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Port ramps up search for dredging solution

Port Commissioner Joe Cain speaks during Monday’s Morgan City Harbor and Terminal District Commission meeting. The commission approved hiring two consultants to help the port in its efforts to keep the Atchafalaya River Bar Channel adequately dredged to allow for commerce. At right, is Commissioner Gary Duhon. The commission formed a committee consisting of Cain, Duhon and Commissioner Ben Adams to meet with the consultants and report back to the full board. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)

At a time when the region’s economy is struggling, navigation issues on the waterways are only further stifling business.

‘Cajun Army’ attacks despair

Nicholas Loupe crouches in front of a home The Cajun Army gutted. The house was one of over 400 homes the group helped clean after the devastating August floods. (Submitted)

A movement with roots in Morgan City helped clean homes ravaged by the August floods in south Louisiana, comforted many who lost everything and continues to assist in the recovery.

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