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On her way to scoring more than 1,400 points in her career at Menard, it was how Maddie Smith got her points that made it... [Read More]
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In a lawsuit, Daniel Williams is accused of falsifying details of city credit card purchases to make them look like official business... [Read More]
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May 25, 2017; New Orleans, LA, USA; New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara (41) warms up during organized team activities at the New Orleans... [Read More]
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Another New Iberia man has been charged in a rash of burglaries that hit Rapides business and churches last year. [Read More]
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Democrats make move to hold up construction bill, GOP counters by blocking justice reform package. [Read More]
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A group of students spent their spring break weeding and trimming. [Read More]
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A group of students from University of Louisiana at Lafayette and Nicholls State spent the week volunteering at Hodges Gardens State Park in Florien. They... [Read More]
A Natchitoches case featured in an Associated Press-USA Today Network special investigation will head to court on July 11. [Read More]
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Special days this week honor EMTs; highlight dangers of too much sun... [Read More]
In global war against terrorists, citizens are on the front lines... [Read More]
Louisiana College President Rick Brewer's alma mater, Charleston Sothern University, honored him as distinguished alumnus of the year earlier this month. [Read More]
More debt and lower incomes make for a lose-lose situation. [Read More]
Curtis Lewis and the Redefined Project are spearheading efforts to bring back the Boys & Girls Club's programs and services for kids and teenagers in Alexandria. [Read More]
A man who allegedly stole a hat from a store now faces an attempted murder charge after a scuffle with a police officer outside the... [Read More]
Charles Headrick makes his daily rounds, visiting patients to pray with them, as a chaplain at St. Francis in Monroe. [Read More]
Looking to Police Jury, Coliseum Authority to deliver what was promised when renovation tax passed... [Read More]
Both issues require leadership to be able to move on successfully... [Read More]
Few voters are probably even aware that a race for treasurer is being waged... [Read More]
Just weeks after finishing well at the LHSAA state track and field meet, Marksville senior Nora Day was ready for her next move. [Read More]
Defense wins championships, but it generally takes good quarterback play to get a team to the next level. [Read More]
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