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This week, Lafourche Parish kids started our "new normal," beginning the 2020-2021 school year with two weeks of virtual learning. The parish will do 2 weeks of virtual learning, then two weeks of "A/B" learning before hopefully getting back to normal.

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This week, Lafourche Parish kids started our "new normal," beginning the 2020-2021 school year with two weeks of virtual learning. The parish will do 2 weeks of virtual learning, then two weeks of "A/B" learning before hopefully getting back to normal.

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Beginning today, Lafourche is doing 2 weeks of virtual learning, and we want to know how it's going. On a scale of 1 to 5 with 1 being the worst and 5 being the best, how is it going so far?

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Like it or not, we're under a mask mandate in the state of Louisiana. This week, we asked our readers to send us photos of them in their masks. And as always, our locals are making the most of a unique time by having fun with the face cloths. 

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Like it or not, we're under a mask mandate in the state of Louisiana. This week, we asked our readers to send us photos of them in their masks. And as always, our locals are making the most of a unique time by having fun with the face cloths. 

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Blessings have been floating down the bayou on a pirogue of peace. They have trickled in like a Louisiana rain and shone on women’s doorsteps. The blessings are packaged with hope, love, encouragement, and sisterhood. Gifts of grace have been the light amongst dark times. Presents of poised …

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Downtown Thibodaux has been built and beveled with handsome history. Masons have laid and bound past endeavors along with future fancies. The windows to present and forthcoming businesses reflect ageless antiquity along with modern movement. Rejuvenation and renewal partners with past progress.

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After a stressful week on the job, Lafourche Parish Sheriff's Office Lieutenant Trent Duplantis decided to stop and quench his thirst on Saturday morning - all while supporting a local business and making an impression on the next generation.