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At a recent meet and greet at LSUE are from left, Mary Werner, LSU Board of Supervisors chair-elect; Nancy Sorenson, LSUE chancellor; and F. King Alexander, LSU president.

New LSUE chancellor plans ‘listening tour’

LSUE’s fifth chancellor Dr. Nancee Sorenson, who, was introduced at a recent meet and greet at the Acadian Center, plans a series of listening sessions on and off campus.

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Line crews were already out Sunday restoring electricity in areas of Acadia Parish. Sheriff K.P. Gibson estimated that between 2,000 and 3,000 parish residents experienced power outages as Hurricane Barry moved through the area.

Hurricane Barry skirts parish, leaves little damage

The state began ramping down its emergency response activities Monday morning as most of Louisiana appears to have dodged a bullet from the storm that was briefly Hurricane Barry.

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