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  • Oldest World War II veteran turning 110

    Oldest World War II veteran turning 110

    Wednesday, May 4 2016 5:24 AM EDT2016-05-04 09:24:42 GMT
    Wednesday, May 4 2016 5:24 AM EDT2016-05-04 09:24:42 GMT
    Frank Levingston (Source: KPLC)Frank Levingston (Source: KPLC)
    Possibly the oldest living World War II veteran lives in Lake Charles and he's celebrating an impressive milestone this week. Frank Levingston turns 110 Friday, November 13."I feel good," said Levingston who is still thankful for each day.Born in 1905, Levingston grew up in North Louisiana. He was one of seven children. He still remembers the day he was inducted into the Army."I can remember the day I was inducted in the Army until the day I was discharged," sa...More >>
    Possibly the oldest living World War II veteran lives in Lake Charles and he's celebrating an impressive milestone this week. Frank Levingston turns 110 Friday, November 13."I feel good," said Levingston who is still thankful for each day.Born in 1905, Levingston grew up in North Louisiana. He was one of seven children. He still remembers the day he was inducted into the Army."I can remember the day I was inducted in the Army until the day I was discharged," sa...More >>
  • Watch: The 'Cajun John Wayne' is at it again

    Watch: The 'Cajun John Wayne' is at it again

    The “Cajun John Wayne” is at it again.More >>
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  • Power restored to Jeff Davis Parish residents

    Power restored to Jeff Davis Parish residents

    Thursday, March 30 2017 8:08 PM EDT2017-03-31 00:08:45 GMT
    (Source: KPLC)(Source: KPLC)

    Jeff Davis Electric Co-op spokesperson Mike Heinen said several poles are down and broken due to the strong storms that passed overnight. 

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    Jeff Davis Electric Co-op spokesperson Mike Heinen said several poles are down and broken due to the strong storms that passed overnight. 

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  • Widening West Prien Lake Road, one step closer to reality

    Widening West Prien Lake Road, one step closer to reality

    Thursday, March 30 2017 8:03 PM EDT2017-03-31 00:03:46 GMT
    A $17 million co-op agreement between the City of Lake Charles and Calcasieu Parish could be in the works, depending on Thursday night's decision by the Calcasieu parish Police Jury's Public Works committee.  That agreement was already adopted by one of those parties. Earlier this month the city agreed to the shared cost project – which seeks to widen West Prien Lake Road from Cove Lane south to Sale Road.  Since the Cove Lane Interchange opened in June of 2015, city...More >>
    A $17 million co-op agreement between the City of Lake Charles and Calcasieu Parish could be in the works, depending on Thursday night's decision by the Calcasieu parish Police Jury's Public Works committee.  That agreement was already adopted by one of those parties. Earlier this month the city agreed to the shared cost project – which seeks to widen West Prien Lake Road from Cove Lane south to Sale Road.  Since the Cove Lane Interchange opened in June of 2015, city...More >>
  • Ethics charges filed against former LCPD employees Bell, Blaney and Bellow

    Ethics charges filed against former LCPD employees Bell, Blaney and Bellow

    Thursday, March 30 2017 7:51 PM EDT2017-03-30 23:51:40 GMT
    (Source: KPLC)(Source: KPLC)

    The Louisiana ethics board has filed charges against three former employees of the lake Charles police department... the board charges former deputy chief t-j bell with receiving McNeese course credit  for work done by another employee and having that employee on the payroll when she was not doing what she was being paid for.    that employee was clerk Jeanine Blaney, also charged by the board with  receiving regular and overtime pay for hours in which she provid...

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    The Louisiana ethics board has filed charges against three former employees of the lake Charles police department... the board charges former deputy chief t-j bell with receiving McNeese course credit  for work done by another employee and having that employee on the payroll when she was not doing what she was being paid for.    that employee was clerk Jeanine Blaney, also charged by the board with  receiving regular and overtime pay for hours in which she provid...

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