COVID-19

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Crawfish producer Allen McLain, at right, inspects crawfish caught by Ethan Trahan, at left, in Vermilion Parish last year. (File photo by Bruce Schultz/LSU AgCenter)

Crawfish farmers urged not to drain their ponds yet despite dip in sales

Crawfish producer Allen McLain’s business has dropped dramatically because of the coronavirus’ impact on the restaurant business.

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Last Tuesday was business as usual for Town of Church Point Street Department worker Mark Wheeler as he trimmed grass on along the Main Street sidewalks. Many Church Point residents have made changes to their daily schedules under the state's Stay at Home Order. (Photo by Claudette Olivier/Church Point News)

Holed up at home

Gardening, watching Mass online, making mud pies and continuing with business as usual are just a few of the ways locals are keeping themselves occupied during the state’s Stay at Home Order.

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