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At A Crossroads, Rocher Charters A New Course

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Myers Korner Market and Lisa’s Market Street Grille offer one of the many scenic views in downtown Prairie du Rocher.  			   - photo by Larry Braun
Myers Korner Market and Lisa’s Market Street Grille offer one of the many scenic views in downtown Prairie du Rocher. - photo by Larry Braun

Prairie du Rocher is not going down without a fight. The pending loss of accreditation for the levees protecting the village from the Mississippi River looms like a dark cloud over the nearly 300-year-old village. FEMA and Corps of Engineers have informed the village that unless the levees are improved to meet the government’s increasingly …

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