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Top 10 Stories 2018, Lifestyle

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Flamingo Flocking for June

Pictured sitting in the grass is June Baker, a 4-year-old girl from Walker who was diagnosed with leukemia in February. The story of June Baker, published Aug. 14, was the top story for The News' Lifestyle section in 2018. 

Here are the Top 10 stories from 2018 for The News' Lifestyle section.

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Flamingo flocking for June: Walker community rallies behind 4-year-old girl’s fight against leukemia

‘An incredible story’ | The tale of a Russian courthouse, many sacrifices and a 13-year Live Oakian

 ‘We have a little treasure here’ | Hungarian community celebrates annual Harvest Dance, one-year anniversary of museum opening

‘I’ve sold thousands’ | Springfield man’s king cakes enjoyed far beyond bakery

Memories of animal rescue efforts following Great Flood of 2016 haven’t faded for those involved

‘Welcome home’ | Renovated home for Denham Springs family nears completion two years after flood

An Eastside Story | Eastside Elementary assistant principal credits school, community for LifeChanger of the Year nomination

‘More of a social club’ | Friendships form, painting talents polished in local artist’s weekly class

“It’s your boys J. Wax and Boom Boom Johnny” | Pair of Livingston Parish assistant principals make funny videos to pass time during fireworks season

‘Anything is possible’ | After years of being homeless, U.S. Army veteran, QuadVets resident obtains master’s degree

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