The announcement of a district attorney’s seat being open at the end of the year normally would bring a potentially long list of hopefuls, but it wasn’t the case this year.

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Pointe Coupee Parish government could face additional shortfalls based on the figures it received on severance tax revenue for the second fiscal quarter, according to Parish President Major Thibaut.

M onths of questions on how an official school year will come will be answered in less than two weeks when students return to class in Pointe Coupee Parish. Or perhaps, they won’t.

Hannah Kador does not claim to be an artist, but a blank canvas is how she looks at the Livonia girls basketball team.

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M onths of questions on how an official school year will come will be answered in less than two weeks when students return to class in Pointe Coupee Parish. Or perhaps, they won’t.

Leaders of the Westside Sponsoring Committee will host a Zoom meeting from 6 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, July 28, to a launch their “10,000 Conversations Campaign.”

GOD APPROVES YOU – “I will never refuse anyone who comes to Me” (John 6:37).

In a natural progression of human growth, an infant begins life by drinking milk.  As the body grows, then solid food is introduced.  If solid food is well tolerated, then meat is presented.  Our spiritual growth is similar, as 1 Peter 2:2 explains, “like newborn babies,” we “crave pure spir…

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