Rain deters Great Pumpkin, not fun

Luke Skywalker, relieved of his light saber by his watchful parents, followed a toddling Cinderella up the inflatable slide before bouncing his way down the air-filled rubber. Close by, a very short Ironman tried his hand at tossing bean bags through a gaping Jack-o’-lantern mouth, hoping to gain some candy for his feat during the […]

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Reconnect continues to connect with students

The first Reconnect Farmers Market of Fall 2013 was a success, despite the fact that a scheduling conflict prevented a few of the normal vendors from attending. “It still managed to work out even though there were a couple of hiccups,” Reconnect student president Erin Uzee said of Monday’s market. The vendors and presenters in […]

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Lions reaching campus for the Lamb

Now in its ninth semester, the Lions for the Lamb (L4L) campus ministry is growing more than ever by continuing to reach out to students with food, fellowship, worship and the Word of God. “We have at least 100 active members,” L4L President Zach Whitehead said in a recent meeting. “I can’t wait to see […]

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Local church hosts Family and Friends Day

Instead of heading home or to a restaurant for a traditional Sunday dinner this past Sunday, members of Little River United Pentecostal Church and their guests headed outside for an afternoon of fun, food and fellowship. Over 300 people attended the annual Family and Friends Day at the Tickfaw church, setting up tents, lawn chairs […]

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Southeastern students petition for revised free speech policies

  Claiming that current policies are too restrictive, a group of Southeastern Louisiana University students are putting together a petition requesting a revision of campus free speech policies. The petition was born from an experience the founders of Young Americans for Liberty had a couple of semesters ago before they officially launched the organization, President […]

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Booze better for Sunday business, Hammond Council agrees

With only one council member opposed and no opposition from the public, the Hammond City Council overturned part of an old blue law prohibiting the sale of hard liquor on Sundays. According to the ordinance adopted Tuesday night, liquor with an alcohol content greater than 5 percent can now be sold at any Hammond supermarket, […]

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