Co-Sleeping: Dangerous or Beneficial?

            Sleep deprivation is practically inevitable to a parent of a newborn. Accommodating infant and party for optimal sleep time is deemed necessary. Families are beginning to transition into the trend of what is known as “Co-Sleeping.” Many parents attribute an overall better sense of well being to Co-Sleeping. Some, though, believe it poses risk
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Louisiana Mayor Candidate, Guy Huffine Expresses His Thoughts

https://make.headliner.app/download/a18f0499-013b-41eb-96d9-b4d9606a538b There will be four men running for Mayor of Ponchatoula, Louisiana, a city of just over 5,000 people with a budget of 10.9 million dollars. They will face off in a primary election October 12, and If no candidate earns 51% (or more) of the votes, the two top contenders will face off in
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Bub Tucker II Runs for Mayor of Ponchatoula in Hopes of a “New Wave”

Bub Tucker II, age 39 runs for Ponchatoula City mayor in upcoming elections. Tucker has been a Ponchatoula resident his whole life and considers himself a “Family Man.” He says that he is different from other candidates running because he has a huge interest in technology, especially in relation to sales. He has been in
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The Students of Southeastern React to the New Promise

Southeastern Louisiana University recently announced a promise that will help incoming freshman save money. On Apr. 18, Southeastern’s President John Crain introduced the Southeastern Promise. All incoming freshmen starting in the summer and fall will receive a freeze on their tuition and fees regardless of the legislative order. Many students have mixed feelings about the promise and everything
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Criminal Justice Committee Discusses Bill to Raise Parolee Fees.

Is it reasonable to ask parolees to pay $100 a month in fees? A SoutheasternUreporter survey asked respondents to answer questions concerning bills that are presented to the Administration of Criminal Justice. One such bill discussed in the survey is a bill the proposes to raise the maximum amount of fees that parolees are required
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Prisoners and Books: A Short Survey

How much do you know about Louisiana’s prison system? Take this short survey and tell us! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1idUYwZdmViCmQMAkWJJ6UnhBo2RVelRt5JbHoXuLEAs/edit

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