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Nala is looking for a foster home while volunteers are not allowed at the shelter due to COVID-19 precautions. She is the longest resident at the shelter and the amount of time Nala enjoys outside will greatly diminish. Read more

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As Americans struggle with the prospect of hunkering down for weeks or even months in response to COVID-19, we in Louisiana already know how to cope. We’ve done this drill before, after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Read more

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Auto manufacturers have long embraced technology that can streamline the automotive experience for drivers. For example, several years ago keyless entry and ignition systems were introduced, initially on high-end vehicles before they became standard on many other models.  Read more

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Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser, along with the Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board, granted an official pardon to Emile the Crawfish during the 4th Annual Pardoning of the Crawfish event. Read more

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Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser and the Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board have begun the search for chefs to participate in the 13th Annual Louisiana Seafood Cook-Off, which will be held Tuesday, June 23, at the Cajundome Convention Center in Lafayette. Read more

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One hundred and 19 runners and walkers participated Saturday afternoon in the 5K “Running for Rachael,” a fundraiser for the organization. the group raised $4,500 to combat cancer in memory of Rachael Willis, a young woman from Brusly who passed away at 24 with lymphoma. Read more

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Organ donation is overwhelmingly supported by the adult population of the United States. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 95 percent of adults in the United States support organ donation. In spite of that, the DHHS notes that only 54 percent of U.S. adults are s… Read more

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SCC Blackbird 4036 4139 won reserve grand champion owned female at the 2020 Louisiana State University (LSU) AgCenter Livestock Show’s Junior Angus Show, Feb. 13 in Gonzales, La. Emma Sarradet, Addis, La., owns the May 2018 daughter of PVF Insight 0129. She also claimed champion Louisiana br… Read more

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Born With Angel Wings of the Greater Baton Rouge area was in town on Saturday, February 22nd for their second workshop in the West Baton Rouge Parish (WBRP) Area.   A large thanks to Sheriff Mike Cazes and Mike Marchand for opening the doors to the Sheriffs Posse Building for this workshop. … Read more

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Rabbit is around 2 years of age, 50 pounds and fully vetted. Please email adoptions@wbrcouncil.org if you are interested in adopting this cutie! Read more

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Crawfish boils in the backyard or cocktails on the patio provide some fun ways to enjoy the great outdoors from the comforts of home. While friends and family flock to such entertaining opportunities, some unwanted guests may want to crash the festivities. Read more

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Pride tends to swell when homeowners successfully complete do-it-yourself projects on their homes. In addition to saving homeowners money, DIY projects provide a unique way for men and women to personally connect with their homes. Read more

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Like moths to a flame, the over 300 students who attended Holy Family School’s STEM Night were attracted to the buzz followed by a flame produced by linemen from Entergy as they demonstrated electricity’s ability to start a fire. Read more

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Spring cleaning is a ritual in many homes, though some might be forgetting to address an area of their homes that can be especially vulnerable to insect infestations. Read more

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Queen Jennifer LeJeune and King Ron LeJeune reigned over Sunday’s Krewe of the Good Friends of the Oaks Mardi Gras Parade Read more

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A resident of Port Allen for over 40 years, Gary Joseph campaigned for election twice before being elected in November to serve on the Parish Council to represent District IX. He took office Jan.1. Read more