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IBERIABANK: Covering All the Bases

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IBERIABANK is the largest bank-holding company headquartered in Louisiana, and has been serving Louisiana for over 128 years. IBERIABANK Corporation is a financial holding company with 292 combined offices, including 200 bank branch offices and three loan production offices in ...

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Grizz and the Decoy Killer

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Continuing the Dobbertine hunting tradition, Ariel Shawa picked me up way before dawn even thought of cracking. Then we drove for over an hour, past Hackberry and the Sabine National Wildlife Reserve on Hwy. 27, west on Hwy. 82 past ...

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A Spool of Blue Thread

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Cut from the same cloth. That’s what your grandma said about you and your siblings, but it couldn’t have been further from the truth: you were different as sun and rain. You came from the same set of parents, and ...

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We Are SWLA!

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SOWELA Students win Addy Awards    Seven SOWELA students received awards at the 2015 American Advertising Federation’s ADDY Awards in the categories of Packaging, Collateral Material, Digital, Television, and Elements of Advertising. Kandice Baines garnered two gold, two silver and ...

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Spring Cleaning

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We recently moved from our two-story abode of 20-plus years, relocating just a very few miles to a single-level house. We’ve arrived at the point in life where we really didn’t need to climb those stairs every day. One cannot ...

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Pickers Revealed!  

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I have often been asked, “What is a picker?” “What do pickers do?” A lot of people have the wrong opinion about what a TRUE picker does, so I’m going to give you a small glimpse into my world. If ...

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Low Country Shrimp and Grits

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In this issue, the Pirate is traveling back to the Low Country, which is a geographic and cultural region along South Carolina’s coast, including the Sea Islands. Once known for its agricultural wealth due to its mild subtropical climate, the ...

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