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2014/10/28 16:49
2014/10/28 16:49
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If nothing else, you know you're going to wait when visiting the Bank of BP. That's why there are hard plastic chairs lined up on the grassy area out front. This morning, they're wet with the morning...
2014/10/28 16:49
2014/10/28 16:49
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2014/10/26 22:40
2014/10/26 22:40
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LAFAYETTE — South Louisiana would draw more tourists if the region invested more in French-speaking education, built Interstate 49 south to New Orleans and expanded air travel out of Lafayette,...
2014/10/26 02:40
2014/10/26 02:40
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Four days into early voting and John Couvillon, the Baton Rouge pollster, tracks turnout as similar to 2008, with 127,737 voters casting early ballots between Tuesday and Friday. During the first four...
2014/10/25 23:39
2014/10/25 23:39
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... been coming to the Louisiana Book Festival for almost as long as I’ve had a writing life,” the bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize winner says. “It’s like old home week for me. And it’s in one...
2014/10/25 21:39
2014/10/25 21:39
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A 21st-century technology is helping tourists experience a 19th-century tale. Visitors following the Solomon Northup Trail — 20 locations featured in the 1853 memoir “Twelve Years a Slave” — can...
2014/10/21 23:17
2014/10/21 23:17
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The Houma-Terrebonne Community Band holds “A Night of Goblins and Goodies,” with music, food and costumes, also Nov. 1, 6-10 p.m., Houma Municipal Auditorium. Tickets $10 at Fabregas, Uni-Kut or...
2014/10/21 11:40
2014/10/21 11:40
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As we enter the final, feverish days of the midterm campaign, here’s something worth remembering: The Affordable Care Act is not going away, no matter who wins Louisiana’s contested Senate race and no...
2014/10/19 02:39
2014/10/19 02:39
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Gov. Bobby Jindal’s incursion in the world of Ebola politics brought him some ink in the latest edition of The New Yorker magazine. The article, by Michael Specter, is titled “The Fear Equation” and...
2014/10/14 03:39
2014/10/14 03:39
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A privately owned work-release program in Covington run by close allies of St. Tammany Parish Sheriff Jack Strain has been closed since March, when an inmate escaped and allegedly kidnapped his...
2014/10/13 17:00
2014/10/13 17:00
18d
Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne and U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu unveiled the Poverty Point World Heritage Site marker celebrating its June 22 inscription to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and...
2014/10/07 22:39
2014/10/07 22:39
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If it’s possible to shake up a race a year ahead of time, Public Service Commissioner Scott Angelle did that last week when he announced he’ll run for governor in 2015. Other than a possible entry by...
2014/10/07 07:35
2014/10/07 07:35
25d
... Feeling that lawmakers were ignoring them, marijuana advocates held a rally at the State Capitol last month to gain traction for their issue. Only they did so the weekend after the...
2014/10/06 23:39
2014/10/06 23:39
25d
State Rep. Brett Geymann, R-Lake Charles, said 800 people turned out for a gathering on Common Core on Sept. 29 in Moss Bluff. “Just real people with real concerns,” Geymann said in a text message...
2014/10/04 22:41
2014/10/04 22:41
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Admittedly not as romantic but just as sure a sign are harried state employees putting the finishing touches on their agency’s proposal for how to spend taxpayers’ dollars during the upcoming fiscal...
2014/10/03 11:40
2014/10/03 11:40
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Advocate Photo by MARK BALLARD -- Takashi Oshima, a correspondent for The Asahi Shimbun, is one of several Japanese reporters covering Louisiana's U.S. Senate and House races. He is photographing...
2014/10/03 11:39
2014/10/03 11:39
29d
Dan Claitor entered public life as a giant slayer, figuratively speaking. The Goliath in question was Gov. Bobby Jindal. Not 2014 Bobby Jindal, the man whose naked quest for national prominence has...
2014/10/03 09:25
2014/10/03 09:25
29d
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - For the first time in more than 100 years, one of French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte's four death masks left its home in New Orleans and traveled to Baton Rouge. The mask was...
2014/10/02 21:39
2014/10/02 21:39
29d
State Agriculture Commissioner Mike Strain announced on Facebook late Sunday night that he would not run for governor in 2015. Strain, a Republican, had said he was considering a run for governor in...
2014/10/02 17:49
2014/10/02 17:49
29d
In an amusing collaboration, Hershey helped Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne create a replica of Poverty Point — the 1,001st addition to the UNESCO World Heritage List located just outside of Epps, Louisiana —...
2014/10/28 16:49
2014/10/28 16:49
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