Your article in The Eunice News, “Memories of Bobcat Field big wins,” brings back memories of myself attending most of these games that were played and from one of my storerooms I came out with three large tote boxes of memories collected through the years.
One morning, I decided to bring all the tote boxes to the Eunice Museum, which was well received. It included some of the same games that are included in the newspaper article. The staff at the Eunice Museum put the items in a green three-ring binder (Bobcats) and a blue binder for the Blue Jays.
To the Congressmen and Senators of Louisiana,
I write to you today to bring awareness to an issue that I feel has been largely overlooked. While the COVID-19 pandemic has brought many different challenges to our health and economy, it has been devastating to the crawfish industry here in Louisiana. I have watched as thc federal government has provided various types of assistance and stimulus money, but the traditional crawfish farmer has been largely left out.
Strengthening access to broadband services in rural America is a priority for the wellbeing of our nation – it will ensure that everyone has the ability to engage with the world in a meaningful way. Despite the extensive progress that we have made over the past two decades to expand internet coverage, roughly 18 million Americans still do not have access to broadband at home. For too long our networks have left some of our fellow citizens out, and its time that we get to work to fix this gap.
Here’s one good thing about the COVID-19 pandemic: Bike sales are booming. I hope that means kids will begin riding in big numbers again.
There was a big bike-sales boom in the early 1970s, too — the result of millions of baby boom kids, like me, riding our bikes from dawn until dusk.
From its inception in the 1800s, the bicycle had been produced mostly for adults. In the 1900s, bikes offered urban working-class folks an inexpensive way to get to and from work. Sales were brisk into the early 1900s.
I hope those who are compassionate about the tragic killing of a black person by an idiot, cop (who, by the way, should have been dismissed long ago) are as passionate with what is happening to law enforcement people around the country by the peaceful demonstrators.
In the last 96 hours...
A Las Vegas Metropolitan Police officer was shot in the back of the head while struggling with a rioter
An active shooter opened fire on law enforcement at a Las Vegas courthouse.
4 St. Louis Police officers were shot by an active shooter.