Bill to increase penalties for school bus stop signs

[Baton Rouge]-On March 20, a bill to increase the penalties for those who don’t adhere to the laws pertaining to the stop signs on a school bus was voted on favorably.   Those who would violate the laws proposed by … Continue reading

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Harsher penalties for bus related violations

[BATON ROUGE] – On Tuesday the House reported favorably a bill regarding harsher penalties for causing injuries as a result of overtaking and passing school busses. Rep. Ledricka Thierry proposed the bill that states there will be enhanced penalties for … Continue reading

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Peer Educators to Educate New Peers

[Hammond] – Southeastern’s Peer Educators Educating Peers organization started off the new spring semester with its first general meeting on Jan. 30, informing old members and new about the organization’s upcoming interactions with the community. This semester’s events will include … Continue reading

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Kicking butts

Pink balloons represent breast cancer. Yellow balloons allow students to write a message for display.

The campus organization Peer Educators Educating Peers wants Southeastern to kick butts when it comes to smoking. The organization spread its message on tobacco awareness from a tent in front of Fayard Hall. Taking a different approach, PEEP used balloons … Continue reading

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Make A Date for Breasts – Feel For A Cause

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Dr. Mendez, ob/gyn, Madisonville said, “women should get a clinical breast exam at least every three years, starting in their 20s and get an annual exam and mammogram starting at age 40. Breast … Continue reading

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New Sponsor For Radio Show

Tutti Frutti of Hammond signed with KSLU 90.9 FM to be a sponsor for The Mike Lucas Radio Show. The show airs on Monday nights at 7p.m. at Tope La in downtown Hammond and is hosted by Allen Waddell. The … Continue reading

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