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Multiply Acadiana

Summer Church Planting Network Meeting last week in Lafayette. This part of Louisiana has been called Acadiana due to the influence of French Cajun culture. In 1965, … 299 more words

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How Sweat Works

After two full days of nonstop driving through the desolate Texas panhandle and the even more desolate deserts and plains of New Mexico and Arizona, my friend and I entered the Grand Canyon’s south rim visitor center and walked right up to the counter looking for trail maps. 1,375 more words


Healing Waters & Howling Wonders

I had lived in Austin, Texas for nearly a year the first time I visited Barton Springs Pool. A friend of mine insisted that it was magical. 1,077 more words


The Cajun Foodie: Unique Eats in Acadiana

The rise of “foodie” culture has swept the nation, and Cajun country in Louisiana is no exception. You may be familiar with Cajun food – jambalaya, gumbo, boudin, cracklins, etc. 355 more words


Byrd rallies to beat Acadiana in semis

SULPHUR — Byrd’s offense carried it to Sulphur, scoring early and often to support its pitchers.

So the Yellow Jacket hitters simply couldn’t let senior lefthander Jonathan Fincher down when he threw a gem in Friday’s 5A state semifinals in Sulphur. 639 more words


Profile Response: Katie Hucker & Jonathon Langlinais, Lafayette, LA

“This is my life. I have an obligation to actualize my own happiness. That justifies the bike shop, tool store, animal rescue we are running here.” Jonathon Langlinais’ tract house; the last one on a modest street next to a drainage channel, two miles from downtown Lafayette and a few blocks south of I-10; has an unassuming exterior. 565 more words


What local mosquito control officials know about Zika Virus

The Zika Virus is directly linked to the birth defect, Microcephaly.

The mosquito that can transmit the Zika Virus has been found in 30 states, including Louisiana. 280 more words