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We Run Lake Charles  

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For centuries, man has engaged in running for sport. Whether representing their country, settling differences, or just for the love of running, we have built a deep emotional relationship with one of our most basic functions. From first-time joggers to ...

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Identify Hurricane Hazards: Know the Terms

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Familiarize yourself with these terms to help identify a hurricane hazard: Tropical Cyclone: A warm-core non-frontal synoptic-scale cyclone, originating over tropical or subtropical waters, with organized deep convection and a closed surface wind circulation about a well-defined center. Once formed, a ...

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Seeing Your Future Clearly with LASIK


Thousands of college graduates know that the month of May signifies the long-standing rituals of reveling in your academic success as well as marketing your new skills for the competitive workforce, but cultivating confidence for the real world encompasses more ...

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The Art of Flying

Fishin' Tales

Every angler has a “Bucket List” trip. It could be bass fishing Lake Guerrero, Mexico; tarpon fishing the Florida Keys, or trolling for sailfish in Mazatlan. My “podna” Frank Conrad’s dream excursion came to him while he was watching Brad ...

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Downtown at Sundown 2015!


    The 17th annual Downtown at Sundown concert series started on May 15, opening with local favorite Wendy Colonna, who is now Austin-based but has never forgotten her roots. (Indeed, she ended her performance with a rendition of Lucinda ...

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We Are SWLA!

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Chester Daigle II Jazz Scholarship Awarded Jazz in the Arts, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing community-based musical entertainment, announced that Kendall Harrison has been selected as the winner of the 2015 Chester Daigle II Jazz Music Scholarship. The annually ...

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