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When students first reported to campus Wednesday morning at Ville Platte High School, they had to report to the gym an go through TSA-type security measures. Pictured here on the left is Nick Jagneaux (left) searching a student’s book sack, while teacher Patrick Bergeron (right) searches a student. (Gazette photo by Tony Marks)

Safety measures in place after threats force school closures in Evangeline Parish

Evangeline Parish schoold re-opened on Wednesday following threats made against local schools earlier in the week.

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Evangeline Parish native Greg LaFleur is pictured here on the LSU Football practice field during a campaign stop while running for Mayor-President of East Baton Rouge Parish. LaFleur, after leaving LSU as a player, spent time as a tight end in the National Football League and as the athletic director of Southern University in Baton Rouge. (Photo courtesy of Greg LaFleur)

Fielding the American Dream

The American Dream is still alive and well today and still means what it meant hundreds of years ago as countless Americans are continuing their ascent up the social ladder by gaining successes in

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Constable Tim Causey for Ward 4 in Evangeline Parish is pictured on the right as he received his 20 Year of Service Award last year from Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry (left). (Photo courtesy of Tim Causey)

A peaceful cause

The Founding Fathers of the United States created a government with three separate branches that each have powers distinct from each other to create a system of checks and balances.


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