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  • Flood survivors may be eligible for lodging expense reimbursement

    Flood survivors who have registered with FEMA may be eligible for reimbursement if they had to pay out-of-pocket for temporary lodging because of flood damage to their primary residence. You may be eligible for lodging expense reimbursement if you: register with FEMA; pass identity verification; verify occupancy in a primary residence within a declared parish; […]

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    COMMENTARY: Enough is enough

    There some things I can accept. I can accept that some people support candidates no matter what they say or do. I can accept some sports teams may never win a championship in my lifetime. I cannot accept an educational system that kills the spirit of young children, including far too young black males. I […]

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  • AKA hosted candlelight vigil set for October 27

    AKA hosted candlelight vigil set for October 27

    Local elected officials, law enforcement officers, community groups and churches will gather for a candlelight vigil on Thursday, October 27, at 6 p.m., on the steps of the State Capitol, to remember those who died at the hands of loved ones.  The public is invited to attend the vigil. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Nu […]

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    Kamrie Dillard earns Monsanto Company scholarship

    SU student Kamrie Dillard on receiving the 1890s Student Scholarship from Monsanto Company. Dillard was one of 10 students from eight Universities to receive the $10,000 scholarship. “I am honored to be an example of how corporations like Monsanto invest in diverse students, ensuring that we have access to the resources required to receive a […]

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