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This profile was last updated on 12/1/07  and contains information from public web pages.

Lafayette Daily Advertiser

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Beat Writer


Employment History

  • Low-Level Writer
    Reagan White House

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One of my old friends from ... [cached]
One of my old friends from the Abilene Reporter-News sent me his first major story as the Louisiana-Lafayette beat writer for Lafayette Daily Advertiser yesterday.
Lafayette, the miss in that game hit the goal post trying to kick out of the mud after a heavy rain that kept the teams off the field until game time and the other in the rain at Florida International that radio announcer George Dunham commented about the bad snap and later Mean Green Sports reported that the kick was partially blocked.
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Author Beverly Barras Vidrine will read and sign copies of her book, "Halloween Alphabet," from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday at Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 5705 Johnson St., in Lafayette.
Vidrine, a resident of Lafayette, is a member of the Writer's Guild of Acadiana and Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.She is also the author of "Easter Day Alphabet," "St.Patrick Day Alphabet," "A Mardi Gras Dictionary" and "A Christmas Dictionary."
Artist Kody Daigle will release and sign copies of his new comic book, "30 Days of Night: Bloodsucker Tales," from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Oct. 30 at Acadiana Book & Comic Shop, 506 Johnston St., in Lafayette.
John Snyder will present long form improv acting classes from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. beginning Nov. 14 at Cité des Arts, 301 Vine Street, in downtown Lafayette.
©The Lafayette Daily Advertiser
Lafayette family makes trip to D.C. [cached]
LAFAYETTE - As Alec Alexander stood in a long line waiting to pass by President Ronald Reagan's casket in the Capitol Rotunda on Thursday, he reminisced by cell phone about the time he worked for the man he loved and admired.
Alexander was only 21 when he went to work at the Reagan White House as a low-level writer in 1985, he said, but the president had a profound influence on his life.So
profound that he brought his wife, Carolyn, and their six children - ages two to 13 - so they could witness the state funeral in Washington.
Alexander, a Shreveport native, has been in Lafayette for the past few years as an assistant U.S. Attorney General.His wife is an emergency room nurse at Lourdes, and they wanted to share this moment in history with their children.
©The Lafayette Daily Advertiser
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