The Omicron variant is surging in Louisiana resulting in another 43-hundred reported cases on Tuesday…:
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Like other charitable organizations, the Salvation Army has had to meet more demands with fewer resources since the pandemic. Spokesperson Aimee Murry says many people lost their homes this year in Louisiana due to eviction moratoriums ending and Hurricane Ida…:
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You can get a full list of services on their website.

State Police confirms a suspect involved in the Grambling State University homecoming shooting on Oct. 13 has been arrested. They say 18-year-old Jatavious “Rabbit” Carroll is booked on charges of second-degree murder, one count of attempted second degree murder, and one count of possessing a weapon on school property. The shooting injured a 16-year-old juvenile and led to the death of 19-year-old Damarius Murphy, both of Rayville.

The Covid surge might keep you home for your New Year’s Celebrations, but you might want to go buy fireworks early. Jaise Templet (Jace Tom-play), owner of 621 Fireworks in Gonzales, says while the pandemic has caused supply chain issues, it hasn’t hurt business…:
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He says the best stuff is going to go quick so the sooner you load up the better.