Mail-In Voting and COVID-19 Issues

COVID-19 is still causing issues, but this time on more of a political scale. With the virus still consuming every bit of our news feed, phases restrictions and masks, and social distancing enforced, mail-in ballots are what seem to be the move for some voters. But there are some differing opinions that go along with
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Hope’s Home: Methodist Children’s Home Constructs New Sanctuary

Faith, hope, and love… a saying you usually would see on a soccer mom’s kitchen wall by her coffee pot, but Patrick Blanchard, a retired medical lawyer, takes those words to heart. Blanchard is the Director of the Methodist Children’s Home, a 120 year old organization that started in Ruston Louisiana. The Children’s Home is
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Hammond Love and Company

When a person jumpers in front of a moving car to meet their future wife, that’s called commitment. That’s exactly what happened with Nick Killibrew back in 2014 whenever he met marketing major Kaitlyn Fickle. When asked about their less than normal meeting, Nick said, “ I jump in the way of her pretty much…safely
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COVID-19 and Pageant Queens

Today marks a year since Miss Southeastern 2020, Janine Hatcher, was crowned as the current University Titleholder. The year hasn’t looked like previous reigning years, but Hatcher has done her best with holding her own in the unknowns of COVID-19. One unknown, was the ability to have the Miss Southeastern 2021 pageant, hosted by the
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Southeastern Football Practice Updates #5 and #6

As February 27th inches closer, Lions Football Head Coach Frank Scelfo and coaching staff prepare for the spring season. Although there aren’t any Saturday Night Lights, the Lions have still put up some high performance during fall practice these past few weeks.  Practice number five held promise for the offense as the wide receiver group
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COVID vs. Law Enforcement

Wear a mask, social distance at least six feet, wash your hands every 15 minutes—these are all precautions that are now a small part of “the new normal.” Businesses, schools, and everyday life as we know it is being impacted by COVID. This global pandemic can pose as a great stressor for every person all over
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