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Solo case shows domestic violence bigger than NFL

By Jim Gazzolo / American Press

It was a big game, covered by a major sports network with international implications.

There was even a national following for

the teams and the network not only broadcast it but had spent the

previous days promoting

it.

This game had it all, drama, interest and a superstar going for a record.

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News

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Tolls are possible to complete Interstate 49 South

LAFAYETTE — A state-funded feasibility study finds tolls starting at 18 cents a mile could pay from one-quarter to one-half

of the more than $3 ...

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Alliance now Jeff Davis Chamber of Commerce

JENNINGS — The membership of the Jeff Davis Business Alliance voted in favor of changing the organization’s name to the Jeff

Davis Chambe ...

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Cassidy bill seeks checks on EPA regulations

The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed an energy solutions bill that included legislation to check energy-related

regulations from the Env ...

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Neighbor detained as a person of interest in slaying

A Vinton man was stabbed to death Monday morning, and his neighbor is being detained as a person of interest in the homicide,

officials said.

The vi ...


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Sports

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Sulphur runner making most of senior year

Derrick Guillory is not wasting his senior year.

Through three games, Guillory has earned a spot near the top of the state’s rushing leaders wi ...

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Harris on radar after Miss. St. game

LSU head coach Les Miles isn’t ready to say that Brandon Harris will start at quarterback this week against New Mexico State,

but the true fres ...

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Solo case shows domestic violence bigger than NFL

It was a big game, covered by a major sports network with international implications.

There was even a national following for

the teams and the netw ...

(Rick Hickman/American Press)

On-again, off-again Cowboys getting into swing

McNeese State’s schedule has a bit of a “Groundhog Day” feel to it early in the season.

First there was the season opener. Then the ...


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Scene

(Special to the American Press)

McNeese SAGE program to kick off with cowboy lecture

McNeese State University will kick off its fall SAGE program with a lecture by former state Sen. Bill Jones, who will talk

about his book, “Lou ...

Andrew Webster, as Paulette, poses with Buster (Rufus) during a scene of " />

‘Legally Blonde’ musical opens Sept. 27

Artists Civic Theatre and Studio opens its 2014-2015 season on Sept. 27 with “Legally Blonde,” the musical.

Based on the novel by Heather ...

Andrew Webster, as Paulette, poses with Buster (Rufus) during a scene of " />

‘Legally Blonde’ musical opens Sept. 27

Artists Civic Theatre and Studio opens its 2014-2015 season on Sept. 27 with “Legally Blonde,” the musical.

Based on the novel by Heather ...

Children ride a merry-go-round at last year’s Bon Ton Festival. (American Press Archives)

Bon Ton Festival coming to Carlyss

The Bon Ton Festival in Carlyss — recently named a top 20 September festival by the Southeast Tourism Society — is expected

to draw thous ...


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