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Prayers are answered, UCAP’s cupboard full

Prayers are answered, UCAP’s cupboard full

Local schools, churches, civic organizations, and even private citizens have gone above and beyond to feed the hungry by stocking the pantry at UCAP (United Christian Assistance Program).

"I've been here 11 years," said UCAP volunteer Madeline Gilbert. "I've never seen this much – food, clothing, everything. See? Prayers are answered."

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Inventory behind gas price dip

Commuters are enjoying a dip in gasoline prices. Spokesman Don Redman with AAA in Metairie said the dip below $3 per gallon reflects the current state of supply and deman...

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Sworn (in) to Serve

Sworn (in) to Serve

Clerk of Court, Holli Vining swears in Village of Dubberly police chief, aldermen and mayor on Monday, December 10. Taking the oath of office are (from left) Police Chief...

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Cleanup continues at Camp Minden

It could take up to three more weeks to finish moving military propellant into storage at an explosives recycling company that caused the evacuation of Doyline, authoriti...

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Finding Light in the Darkness

School safety at forefront in days following Sandy Hook shootings

Parents across the country are saying prayers for the loved ones of Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newto...

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Rapist gets 12 years

Rapist gets 12 years

A Dubberly man will spend the next 12 years in prison at hard labor for the crime of forcible rape.

Judge Ford Stinson handed down the sentence Monday.

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No Serious Inuries

No Serious Inuries

Just before 5 p.m. Tuesday, a one-vehicle accident occurred on La. 159, in front of Pine Grove Methodist Church. The driver reportedly did not have serious injuries and t...

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