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Cajuns’ softball program sets new ticket sales record

LAFAYETTE – Season ticket sales for the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns Softball program have once again set new records in both total tickets sold and revenue generated.
For the third consecutive season a new record in quantity of tickets was reached as 1,014 were sold prior to the season-opening weekend, eclipsing the previous record of 1,006 reached in 2016. This is the second straight season of 1,000-plus tickets sold.

The rice industry is a big part of Louisiana and Vermilion Parish. It is a crop that makes millions for the state.

Government & Rice: Do they go together?

JENNINGS – The effects of the Trump administration’s policies pose a mixed bag of possibilities for American rice, a USA Rice official said at the recent (Feb. 7) annual joint meeting of the Louisiana Rice Council and Louisiana Rice Growers.
About 250 people attended the event. Gov. John Bel Edwards was scheduled to speak at the meeting, but he canceled to inspect tornado damage in southeast Louisiana.

Acadiana Fund to benefit Greater New Orleans tornado victims

LAFAYETTE — Community Foundation of Acadiana (CFA) has created the Greater New Orleans Tornado Relief Fund in response to the devastating tornados that struck several parishes in the Greater New Orleans area on Tuesday, February 7th.
Donations to the fund are tax-deductible and 100% of all contributions will be given to Greater New Orleans Foundation (GNOF) who’s working closely with numerous nonprofit organizations providing immediate assistance to families who suffered catastrophic losses.

Stacey Trim

Stacey Trim seeks Delcambre District 5 Alderman seat

My name is Stacey “T-mom” Trim and I am seeking your support as I run for Alderman of District 5. I have been a resident of Delcambre for 40+ years, having graduated from Delcambre High School in 1989. I worked for Fruit of the Loom from 1990-1996. I worked at University Medical Center from 1998-2012. I am currently working for Rotorcraft Leasing Company as a purchasing agent.

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