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HAS THE CORNER BEEN TURNED?

HAS THE CORNER BEEN TURNED?

“CAUTIOUS OPTIMISM”  AS INDUSTRY SLOWLY RETURNS The downturn in oil and gas industry activity in the Bayou Region continues to
MANY MOUTHS TO FEED

MANY MOUTHS TO FEED

LOCAL COMPANIES SERVICE MARINE INDUSTRY Many hands do much work on the rigs, platforms and vessels connected to the Bayou
MARINE DIESEL SIMULATORS BRING TECHNOLOGY TO FUTURE STUDENTS

MARINE DIESEL SIMULATORS BRING TECHNOLOGY TO FUTURE STUDENTS

The Louisiana Board of Regents awarded Fletcher Technical Community College an over $144,000 grant — which will go to implementing
ACTIVITY AT FOUCHON MAKING PROGRESS

ACTIVITY AT FOUCHON MAKING PROGRESS

CHIASSON SAYS THERE ARE SIGNS THAT A COMEBACK IS SURFACING When oil prices were at their peak, there were 65
PORT OF TERREBONNE CHUGGING ALONG

PORT OF TERREBONNE CHUGGING ALONG

DIRECTOR SAYS ECONOMY STILL REELING, BUT THERE’S HOPE FORA BRIGHTER FUTURE The local economy has just been in a bit
MELACO SISTERS AIMS TO SERVE COMMUNITY IT LOVES

MELACO SISTERS AIMS TO SERVE COMMUNITY IT LOVES

Sisters Lauren Melancon and Vanessa Melancon Pierce have worked together their whole lives — a team of go-getters always striving
JUDGE WITH LOCAL ROOTS MAKING A DIFFERENCE

JUDGE WITH LOCAL ROOTS MAKING A DIFFERENCE

When the former Amanda Chauvin was a student at South Terrebonne High School she encountered an unusual opportunity. The late
LOCAL REFLECTS ON CAREER, LAWSUIT VERSUS THE NFL

LOCAL REFLECTS ON CAREER, LAWSUIT VERSUS THE NFL

Many months have passed, but the obvious still remains. The New Orleans Saints were robbed of a chance at going

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