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5:46 pm
Tue October 4, 2005

Sweet Home New Orleans

Jan and Dave Spizale with lots of cleaning supplies and headed for New Orleans to their son's apartment.
Photo by Beth Fertig

October 4, 2005 – KRVS General Manager Dave Spizale is a native New Orleanian. Join him and his wife, Jan, for their first trip back to the Crescent City since Hurricane Katrina to clean up their son's empty Uptown apartment. Produced by Beth Fertig and engineer Ivan Klisanin.

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KRVS Local
6:05 pm
Mon October 3, 2005

Lafayette Schools Enroll Rita Evacuees

Robin Badon registers her children in the Lafayette school system after evacuating Johnson's Bayou

Oct. 3rd, 2005 – The Lafayette Parish school system began enrolling evacuees from Hurricane Rita on October 3rd, along with some Katrina evacuees who were forced to evacuate a second time. Parents stood in line to fill out forms at the Vermilion Conference Center on Gauthier Rd.

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KRVS Local
5:51 pm
Fri September 30, 2005

Rita Floods Sugar Cane Fields

An air boat glides through the flooded sugar cane fields.
Photo by Beth Fertig

Sept. 30, 2005 – Louisiana's annual sugar festival was supposed to have taken place in September. But it was postponed, for the first time anyone can remember since World War II, because of Hurricane Rita. And so was the harvest. Farmers throughout coastal Louisiana are still waiting to see how badly their fields were damaged by the latest storm.

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KRVS Local
2:40 pm
Fri September 23, 2005

Army Lt. General Russel Honore speaks in Lafayette

Lafayette City-Parish President Joey Durel with Army Lt. General Russel Honore at a press conference held earlier today at Lafayette City Hall
, Beth Fertig

Lafayette, LA – Army Lt. General Russel Honore speaks in Lafayette with City Parish President Joey Durel about relief efforts involving the National Guard and the military.

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KRVS Local
2:39 pm
Fri September 23, 2005

LAFAYETTE RESIDENTS STOCK UP FOR RITA

Lafayette, LA – Many businesses in Lafayette are closing this afternoon if they haven't already. As KRVS reporter Beth Fertig found earlier today, residents were shopping as long as they could.

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