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10 Years Later: Animal welfare in Louisiana after Katrina

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – Nearly 10 years ago, the world watched as Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans.  This week, the 2015 Animal Care Expo at the Ernest N. 403 more words


The Florida Pan Handle

After our extremely emotive time in Houston with our wonderful friends, and our time in New Orleans learning about the sadness of Katrina and the remnants of the disaster, we had planned some time to relax on the coast of Florida. 305 more words


FEMA, Katrina, and You

1. Katrina happened between Aug. 23 and Sept. 3, 2005. This is the 9th anniversary of a catastrophic emergency caused by a category 5 hurricane that displaced 90 percent of New Orleans residents and killed approximately 1,883 people. 992 more words

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New Orleans - the home of Jazz and Katrina

Everyone had said about New Orleans that there was no way we not going to love our time there, and that it was going to be best part of our trip. 726 more words


What I Need is Sunshine! [Top5]

It’s almost spring.
So we need more and more sunshine.
Because in some of the the countries it was a very cold winter.
So listen and watch this next 5 songs about Sunshine. 31 more words


Decade One, Done.

You– all of us– are marked for life by what happened here, and if you go out into the world and you shrug it off– if you are soooo over the Katrina thing– then you are doing a disservice to yourself and to the community that gave you your spirit and identity.

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10 Years Later: Fighting Blight in New Orleans after Katrina

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – Nearly 10 years after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans is still experiencing growing pains.  Wednesday, a City Council Community Development Committee met to address the ongoing fight against blight.   481 more words