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Opelousas Museum Highlights Black History Month

February 2, 2024
The Opelousas Museum and Interpretive Center is honoring Black History Month with a celebration of…
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Speaker Imagines What MLK Would Say Today About Opelousas

January 15, 2024
BOBBY ARDOIN Editor/Consulting Writer What would Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. write if he addressed…
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 Neighborhood Revitalization Program Receives Preservationist Award

December 4, 2023
Hope For Opelousas executive director Loren Carriere receives the St. Landry Preservationists, Inc. Preservationist of…
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American Revolutionary War Marker Dedication

October 29, 2023
The Preservationists of St. Landry, Inc., hosted the dedication of Marker placed at St. Landry…
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Le Vieux Village Being Readied for Louisiana Orphan Train Reunion Gathering Set for Tomorrow.

October 13, 2023
Volunteers with the Louisiana Orphan Tain Museum, Bernadette Gaudin and Martha Aubert, are sprucing up…
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St. Landry Catholic Church Cemetery Tours

October 12, 2023
Tour Dates: October 14, 15, 21, 22, 2023 It’s time again for the St. Landry…
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Lafayette Genealogical Society to Meet on Thursday, October 19th

October 10, 2023
Lafayette Genealogical Society monthly meeting will be Thursday, October 19, 2023 beginning at 6:00p.m., Lafayette…
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Spirits Speak Again During Cemetery Tours

October 9, 2023
A female medical field pioneer, Confederate soldiers, pioneer educators, Swamp Pop musicians and the legendary…
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The First Woman US Cheerleader’s Opelousas Connection

October 9, 2023
As I like to say, Opelousas is a small town with a big story to…
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The Fountains on the Square — And More

October 4, 2023
Did you know at one time the St. Landry Parish Courthouse Square in the heart…