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Heart Walk, Nov. 10
Heart Walk, Nov. 10
November is one fine month to be outdoors in Southwest Louisiana, and you'll have the chance to enjoy it while also raising money to help fight heart disease during the American Heart Association's Heart Walk.  On November 10, the Heart Walk will take over McNeese State University's Quad, and you can help be a part of it.
Marshland Festival Official Lineup — This Weekend Friday July 27th and Saturday 28th
Marshland Festival Official Lineup — This Weekend Friday July 27th and Saturday 28th
The highly anticipated 2012 Marshland Festival is coming this weekend inside the Lake Charles Civic Center Coliseum.  This years festival is full of great food, fun and a terrific lineup of  entertainment! The Marshland Festival is always a fun time complete with your favorite Cajun food and dancing.  Ready to see who is playing?
Children’s Miracle Network Radiothon Continues Today — And Meet 7-Year-Old Devon
Children’s Miracle Network Radiothon Continues Today — And Meet 7-Year-Old Devon
Gator 99.5 Our Children's Miracle Network radiothon continues today, and for just 50 cents a day, you can help save lives right here in the Lake Area.  We all learned that yesterday when 7-year-old Devon dropped by the studio.  Devon has sickle-cell anemia, and your donation can help guarantee he'll continue to get the treatments he needs.
Internet Raises Big Bucks for Viciously Bullied Bus Monitor Karen Klein
Internet Raises Big Bucks for Viciously Bullied Bus Monitor Karen Klein
It’s a video that’s as shocking as it is heartbreaking. In a clip widely circulating on the Web, middle school students in Rochester, NY’s Greece Central School District viciously taunt 68-year-old bus monitor Karen Klein with graphic slurs for ten minutes, eventually driving the grandmother of eight to tears. The video is very NSFW for bad language and an utter lack of humanity. But, if you read
Ethel Precht Breast Cancer Walk To Hold Early Registration This Saturday
Ethel Precht Breast Cancer Walk To Hold Early Registration This Saturday
We feel pretty confident that everyone reading this has a connection to someone with breast cancer. Unfortunately, that’s the common nature of breast cancer in the modern world. While things are better than they used to be – the overall survival rate of breast cancer is now 85 percent – it’s still too low a number by far. Only a 100-percent survival rate would be acceptable! That’s why the Ethe