There are many things that are better left at home. When in public, it is important to consider your audience. Your public audience ranges from tee tiny infants to the elderly with everything in between.
Writer Tabbie Chamberlain continues the story of her life in her second book, Picking Dandelions. In her newest book, the Winnsboro native and current Moss Bluff resident recalls the period from 1953 to 1966.
The West Calcasieu Airport Managing Board on April 1 authorized the airport to negotiate a lease agreement with Louisiana-based First Flight Holdings, LLC, for use of approximately 100 acres of airport property strategically located near industrial...
SULPHUR — Even a massive three-run homerun in the top of the third inning by Zachary's Baylie Doiron didn't seem to phase the Sulphur Lady Tors on Tuesday in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs. The 16th ranked Lady Tors rebounded from a 3-1...
Garrison Commander Col. Glenn Moore said the $88 million project would replace a plant that has served since 1941 — when Camp Polk first came into existence.
The indictment, handed down after an investigation by the Louisiana State Police Bureau of Investigations, charges Palermo with one count of forgery, three counts of possession of stolen things and one count of altering or removing identifying numbers of ...
MOSS BLUFF — For the second consecutive year, the Sam Houston High School softball program has produced a Division I college athlete. On Wednesday, senior shortstop Carleigh Chaumont signed her national letter of intent to play for Western...
SULPHUR — 2014 has been the best season for the Sulphur Lady Tor softball program season since 2007. Now they hope to make it even better when they open the Class 5A playoffs on Tuesday at home against Zachary at 4 p.m.
A radical system of teaching and testing called Common Core has been introduced into Louisiana's schools. I have been learning what it is and why it is surrounded by controversy.
Longtime Sulphur resident Tim LaFleur, a pilot and law enforcement veteran, is officially at the controls of Southland Executive Airport.
The two Sulphur locations are the home of Lamar Robertson, 309 W. Lee St. and the home of Al and Yvonne Guerrini, 106 Dubach.
So what is the world's favorite number? Well, it turns out that super prime number seven was the winner. One woman from the U.S. said that she chose seven because it felt magical.
Capt. Debbie McElhannon, current Post Commander for VFW Post 9854 in Vinton, was recognized April 14 by the Sulphur Armed Forces Commission for her service to her country and community. Commission chair Harry Montgomery presented McElhannon with a City...
Fort Polk has long offered education for Soldiers, spouses and Family members through colleges that are housed at the Education Center: Central Texas College, Northwestern State University, Upper Iowa University and Central Michigan University. Now,...
CARENCRO — A week ago, the Sulphur Tors were on a three-game losing streak that dropped them from 14th in the LHSAA power rankings to 20th. But it is all a distant memory now, as the Tors beat Carencro 6-3 on Saturday for their third consecutive...
MOSS BLUFF — Mired in their longest slump of the season, the Sam Houston Broncos nearly rallied to beat the top team in Class 5A on Saturday at home. Down 5-0, the Broncos scored four in the seventh but the No. 1 Barbe Bucs held on to win 5-4.
MOSS BLUFF — Sam Houston High School senior Taylor Landry will get to live out a dream in the fall after signing a letter of intent on Wednesday to play soccer at LSU-Alexandria.
SULPHUR - After Kale Breaux threw a 19-strikeout no-hitter at New Iberia on April 1st, the Yellow Jackets nearly returned the favor on Thursday as Zach Robicheaux threw a one-hitter. But even that was not enough as Sulphur pulled off a 3-0 win.
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