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Pointe a La Hache, Louisiana is located in Plaquemines Parish. Zip codes in Pointe a La Hache, LA include 70082.

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Jul 25, 2013 | WWL-TV New Orleans

Deputies: Repeat burglar caught in second break-in

POINTE A LA HACHE, La. -- Authorities made an arrest in a Davant house burglary late Tuesday months after the suspect was caught for committing a similar crime in Plaquemines Parish, according to authorities.

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Thu Apr 25, 2013

Banner-Tribune

Irene "Mathilda" Encalade

Irene "Mathilda" Encalade, a native of Davant and resident of Patterson, died April 18, 2013, at the age of 55.

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Tue Mar 12, 2013

NBC Bay Area

"Catch Shares" Squeezes Small Fisherman

Commercial fisherman Villere Demolle paints another fisherman's boat in preparation for possible work on the oil spill July 14, 2010 in East Pointe a La Hache, Louisiana.

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Thu Feb 14, 2013

The Times-Picayune

State seeks volunteers for Plaquemines, St. Bernard crab-trap removal

So-called "ghost" traps continue to kill crabs and fish, and otherwise detract from the natural beauty of the South Louisiana marshes.

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Mon Feb 04, 2013

The Daily Advertiser

Plaquemines gets Isaac FEMA grant to fix road

<![CDATA[POINTE A LA HACHE, La. (AP) -- Plaquemines Parish will receive nearly $1.3 million from the federal government to help fix roads damaged by Hurricane Isaac. The Federal Emergency Management Agency said Monday the $1,280,209 grant, is part of the $195.5 million in total public assistance recovery dollars approved for the state since the Aug. 29 federal disaster declaration for Isaac. So far, Plaquemines Parish has received about $75 million. The Times-Picayune reports between Aug. 26 and Sept. 10, Hurricane Isaac produced high winds, rain and flooding that hit Plaquemines particularly hard. FEMA says the elevated road on the parish's secondary levee required repairs after the water receded. FEMA coordinating officer Gerard M. Stolar, in a statement Monday, said reimbursing the repairs of the levee road puts the parish a step closer to normalcy after Isaac.

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