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Wildlife And Fisheries Stg. Steven Rhodes Saves Baton Rouge Girl

Unfortunately, many people take those who have dedicated their lives to public service for granted. However, without that dedication to the community, fast-thinking, and hard work of Stg. Rhodes, a 7-year-old little girl from Baton Rouge, would have lost her life. It began when the boat she was in with ...
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Raymond Reggie Gives Louisiana Student Scholarship

Zoe Bacon was recently announced as the winner of the Raymond Reggie Scholarship. She hails from DeRidder, Louisiana and hopes to become a creative director in the business supplies and equipment industry. She will be graduating from Kinder High School in May 2022. The 2022 Winner of the Raymond Reggie ...
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The Power of the dollar

  On Nov 18th, the future Hall of Famer, former New Orleans Saint Quarterback, Drew Brees released a statement with a video in full support of the proposed casino in Slidell.  https://www.audacy.com/wwl/news/local/drew-brees-joins-push-for-st-tammany-casino   Drew said:                 ““Drew Brees here. I hope everyone is doing great! I would not be who I am ...
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One Year Later... By Reggie

One Year Later…

As we pass the one-year mark for the start of the COVID 19 pandemic, we need to reflect, move forward, and turn up our positivity meter.   We need to focus and chart our course on a positive path that focuses on the bright days ahead. Here are some tips ...
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Ray Reggie Trump Covid

Over 130 Secret Service Agents May be In Quarantine for COVID-19

According to a close source to the Secret Service, over 130 agents have tested posted for the coronavirus or we’re in close contact with someone who had the disease. The spread of the virus is being linked with campaign rallies for President Trump in previous weeks. This situation follows a ...
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Voting by Phone?

We're able to view our bank accounts securely, file our taxes securely, and do pretty much anything and everything securely and we don't think twice about it. So why can't we, as a nation come, up with a new way for American's to vote from their smartphones or computers? While I ...
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Ray Reggie wants prayers for Kohltan Ward

Prayers for Kohltan — Raymond Reggie

“So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” Isaiah 41:10 As a parent, it truly is my worst nightmare to see one of them ...
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Millenials Watching TV

Millennials Are Shying Away from Traditional Cable and News

Each generation certainly has its own trends that change along with available technology and popular culture. As available technology increases, the way we receive our information changes, such as the widespread availability of smart phones, the compact size of laptops, social media, streaming services and more. Even cable subscriptions are ...
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American flag in superdome

The American Flag: A Symbol for America’s History.

Schools, government buildings, post offices, stadiums, and even the moon all have one thing in common: The utilization of a constantly flying American Flag. My country’s flag means so much to so many people. It flies high in an unwavering testament to freedom, perseverance, and to unity. The history and ...
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Tourism and Football: How the Saints lost the most to Coronavirus

Relationships form quickly between NFL teams and their communities: sponsorships, partnerships, and other aspects that tie in these mammoth franchises to the success of their cities. The opposite also applies, and in the case of the New Orleans Saints specifically, they are due to lose hundreds of millions of dollars ...
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