9:30 LRN Newscast July 28

Businesses with fewer than 50 employees can now apply for grant money through the Main Street Recovery Program. Eligible businesses can receive up to 15-thousand dollars in no-strings-attached cash. State Treasurer John Schroder says there are only 275-million dollars available…
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Applicants can be completed at Louisiana-main-street-dot-com.

The governor’s office is celebrating a big economic development win as an education software company announces it’s moving its headquarters from San Francisco to Lafayette. Governor John Bel Edwards on why SchoolMint chose Lafayette…
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SchoolMint’s decision will result in nearly 400 new jobs in the Lafayette area.

A rise in chronic conditions is putting more Louisiana residents at risk for colorectal cancer. Kevin Barnhart has the story.
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The Louisiana High School Atheltic Association has made the decision to allow schools to begin official football practices on Monday. No contact is allowed, but seven on seven scrimmages can take place and there can not be more than 25 players involved. The LHSAA says once the state moves to phase three, football teams will be allowed to do more.