When devils walked: Editor writes about Klan killings

Author and newspaper editor Stanley Nelson at a recent book-signing for his new book, “Devils Walking” on the KKK violence in east central Louisiana and southwestern Mississippi during the 1960s.

Weekly newspaper editor and now author Stanley Nelson of the Concordia Sentinel in Ferriday, has dedicated nearly a decade to telling the stories of eight black people murdered by the Ku Klux Klan.

Experts: Seek advice about health coverage

Teche Action Clinic registration clerk, at right, Julia Connor, of Baldwin, asks certified application counselor Tamika Carter, left, questions concerning her children securing marketplace industry healthcare plan options at the Teche Clinic in Morgan City. (The Daily Review/Shea Drake)

Teche Action Clinic’s certification application counselors are available to assist St. Mary Parish residents find health insurance coverage for the start of the new year.


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