Could a hug from a doll made to resemble Jesus Christ fill more than empty arms?
What else is going on in town? What else could/should be out there?
The light is on. Fresh, hot wheat bread is waiting in Jeanerette.
Anything can happen in a small town. Just because you live in a small place, it doesn't mean that you can't achieve something great. Not many succeed, but in a small town where dreams are big, author Lynn Shurr has achieved her goals.
Spend just five minutes with Phaedra and Jeremy Stockstill and you will leave with a new positive outlook on life and your community. This vibrant, inspiring and optimistic couple have chosen to open a new business in the small town of Jeanerette.
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I believe in New Iberia. I truly believe that great things will happen here again, and I am excited to be a part of it. And I’m going to (humbly) suggest some things that would make it better.
This is the third year historic downtown New Iberia will be lit up for the Magic on Main Holiday Tour of Homes, and each year it gets bigger, brighter and more spectacular.
They'll see the flash and know here comes Thunder!
Victory in Europe—VE Day—was celebrated on May 8, 1945, when the German Wehrmacht (Armed Forces) lay down their arms and surrendered to the Allies. Germany was then divided into four Zones of Occupation: United States, Britain, France and the Soviet Union.