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LSU

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Reversal of fortunes

By Scooter Hobbs / American Press

For once, LSU won’t have to pretend the Tigers still have a rivalry with Ole Miss.

In fact, it may be the Rebels in danger of looking down their noses at the Tigers and past Halloween to their game next week

with Auburn.

This time the Tigers (6-2, 2-2 SEC) had to straighten up their ship to ...

News

(Doris Maricle/American Press)

Jeff Davis Parish Library re-opens on same day as original opening

JENNINGS — The public got its first look Monday at the newly renovated Jeff Davis Parish Library following a nearly $500,000

renovation project ...

(Special to the American Press)

Site clearance begins for Sasol project

Site clearance for Sasol’s ethane cracker project is underway, as workers begin the task of prepping the land for construction.

Mike Hayes, Sas ...

(MGNonline)

$10M in bonds OK'd for LC Memorial

Of the more than $140 million in local

projects approved by the State Bond Commission Oct. 16, one includes $10

million in

hospital revenue bonds t ...

(American Press Archives)

Funding cuts affecting channel

The Lake Charles River Pilots have announced that the draft of the Calcasieu Ship Channel will be reduced by one to two feet

because of the lack of d ...


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Sports

(Associated Press)

Reversal of fortunes

For once, LSU won’t have to pretend the Tigers still have a rivalry with Ole Miss.

In fact, it may be the Rebels in danger of looking down thei ...

(Rick Hickman/American Press)

Cowboys have more work to do despite latest win

The name Incarnate Word is unlikely to scare anyone — at least as not as much as an Incarnate Exclamation Point might.

Six turnovers, on the ot ...

(Associated Press)

Despite record and woes Saints live

Here’s the good news, Saints fans, there is still hope. Lots of hope in fact.

Remember one thing when you look at your team’s disappointi ...

(Rick Hickman/American Press)

Vallette wins Sulphur city title

SULPHUR — Chris Vallette knew what he was doing when he pulled driver out of his bag on the tee box of the 36th and final

hole of play of the S ...


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Scene

Berenstain Bears coming to Lutcher Theater

The classic Berenstain Bears book series will come to life next week onstage at the Lutcher Theater Center for Performing

Arts. Three books from the ...

Dennis Manuel nails an N to Hootenanny above the barn door. (Frank DiCesare / American Press)<br>

Moss Bluff church will 'raise the roof' for charity Oct. 19

Moss Bluff United Methodist Church will add a special event to their annual Pumpkin Patch Sunday, with a performance worthy

of Roy Clark and Buck Owe ...

The Last Resort Car and Truck Show returns to Jennings this weekend with hundreds of custom-designed cars and classically restored cars, trucks and motorcycles. (Doris Maricle / American Press)

Last Resort Car Show rolls into Jennings

JENNINGS — The Last Resort Car and Truck Show will roll into Jennings this weekend with hundreds of custom-designed and classically restored car ...

The Rajasthani Gypsy Caravan will perform at this year's Culture Fest. (Special to the American Press)

Culture Fest coming to LC Civic Center

The fourth annual Culture Fest will kick off next weekend at the Lake Charles Civic Center, showcasing the cultures — including

music, dance an ...


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