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October 09 06:01 AM
If you have ever read one of my columns before, you may have seen that at the end of each week’s column I write that I want to help people struggling with meth. Yet practically all of my columns have focused on crimes and bizarre behaviors committed by people under the influence of meth.
October 02 06:28 AM
The use of methamphetamine often results in the development of paranoia, and this paranoia can sometimes be accompanied by hallucinations, delusions and other symptoms of psychoses. The combination of hallucinations and paranoia can lead to some extremely bizarre and inexplicable behaviors.
October 02 06:28 AM
Former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Don Meredith spent 20 years in the broadcast booth with Howard Cosell on Monday night football. When the game became out of reach in the waning minutes for the team behind, Meredith was famous for singing: “Turn out the lights, the party’s over.
October 02 06:28 AM
A good list of would-be quips to open this piece have bounced around in my head, but only ones including profanity are strong enough. Instead, I will simply and again say that no government body of which I am aware is more likely than our very own Caddo Parish Commission to openly insult us.
September 25 05:56 AM
The first case is from Salt Lake City in Utah, where late Friday, Sept. 18, a Salt Lake County jury found Mr. Komasquin Lopez, 45, guilty of murdering his wife, Shannon Lopez, 32, as he drove his “large” pickup truck down the highway. Mr. Lopez will be sentenced on Nov.
September 25 05:56 AM
By state law and Caddo Parish ordinance, these districts are legally established within parish governing bodies, meaning our Caddo Parish Commission. It appoints the volunteer members of each district’s board, which then does the taxing and spending..
September 25 05:56 AM
The pope is taking the country by storm having made visits to three American cities in the past week. His schedulers made one oversight in planning Pope Francis’ first trip to the U.S. He should have come to Louisiana. More than half the population in South Louisiana is Catholic.
September 18 06:52 AM
Galivants Ferry is a small historical town of 5,048 citizens in South Carolina. Just a few short miles down Highway 501 in Aynor, S.C., is Aynor High School. In 2012, Robert Dean Johnson, 51, of Galivants Ferry, was named the Horry County Teacher of the Year for his work at Aynor High School.

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