Stop the Presses: The Times Picayune No Longer a Daily Paper

Call it a slow death or a steady decline, The Times Picayune, a 175 year old staple of southeast Louisiana, will soon drop from a daily edition to three days per week: Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. It’s a change that billionaire businessman Warren Buffett has called unsustainable, but how does this change affect direction of
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Trashy: North Oak Park Now a Dumping Ground for Litterbugs

  Patrons of North Oak Park get in touch with more than just nature when they cross the wooden bridges from North Campus at Southeastern Louisiana University. Empty beer and soda cans, expended fast food wrappers, and an endless amount of paper and plastic waste line the woods, the pond, and the fields. “It’s dirty
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Call of Duty: Louisiana National Guard Soldiers respond to Hurricane Isaac

  PINEVILLE- As Hurricane Isaac’s flood waters seeped into Louisiana on Monday, Camp Beauregard in upstate Louisiana seemed a very long way from home. Answering the Call On a calm Sunday afternoon, the first responders were called into action to respond to the storm. This was the stage for the Louisiana National Guard’s Joint Operations Command, the
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Southeastern Athletics heat up at Hot August Night

HAMMOND– Although athletic competition hasn’t begun at Southeastern, Hot August Night in downtown Hammondgot the ball rolling Friday night. The event featured Lion-Pawlooza, a pep rally for students to celebrate with the football team, the cheerleaders and the band. The event began at 6 p.m. with fans celebrating with Roomie the Lion despite the bleak,
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