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Since opening earlier this month, the Nelson Road location has been a hive of activity, serving residents from all over Southwest Louisiana.

Since opening earlier this month, the Nelson Road location has been a hive of activity, serving residents from all over Southwest Louisiana.

LC's newest fast-food franchise serves up good food, cold treats

By Justin B. Phillips / American Press

There are three things in the world that

can cause adults to act like toddlers. The first is paid vacation from a

regular job.

Days on end doing whatever you want while making the money you

need is, without a doubt, priceless. The second is purchasing

the winning lottery ticket to a big jackpot ...

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Money from small settlement earmarked for coast

NEW ORLEANS — Money from the first and only settlement so far in a Louisiana flood board's lawsuit against dozens of

energy companies will be p ...

(Special to the American Press)

Grambling faculty votes no confidence in Warrick

GRAMBLING — The Grambling State University Faculty Senate has voted no confidence in interim President Cynthia Warrick

and has called on the Un ...

Welsh blighte

WELSH — Under an ordinance adopted by the town council in a 4-1 vote Tuesday, property owners will face up to a $500 fine and 30 days in jail fo ...

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Chamber of commerce nominations: The deadline for submitting nominations for the Jeff Davis Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards is 4 p.m. Friday ...


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Sports

(Rick Hickman/American Press)

Cowgirls look to bounce back from first loss

The McNeese State Cowgirls will be

looking to rebound from their first loss of the season at 7 p.m. today

when they host LSU-Alexandria

in the thir ...

(Special to the American Press)

Cardinals yet to claim quality victory

Lamar football made its comeback in 2010, but it is attempting to use Saturday to mark its arrival.

The Cardinals (7-4, 4-3 Southland) have clinched ...

(Rick Hickman/American Press)

Bucs, Gators enter Round 2

Barbe will be hoping history repeats itself this weekend, while LaGrange will be hoping for a different ending to a familiar script.

No. 7 Barbe (9-2 ...

(Associated Press)

Crass move by Peterson to play victim

If you listen closely to him and his lawyer you would think Adrian Peterson was a victim.

They talk as if it’s the All-Pro running back who has ...


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Scene

Since opening earlier this month, the Nelson Road location has been a hive of activity, serving residents from all over Southwest Louisiana.

LC's newest fast-food franchise serves up good food, cold treats

There are three things in the world that

can cause adults to act like toddlers. The first is paid vacation from a

regular job.

Days on end doing wh ...

Junior League member Elisabeth LaMotte decorates a Christmas tree in the Civic Center. (Rick Hickman / American Press)

Mistletoe & Moss named a top 20 event

The Mistletoe and Moss Holiday Market kicks off today for its 22nd year with a new accolade under its belt — a designation

as a Southeast Touri ...

<p><span class=Calcasieu Cinema International will present the 2011 award-winning French film “Les Intouchables” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 19, in the Business Conference Center. The film is open free to the public.

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Calcasieu Cinema International to screen 'Les Intouchables' tonight

Engaging students and community members

in meaningful discussions about culture is not as easy as it sounds,

especially when

topics are often sensi ...

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Mistletoe & Moss: Beloved event returns Nov. 20

The 22nd annual Mistletoe and Moss Holiday Market, presented by the Junior League of Lake Charles and Luna Bar and Grill,

will run 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Nov ...


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