Isaac Is Latest Blow to Swampy South Louisiana

New York Times: The end of the earth was farther away than usual. The only lights in the Venice marina were the full moon and the running lights on Acy Cooper’s shrimp boat, the Miss Marla Kay, one of a tiny fleet that had made the eight-hour trip down the Mississippi River on Friday. Mr. Cooper and the other shrimpers had weathered Hurricane Isaac on their boats outside of New Orleans. Their arrival here in Venice, the first time they have returned since the storm, roughly doubled the community’s population. All......

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