As Congress works to help airports, transit systems, and other transportation services impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, the Port of South Louisiana (PSL) and the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) believe it’s crucial that seaports also get the resources necessary to deal with the unprecedented financial, personnel, infrastructure, and supply challenges imposed by this crisis. […]
Previously, colorectal cancer was a cause for concern among middle-age and older men and women. Traditionally, the standard guidelines recommend men and women to get their first screening at age 50 and then once every 10 years. Certain people have been recommended to start screening earlier, including African American men and women at 45 years old and people with a family history of colon cancer at 40 years of age. […]
We can all learn an important lesson from the transfiguration story in the Gospels. Two heavenly figures, Moses and Elijah, appeared to Peter, James and John with the transfigured Jesus on Mount Tabor. […]
The call from the east coast arrived at 6 a.m.
An old boss of mine had passed away due to an aneurysm. Oddly, just three minutes before his passing, his wife was pronounced dead from a heart attack at his bedside.
You don’t put on a tuxedo to go to McDonalds and you don’t get on an airplane to visit your neighbor across the street. It would be silly to take such grand steps to accomplish something quite simple. […]
I’ve long since forgiven Mrs. O’Brien.
As the sixth grade orchestra teacher, it was her job to recruit a full complement of string instrument players for the Cedar Manor Elementary School Orchestra. […]
We live in a messy world today. When we look around at what is happening in our country, we can become very discouraged. We see mass shooting happening repeatedly. Most Americans want something done to prevent these killings from happening. Our politicians do nothing. […]