Board seats

By Emily Burleigh American Press Nine of 15 Calcasieu Parish School Board seats were up for grabs during ...

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Runoff for Westlake mayor; Smith re-elected in DeQuincy

There will be a runoff in the Westlake mayoral race. Hal McMillan, received 689 votes, or 48 percent, ...

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