Festival goers brave frigid temperatures for a good po-boy

The cold temperatures didn’t stop New Orleans Annual Oak Street, Po-boy Fest. People came out in full force to eat and try all types of Po-boy creations. The menus include everything from the traditional shrimp Po-boy to fried eggplant Po-boy. The festival brings out restaurants and food trucks alike to create the most outrageous Po-boy
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St. Tammany Parish Hospital honors veterans

There is no doubt that our nation owes a great debt of gratitude to our military veterans. These individuals give so much of themselves in order to keep us safe and allow us to live our everyday lives. At St. Tammany Parish Hospital in Covington, they are honoring our vets in a very special way
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Meet Sam Roberson

HAMMOND, La. – Sam Roberson, a fifth-year senior, is the kind of leader that helped Southeastern Louisiana baseball build its championship success, but it hasn’t always been easy. “Sam is the definition of what our program stands for,” team manager Zack Shickel said. “He carries himself in a positive manner both on and off the field.
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Young producer is making waves to be a future game designer

      On the fast track to becoming the next game designer and record producer, 13-year-old Dontrell Mitchel is no stranger to the industry. Although music production and game design are two different focuses, Dontrell can easily help connect the two. Being a producer at a young age is something that came natural to
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Star Wars posters

Traveling poster vendor offers eclectic selection to students

Ross Robinson leaves his mountainside home in the jungles of Thailand for 35 to 40 weeks every year to sell posters at college campuses across the U.S. What started as a record store that he opened in New York City in 1970 eventually became a traveling poster sale that offers a widely varied selection. Robinson
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A cherished home

Since the winter time is here, so is the cold weather. While families crank up the heater, Hayes Lange lights the fireplace. Lange, resident of Lacombe, says that he does things differently than most families. Hayes and his wife Eura have been living in the same house he built in 1975. He has had many
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