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Roy Exum: Orange Grove's Gonzales Takes Gold In World Special Olympics

Sunday, 02 August 2015 10:26 Written by
Debra Gonzales, a resident at Orange Grove Center, is a world champion. The cute 21-year-old, who moved to Chattanooga two years ago, took first place in the shot put at the 2015 Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles after entering the event on a whim. Debra’s winning throw of 4.49 meters bested a 4.30 heave by Darinka Pasapera of Peru while Grace Dindillo of Papua, New Guinea, was third. Female athletes from Mongolia, The
Engagement: Teresita Walters & Nicholas Lawson
Sunday, 02 August 2015 08:27 Written by
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Snap pics of Coca-Cola mural in Lafayette on Monday
Sunday, 02 August 2015 06:08 Written by
Lafayette is holding " Coca-Cola Mural Picture Day" from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Monday at 201 N. Public Road. Material obstructing the view of the mural will be removed, allowing the public to snap pics of the painting that was uncovered during demolition on the former La Familia building. The mural will be framed and moved to the fire house, where it will be out of the weather while city officials and the building's
Amy Schumer responds to open letter from Sarah Clements
Sunday, 02 August 2015 05:09 Written by
Amy Schumer has recently responded to an open letter from Sarah Clements about the fatal shooting, which occurred during the screening of 'Trainwreck' in Lafayette Louisiana. According to Hollywood reporter, Sarah Clements, the daughter of a Sandy Hook survivor, posted an open letter to the comedian. In the letter, Clements calls on the actress to "be a voice for our generation and for women" against gun violence. "Her name was Mayci, not Marci and I
Amy Schumer Reacts to Open Letter From Sandy Hook Survivor'' s Child About '' Trainwreck ' Shooting
Sunday, 02 August 2015 00:57 Written by
A week following the deadly Trainwreck theater shooting in Lafayette, Louisiana, Amy Schumer is responding to an open letter from a Sandy Hook survivor’s child who is calling the starlet to “be a voice for our generation and for females” against gun violence. On Saturday morning, Schumer tweeted in response to Sarah Clements‘– who describes herself as “Child of Sandy Hook survivor, student protestor for safer communities, weapon violence prevention advocate”– Medium.com post,”Her name was
Valley Voice: Mass shootings show failings of laws
Saturday, 01 August 2015 23:29 Written by
Dori J. Smith(Photo: Courtesy) CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE On Thursday night, July 23, I was on a conference call with other California women who are volunteering their time with Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America. I noticed on my browser that CNN was reporting a shooting in Lafayette, Louisiana. My stomach dropped. Our daughter-in-law’s parents live in Lafayette, and I was very scared that they could
Shooting aftermath: Victims are unwitting martyrs to pro-gun ‘cause’
Saturday, 01 August 2015 23:08 Written by
Jillian Johnson, 33, was not a native of Lafayette, La., “but was as big a champion of the region as anyone,” reported The New York Times. She was co-owner of a printing business that specialized in shirts that trumpeted boudin sausage, plate lunches and other old Acadiana cultural touchstones. She also owned a boutique business with her husband and was a songwriter, singer, ukulele player and member of several bands. She brought together her design…
Lafayette residents unite to take a stand against gun violence
Saturday, 01 August 2015 22:56 Written by
LAFAYETTE - A vigil and a peaceful march was held on Saturday to address the recent acts of violence across Lafayette. Community members and leaders spent the day taking a stand against the violence. There have been multiple shootings in the last week, with three of them fatal. Leaving many begging for a change. The day began with the Unity for the Community march near Martin Luther King Center on Cora Street. Marchers walked
Community works to get Lafayette's Freetown-Port Rico neighborhood on National Register of Historic Places
Saturday, 01 August 2015 21:56 Written by
Residents of a Lafayette neighborhood once known as a safe haven for freed slaves and free men of color during the mid-1800s are working to add the area to the National Register of Historic Places. Louisiana's historic places The state's Division of Historic Preservation has an online search engine at www.crt.state.la.us/dataprojects that lists properties, searchable by parish, on the National Register of Historic Places. Also, the National Register's web site at www.nps.gov/nr/ is
A night of fun has turned fitful
Saturday, 01 August 2015 21:00 Written by
Trevor Hughes, USA TODAY reporter [Via MerlinFTP Drop](Photo: Trevor Hughes) CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE DENVER – As a college student in Boston, movie nights were often rowdy affairs as we raced from classes to snag the best seats in a darkened theater to catch the latest sci-fi flick or cheer the re-released original “Star Wars” films. We reveled in the group experience, good-naturedly bickered over the theater sound

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