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Atchafalaya Basin

Atchafalaya Basin

Atchafalaya Bridge
Atchafalaya Bridge, wikipedia.com
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DNR Touts 30 New Campsites In Atchafalaya Basin

The regional chapter of the Boy Scouts of America was one of several groups involved in choosing the locations.

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Atchafalaya Basin ( image Army Corps Engineers )
Atchafalaya Basin ( image Army Corps Engineers )
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St. Mary Parish Hunter Dies In Boating Accident (Revised)

One man was pronounced dead at the scene.

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( Photo by Army Corps Engineers )
( Photo by Army Corps Engineers )
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Louisiana Governor Jindal Asks Army Corps To Increase Water Flow Into Atchafalaya

Lower than average water levels are causing adverse effects on the crawfish season.

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I-10 Road Sign
I-10 Road Sign, Facebook
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Acadiana Road Closures To Happen This Week

Work on the Atchfalaya Basin and an event downtown mean possible traffic tie-ups.

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Atchafalaya Basin ( image Army Corps Engineers )
image Army Corps Engineers
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Atchafalaya Basin Fisherman Drowns In Ramah

Police say he fell off his boat without a life vest.

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handcuffs
(photo by flickr user jordandelion)
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St. Martin Parish Camp Burglars Arrested

A pair of camp burglars now behind bars, one of them accused of holding his ex-wife against her will. Deputies in St. Martin Parish say Tracey Burgess and Steven Thibodeaux were responsible for robbing 13 camps in the Atchafalaya Basin.

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Atchafalaya Basin
( Photo by Army Corps Engineers )
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Missing Boater On Atchafalaya Basin Alive And Well

A man who disappeared Sunday while out on his air boat is safe and sound.

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Atchafalaya Basin ( image Army Corps Engineers )
Atchafalaya Basin ( image Army Corps Engineers )
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St. Martin Parish Wants Your Input For The Atchafalya Basin Plan

You have a chance to participate and provide suggestions that will improve and enhance water quality in the Atchafalaya Basin Region.

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Portion Of Atchafalya Basin Reopened

A four mile stretch of the Atchafalaya Basin has been reopened to boat traffic.

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St. Landry Parish
(Map courtesy of U.S. Census)
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Waters In St. Landry Parish Not As High As Expected

Lower revised flood water crests for the Atchafalaya Basin mean St. Landry Parish residents will not have to evacuate.

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Black Bears
(Photo by Michael Smith/Newsmakers)
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Flooding And Wildlife

The rising flood waters along the Mississippi and in the Atchafalaya Basin is pushing wildlife out of their normal habitats to higher ground. 

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Nine Bays Open At Morganza

It began with one, and now a total of nine of 125 bays of the Morganza Spillway are open with the goal of diverting an increasing amount of Mississippi River water from the Baton Rouge and New Orleans areas. 

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