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Rayne Planning, Zoning Commission approves variance, votes on chair

RAYNE - A brief meeting was held Monday, Jan. 7, by the Rayne Planning Commission at City Hall.
In attendance for the meeting were Planning Commission members Wayne Wyatt, Ron Sonnier, Jerry Bergeron and Chairman Lee Seilhan.
Planning Commission member Sanders Senegal was not in attendance.
The main subject on the agenda for the meeting was the Commission to consider a requested for a variance from Ali LeLeux for the placement of a beauty salon and boutique at 309 East Louisiana Ave., which is presently zoned at R-1.

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Abbeville's Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration begins with events on Wednesday

Schedule of Events for the Martin Luther King, Jr Celebration is as follows:
The Annual Faith Hope Christian Fellowship will be held at 405 Duroq St. in Abbeville on Wednesday, January 16 through Friday, Jan. 18, 2019 at 7 p.m. with Bishop B. K. Stevens, Pastor.
The Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. breakfast will take place on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2019 at 9 a.m. at Greater Pleasant Green Baptist Church with Rev M.L. Derouen, Pastor and guest speaker, Pastor Lane Payne of New Life Church in Abbeville.

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Miss Alaina Hulin becomes Mrs. Nicholas Gossen

Miss Alaina Hulin and Mr. Nicholas Gossen were united in holy matrimony during a ceremony at St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church in Abbeville, LA on January 12, 2019.
Deacon Coby Thomas, first cousin of the bride, officiated the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Hulin of Abbeville. Grandparents are Susan Dubois, Leanne Landry and the late Howard Landry, Sr., the late Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Hulin Sr. and the late Glenn Gastal.

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Sen. Bill Cassidy in Opelousas in 2015. (File photo)

Senator supports president’s shutdown strategy

With the partial shutdown of the federal government now entering its third week, U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy said in an interview that he’s following the lead of President Donald Trump.
“The issue is do we secure our southern border or not,” Cassidy told LaPolitics. “The president, and I agree with him, feels as if that is what is necessary to keep Americans safer and more secure.”
Louisiana’s senior senator said any resolution to end the shutdown would have to emerge from the lower chamber of Congress, which Democrats seized control of this term.


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