The University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s College of Education will offer a master’s degree that will enable students who have earned a bachelor’s degree in disciplines other than education to teach in elementary schools. (UL photo)

A portion of the parking lot at the Amy Shopping Center washed out due to a sewer line collapse on Tuesday. Eunice Mayor Scott Fontenot said the city will repair the sewer line, but is still looking into who is responsible for the pavement. A rear corner of a truck bottomed out in the hole, but there were no injuries. In August, West Maple Avenue between 4th and 5th streets was closed when a sewer line washed out. Fontenot said repairing that line and the road cost $90,450. (Photo by Harlan Kirgan)

Water is pumped onto a rice field that will be used for crawfish. Mark Shirley, an agent with the LSU AgCenter and Louisiana Sea Grant, recommends crawfish producers wait for cooler temperatures before flooding their fields. (Photo by Bruce Schultz/LSU AgCenter)

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