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Sidney “Peanut” Michel, owner of D&B Seafood in Morgan City, rinses crawfish to prepare them for boiling Tuesday. Crawfish season is off to a slow start due to the freezing temperatures during the past few weeks, but industry officials expect crawfish to be more plentiful once the weather gets warmer. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)

Crawfish season off to slow start

A south Louisiana winter that has been colder than normal so far has caused a sluggish start to the 2018 crawfish season.

Noah Barnes, 11, hugs his father, Robert Barnes, as he and friend, Matt Nylund, arrive Monday evening on their bicycles at Hampton Inn & Suites in Morgan City. Robert Barnes and Nylund are riding their bicycles across the country to advocate for diabetes research. In 2017, Noah and his father walked across the United States after Noah, who has Type 1 diabetes, came up with the idea. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)

‘Noah’s March’ for a diabetes cure

To say Noah Barnes has above-average perseverance for an 11-year-old is an extreme understatement.

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