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Prior to a “Key to the City” presentation to the parade royalty, New Roads Mayor Cornell Dukes celebrates a toast with 2020 Community Center of Pointe Coupee Queen Joy’Da Spurlock and King Wilbert Joseph.

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John “Terry” Jarreau and Sydney Adele Leonard reigned as king and queen for the 2020 Livonia Mardi Gras Parade.

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“Louisiana Saturday Night in Tiger Stadium,” a salute to the defending champion LSU Tiger football team, won the LSU Spirit Award in the 2020 Livonia Mardi Gras Parade. The Krewe of Pas Bon presented the float.

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A “Viva Las Vegas” float, presented by Krewe Da Las Minute,” won first place in the 2020 Livonia Mardi Gras parade. “Oh, the Places We Go” was the theme for this year’s festivities.

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“Don’t Mess with Texas,” presented by the Kent familly, garnered the second place award in the float competition for the 2020 Livonia Mardi Gras Parade.

Four teams from District 5-1A are playoff-bound, but Catholic High of Pointe Coupee missed a spot in the 16-team Division IV bracket.

Wet weather did not cooperate and changed plans by some Pointe Coupee Parish teams on Monday, the start of the regular season for softball and baseball.

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The Pointe Coupee Ministers’ Conference annual Christian Education Leadership School will be held on Saturday, February 29, 2020,  from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 824 Main st., New Roads, LA . Courses offered: Effective Bible Reading; Survey of Romans; Christian Education: the…

Matthew 27:50-53 explains the phenomenon that occurred during the cataclysmic moments of Jesus’ crucifixion and death.  The miraculous power of this event caused “graves to open” and “bodies of many of God’s people who died were brought back to life” and “were seen by many.”  God’s incredibl…

L et the New Year’s resolutions begin. It’s a new year, so become a new you. As 2020 begins, remember, there are 365 days in one year, so you have 365 opportunities to make new changes.

God’s blessings are like snowflakes; small on their own, but together they cover everything.  How many small blessings can you count over your lifespan?  If you could collect every blessing in your life, what would they cover?

In his book More Sower’s Seeds: Second Planting, Rev. Brian Cavanagh, TOR, writes a Christian religious fable that warns us of the inner spiritual decay, as represented by an outer physical decay that awaits those who spurn Jesus Christ.

All believers should celebrate the day of Jesus’ resurrection, as this event signifies the cornerstone of our faith.  As Christians, it’s essential to understand and continue to celebrate when God’s resurrection power is exhibited, as this echoes a perpetual reminder that God is still active…

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