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War fears mount as US draws down Ukraine embassy presence

The State Department on Sunday ordered the families of all American personnel at the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine ...

sunday talk

Living the Dream: Starks native advises others to ‘sieze every opportunity’

Patti Brindley Cradic wants to see more women live out their dreams. “Seize every opportunity. It doesn’t matter ...

education

COVID closures continue to impact childcare providers

Louisiana Policy Institute for Children recently announced survey results from early childhood education providers painting a moderately improved ...

local

Calcasieu cleanup: Debris in drainage laterals being cleared

A shipping truck parked near Indian Bayou in Moss Bluff uses a crane to pick up a pile ...

Economic development

SW La. has been fostering budding entrepreneurs for decade

Budding entrepreneurs in Southwest Louisiana can showcase their best business ideas at the 10th annual Business Pitch competition, ...

local

Calcasieu Police Jury votes on zoning requests

Calcasieu Parish police jurors on Thursday took action on several rezoning requests, including the approval of an RV ...

local

United Way of SW La. sheltering community members in area hotels

United Way of Southwest Louisiana secured hotel rooms for hurricane victims and the homeless this week, registering nearly ...

crime

Sulphur man accused of stealing $367,000 from nonprofit

A Sulphur man was arrested Wednesday following a seventh-month investigation into accusations he was stealing from a local ...

economy

Cassidy touts SW La. benefits of infrastructure bill

U.S. Sen.  Bill Cassidy, R-Louisiana, recently announced a $643,360,450 allocation for the state from the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment ...

education

Jeff Davis School Board declares critical shortage for several positions

JENNINGS — The Jeff Davis Parish School Board is having a hard time finding qualified teachers and support ...

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