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Chauvin Funeral Home Inc

5899 Highway 311
Houma, LA 70360
(985) 868-2536
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Community Funeral Home of Houma Inc

230 South Hollywood Road
Houma, LA 70360
(985) 868-2410
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Falgout Funeral Homes Inc

211 Westside Boulevard
Houma, LA 70364
(985) 876-5442
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Gertrude Geddes Willis Insurance CO and Funeral Home

921 Church Street
Houma, LA 70360
(985) 872-6934
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Samart Funeral Home Crematorium Inc

635 Bayou Blue Road
Houma, LA 70364
(985) 872-9685
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St Francis de Sales Church Cemeteries

6124 West Main Street
Houma, LA 70360
(985) 873-8273
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Winners announced in Mississippi-Louisiana AP Competition - Idaho Statesman

Monday, April 03, 2017

Black Friday Guide"; Third, Kevinisha Walker and Chris Heller, The Daily Comet, "Relatives of The Massacre Victim Gather in Memory."Video: First, Chris Heller, The Daily Comet, "TARC Bell Choir Plays Houma's Main Library"; Second, Ashlee Hill, The Daily Comet, "Shrimpers See Good Shrimp, Bad Prices in Opening Week of Season"; Third, Ashlee Hill, The Daily Comet, "Main Stage Lounge Orlando Benefit Night."Winners in Division II newspapers:Breaking News: First, The News-Star, "Region deluged"; Second, Guilbeau Glenn, The Daily Advertiser, "LSU Fires Les Miles"; Third, Caleb Bedillion and William Moore, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Shumpert Grand Jury."General News: First, Emily Fontenot, The American Press, "Trump Country"; Second, Jacob Batte and Maki Somosot, The Courier, "Gun Control"; Third, Zack Orsborn, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Mississippi Buffering."Features: First, Megan Wyatt, The Daily Advertiser, "Second Chances"; Second, Kevinisha Walker, The Courier, "A Last Run"; Third, Kristin Askelson, The Daily Advertiser, "It's Hard to Beat Cajuns Baseball Fans."Business: First, Haskel Burns, The Hattiesburg American, "Working to Buck Financial Trends"; Second, Dennis Seid, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Hancock Closing"; Third, Derek Russell, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Pure Imagination."Continuing Coverage: First, Crystal Stevenson, The American Press, "Trial of Ex-Priest"; Second, The Daily Advertiser, "Acadiana Flooding"; Third, Caleb Bedillion and William Moore, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Shumpert Shooting Coverage."Investigative/Public Service: First, Michaela Morris and William Moore, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Opioid Series"; Second, Maki Somosot and Bridget Mire, The Courier, "Stuck in Jail"; Third, Megan Wyatt, The Daily Advertiser, "Red Cross Fails Flooding Victims."Breaking Sports: First, Glenn Guilbeau, The Daily Advertiser, "LSU to Host Gators, then Play Second Straight at Florida"; Second, Jason Munz, The Hattiesburg American, "Monken Moving On"; Third, Sean Isabella, The News-Star, "Tech Names NSU's Brooke Stoehr as New Women's Hoops Coach."Sports Enterprise/Feature: First, Sean Isabella, The News-Star, "The Fobbs Playbook: A Guide to Revival"; Second, The Hattiesburg American, "100 Years of Southern Miss Football"; Third, Kelly McElroy, The Courier, "Local man in running to grace front of national magazine."Editorials: First, Erin Kosnac, The Hattiesburg American; Sec...

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Winners announced in Mississippi-Louisiana AP Competition - Idaho Statesman

Monday, April 03, 2017

Black Friday Guide"; Third, Kevinisha Walker and Chris Heller, The Daily Comet, "Relatives of The Massacre Victim Gather in Memory."Video: First, Chris Heller, The Daily Comet, "TARC Bell Choir Plays Houma's Main Library"; Second, Ashlee Hill, The Daily Comet, "Shrimpers See Good Shrimp, Bad Prices in Opening Week of Season"; Third, Ashlee Hill, The Daily Comet, "Main Stage Lounge Orlando Benefit Night."Winners in Division II newspapers:Breaking News: First, The News-Star, "Region deluged"; Second, Guilbeau Glenn, The Daily Advertiser, "LSU Fires Les Miles"; Third, Caleb Bedillion and William Moore, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Shumpert Grand Jury."General News: First, Emily Fontenot, The American Press, "Trump Country"; Second, Jacob Batte and Maki Somosot, The Courier, "Gun Control"; Third, Zack Orsborn, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Mississippi Buffering."Features: First, Megan Wyatt, The Daily Advertiser, "Second Chances"; Second, Kevinisha Walker, The Courier, "A Last Run"; Third, Kristin Askelson, The Daily Advertiser, "It's Hard to Beat Cajuns Baseball Fans."Business: First, Haskel Burns, The Hattiesburg American, "Working to Buck Financial Trends"; Second, Dennis Seid, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Hancock Closing"; Third, Derek Russell, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Pure Imagination."Continuing Coverage: First, Crystal Stevenson, The American Press, "Trial of Ex-Priest"; Second, The Daily Advertiser, "Acadiana Flooding"; Third, Caleb Bedillion and William Moore, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Shumpert Shooting Coverage."Investigative/Public Service: First, Michaela Morris and William Moore, Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, "Opioid Series"; Second, Maki Somosot and Bridget Mire, The Courier, "Stuck in Jail"; Third, Megan Wyatt, The Daily Advertiser, "Red Cross Fails Flooding Victims."Breaking Sports: First, Glenn Guilbeau, The Daily Advertiser, "LSU to Host Gators, then Play Second Straight at Florida"; Second, Jason Munz, The Hattiesburg American, "Monken Moving On"; Third, Sean Isabella, The News-Star, "Tech Names NSU's Brooke Stoehr as New Women's Hoops Coach."Sports Enterprise/Feature: First, Sean Isabella, The News-Star, "The Fobbs Playbook: A Guide to Revival"; Second, The Hattiesburg American, "100 Years of Southern Miss Football"; Third, Kelly McElroy, The Courier, "Local man in running to grace front of national magazine."Editorials: First, Erin Kosnac, The Hattiesburg American; Sec...