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The Houma Courier
In case you missed it: Last week's top 5 local storiescomplications from a recent surgery. He served as parish president from 1996-2
In case you missed it: Last week's top 5 local stories
The Houma Courier / Posted 22 hours ago
complications from a recent surgery. He served as parish president from 1996-2000. Caillouet was also a parish councilman, Thibodaux city councilman and Lafourche School Board member. 2. Ex-sheriff's detective accused of theft The former... Read more
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The Daily Comet
In case you missed it: Last week's top 5 local storiescomplications from a recent surgery. He served as parish president from 1996-2
In case you missed it: Last week's top 5 local stories
The Daily Comet / Posted 23 hours ago
complications from a recent surgery. He served as parish president from 1996-2000. Caillouet was also a parish councilman, Thibodaux city councilman and Lafourche School Board member. 2. Ex-sheriff's detective accused of theft The former... Read more
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The Advocate
‘We’ll get the last laugh’: A confident LSU quarterback Brandon Harris fueled - still - by the cynicsTHIBODAUX — After LSU’s win over Florida last season, its quarterback, Brandon
‘We’ll get the last laugh’: A confident LSU quarterback Brandon Harris fueled - still - by the cynics
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
THIBODAUX — After LSU’s win over Florida last season, its quarterback, Brandon Harris, criticized the doubters in front of a room full of reporters. The doubters, mostly included ESPN “SportsCenter” anchors and analysts, talking heads who were down... Read more
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The Advocate
| The Advocate — Baton Rouge, LouisianaTHIBODAUX — After LSU’s win over Florida last season, its quarterback, Brandon
| The Advocate — Baton Rouge, Louisiana
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
THIBODAUX — After LSU’s win over Florida last season, its quarterback, Brandon Harris, criticized the doubters in front of a room full of reporters. The doubters, mostly included ESPN “SportsCenter” anchors and analysts, talking heads who were down... Read more
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The Advocate
‘We’ll get the last laugh’: A confident LSU quarterback Brandon Harris fueled - still - by the cynicsTHIBODAUX – After LSU’s win over Florida last season, its quarterback, Brandon
‘We’ll get the last laugh’: A confident LSU quarterback Brandon Harris fueled - still - by the cynics
The Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
THIBODAUX – After LSU’s win over Florida last season, its quarterback, Brandon Harris, criticized the doubters in front of a room full of reporters. The doubters, mostly, included ESPN SportsCenter anchors and analysts, talking heads who were down... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Area delegates look forward to national conventionsso I’m going to go with their choice and my choice, as well.” Williams is one
Area delegates look forward to national conventions
The Houma Courier / Posted 4 days ago
so I’m going to go with their choice and my choice, as well.” Williams is one of five locals that will represent Houma-Thibodaux at Republican and Democratic National Conventions next month in Cleveland and Philadelphia, respectively. The... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Our good Earthand that of other Americans who live in coastal communities calls for urgent ac
Our good Earth
The Daily Comet / Posted 4 days ago
and that of other Americans who live in coastal communities calls for urgent action. Thankfully, federal, state and local governments continue to fund coastal protection and restoration projects and the federal government has now allocated the... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Our good Earthand that of other Americans who live in coastal communities calls for urgent ac
Our good Earth
The Houma Courier / Posted 4 days ago
and that of other Americans who live in coastal communities calls for urgent action. Thankfully, federal, state and local governments continue to fund coastal protection and restoration projects and the federal government has now allocated the... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Area delegates look forward to national conventionsso I’m going to go with their choice and my choice, as well.” Williams is one
Area delegates look forward to national conventions
The Daily Comet / Posted 5 days ago
so I’m going to go with their choice and my choice, as well.” Williams is one of five locals that will represent Houma-Thibodaux at Republican and Democratic National Conventions next month in Cleveland and Philadelphia, respectively. The... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Civil Dockets for Lafourche Parish: Jun. 18, 2016Michael Cedotal; Child Support; $N/A; Entry#129848 on 5/4/2016.

Defendant

Civil Dockets for Lafourche Parish: Jun. 18, 2016
The Daily Comet / Posted 8 days ago
Michael Cedotal; Child Support; $N/A; Entry#129848 on 5/4/2016.

Defendant: Kenneth Travis ET AL; Plaintiff: Thibodaux Regional Medical Center; Suit; $N/A; Entry#129849 on 5/4/2016.

Defendant: Jenny Russell; Plaintiff: Harold... Read more

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The Houma Courier
Civil Dockets for Lafourche Parish: Jun. 18, 2016Michael Cedotal; Child Support; $N/A; Entry#129848 on 5/4/2016.

Defendant

Civil Dockets for Lafourche Parish: Jun. 18, 2016
The Houma Courier / Posted 8 days ago
Michael Cedotal; Child Support; $N/A; Entry#129848 on 5/4/2016.

Defendant: Kenneth Travis ET AL; Plaintiff: Thibodaux Regional Medical Center; Suit; $N/A; Entry#129849 on 5/4/2016.

Defendant: Jenny Russell; Plaintiff: Harold... Read more

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The Houma Courier
Cheer and Jeers: June 18, 2016people have lost their jobs due to the ongoing downturn in the oil and gas indu
Cheer and Jeers: June 18, 2016
The Houma Courier / Posted 8 days ago
people have lost their jobs due to the ongoing downturn in the oil and gas industry. Clearly, this is not the time for the government to hand out raises to its own workers. So it is good to see that the state Civil Service Commission voted 4-1... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Cheer and Jeers: June 18, 2016people have lost their jobs due to the ongoing downturn in the oil and gas indu
Cheer and Jeers: June 18, 2016
The Daily Comet / Posted 8 days ago
people have lost their jobs due to the ongoing downturn in the oil and gas industry. Clearly, this is not the time for the government to hand out raises to its own workers. So it is good to see that the state Civil Service Commission voted 4-1... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Houma-Thibodaux loses another 400 jobs as oil dowturn continuesTHEY CLIMB ... In early 2014, oil was trading at just over $100 a barrel, doub
Houma-Thibodaux loses another 400 jobs as oil dowturn continues
The Houma Courier / Posted 9 days ago
THEY CLIMB ... In early 2014, oil was trading at just over $100 a barrel, double its current price. That February, Houma-Thibodaux posted the lowest jobless rate of any metro area in the nation, 2.8 percent. Employers couldn't find enough... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Houma-Thibodaux loses another 400 jobs as oil dowturn continuesTHEY CLIMB ... In early 2014, oil was trading at just over $100 a barrel, doub
Houma-Thibodaux loses another 400 jobs as oil dowturn continues
The Daily Comet / Posted 9 days ago
THEY CLIMB ... In early 2014, oil was trading at just over $100 a barrel, double its current price. That February, Houma-Thibodaux posted the lowest jobless rate of any metro area in the nation, 2.8 percent. Employers couldn't find enough... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Malala Yousafzai's mentor inspires young female leaders statewidesuccessful. Selected for their leadership abilities and community activities,
Malala Yousafzai's mentor inspires young female leaders statewide
The Houma Courier / Posted 9 days ago
successful. Selected for their leadership abilities and community activities, 57 girls, including about 20 from the Houma-Thibodaux area, attended the Academy for free through a combination of government, corporate and private scholarships. “Now... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Malala Yousafzai's mentor inspires young female leaders statewidesuccessful. Selected for their leadership abilities and community activities,
Malala Yousafzai's mentor inspires young female leaders statewide
The Daily Comet / Posted 9 days ago
successful. Selected for their leadership abilities and community activities, 57 girls, including about 20 from the Houma-Thibodaux area, attended the Academy for free through a combination of government, corporate and private scholarships. “Now... Read more
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The Daily Comet
The Internet is costing sales and taxeslower prices and no sales tax, the public turns to the Internet. While talking
The Internet is costing sales and taxes
The Daily Comet / Posted 10 days ago
lower prices and no sales tax, the public turns to the Internet. While talking to some of the merchants who have closed in Thibodaux, they all pointed to online purchases as the major cause of poor sales. In order for our local governments to make... Read more
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The Houma Courier
The Internet is costing sales and taxeslower prices and no sales tax, the public turns to the Internet. While talking
The Internet is costing sales and taxes
The Houma Courier / Posted 10 days ago
lower prices and no sales tax, the public turns to the Internet. While talking to some of the merchants who have closed in Thibodaux, they all pointed to online purchases as the major cause of poor sales. In order for our local governments to make... Read more
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The Jacksonville Daily News
Landowners get win from Supreme CourtThe U.S. Supreme Court has given landowners a way to fight back if they feel go
Landowners get win from Supreme Court
The Jacksonville Daily News / Posted 13 days ago
The U.S. Supreme Court has given landowners a way to fight back if they feel government bureaucratic decisions are unfair or flawed.That is good news.The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers could determine that certain areas are regulated by the Clean Water... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Nearly four years later, Assumption sinkhole more stableThe sinkhole, located in Bayou Corne about 30 miles northwest of Thibodaux, is
Nearly four years later, Assumption sinkhole more stable
The Daily Comet / Posted 15 days ago
The sinkhole, located in Bayou Corne about 30 miles northwest of Thibodaux, is still growing. Assumption Parish Government officials say it has grown between 1.5 and 2 feet since last year, now up to about 35 acres. Seismic testing has shown... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Nearly four years later, Assumption sinkhole more stableThe sinkhole, located in Bayou Corne about 30 miles northwest of Thibodaux, is
Nearly four years later, Assumption sinkhole more stable
The Houma Courier / Posted 15 days ago
The sinkhole, located in Bayou Corne about 30 miles northwest of Thibodaux, is still growing. Assumption Parish Government officials say it has grown between 1.5 and 2 feet since last year, now up to about 35 acres. Seismic testing has shown... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Levee districts spend millions ahead of hurricane seasoncontractor waiting to jump in,” Curole added. “It’s not right of ways, it’s not
Levee districts spend millions ahead of hurricane season
The Houma Courier / Posted 18 days ago
contractor waiting to jump in,” Curole added. “It’s not right of ways, it’s not the things that normally stop you, it’s the government that’s stopping us now.” Dwayne Bourgeois, executive director for the North Lafourche Levee District, said the... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Le Petit's summer musical opens Fridaythe official season begins, sometimes regenerating, or stalling or turning shar
Le Petit's summer musical opens Friday
The Houma Courier / Posted 20 days ago
the official season begins, sometimes regenerating, or stalling or turning sharply in a new direction. The weather bureau, government forecasters and law enforcement all urge preparedness and provide lists of “to do's.” I recommend that you acquire... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Le Petit's summer musical opens Fridaythe official season begins, sometimes regenerating, or stalling or turning shar
Le Petit's summer musical opens Friday
The Daily Comet / Posted 20 days ago
the official season begins, sometimes regenerating, or stalling or turning sharply in a new direction. The weather bureau, government forecasters and law enforcement all urge preparedness and provide lists of “to do's.” I recommend that you acquire... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Court upholds dismissal of Alidore flooding lawsuitBridgette Jones, Odessa Lawson and Gerald Wyatt filed a lawsuit April 9, 2010,
Court upholds dismissal of Alidore flooding lawsuit
The Daily Comet / Posted 22 days ago
Bridgette Jones, Odessa Lawson and Gerald Wyatt filed a lawsuit April 9, 2010, in state District Court in Thibodaux after two days of torrential rain in December 2009. Jones and Lawson owned homes on Brocato Lane, and Wyatt rented a subsidized... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Court upholds dismissal of Alidore flooding lawsuitBridgette Jones, Odessa Lawson and Gerald Wyatt filed a lawsuit April 9, 2010,
Court upholds dismissal of Alidore flooding lawsuit
The Houma Courier / Posted 22 days ago
Bridgette Jones, Odessa Lawson and Gerald Wyatt filed a lawsuit April 9, 2010, in state District Court in Thibodaux after two days of torrential rain in December 2009. Jones and Lawson owned homes on Brocato Lane, and Wyatt rented a subsidized... Read more
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The Advocate
Big shift: Louisiana voters to decide whether Legislature should control university tuitionstoo high or offer differentiated tuition where different degree programs can co
Big shift: Louisiana voters to decide whether Legislature should control university tuitions
The Advocate / Posted 23 days ago
too high or offer differentiated tuition where different degree programs can cost different amounts at the same school. Thibodaux Rep. Dee Richard, who has no party affiliation, said he previously has opposed efforts to give schools tuition... Read more
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The Advocate
'We’re the ones who have not acted responsibly': Voters to decide whether Legislature should control university tuitionstoo high or offer differentiated tuition where different degree programs can co
'We’re the ones who have not acted responsibly': Voters to decide whether Legislature should control university tuitions
The Advocate / Posted 23 days ago
too high or offer differentiated tuition where different degree programs can cost different amounts at the same school. Thibodaux Rep. Dee Richard, who has no party affiliation, said he previously has opposed efforts to give schools tuition... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Supreme Court: Landowners can challenge corps' property decisionsThe unanimous ruling, in a case involving a Minnesota company, is drawing appla
Supreme Court: Landowners can challenge corps' property decisions
The Houma Courier / Posted 25 days ago
The unanimous ruling, in a case involving a Minnesota company, is drawing applause from Houma-Thibodaux lawmakers and levee district officials. They see the decision as a win for property rights and business groups who find it unfair for government... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Supreme Court: Landowners can challenge corps' property decisionsThe unanimous ruling, in a case involving a Minnesota company, is drawing appla
Supreme Court: Landowners can challenge corps' property decisions
The Daily Comet / Posted 25 days ago
The unanimous ruling, in a case involving a Minnesota company, is drawing applause from Houma-Thibodaux lawmakers and levee district officials. They see the decision as a win for property rights and business groups who find it unfair for government... Read more
12 related stories
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The Houma Courier
Supreme Court: Landowners can challenge corps' property decisionsThe unanimous ruling, in a case involving a Minnesota company, is drawing appla
Supreme Court: Landowners can challenge corps' property decisions
The Houma Courier / Posted 25 days ago
The unanimous ruling, in a case involving a Minnesota company, is drawing applause from Houma-Thibodaux lawmakers and levee district officials, who see the decision as a win for property rights and business groups who find it unfair for government... Read more
12 related stories
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The Houma Courier
On our radar: 5 local stories we're watching this weekThe former narcotics head of the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office is schedule
On our radar: 5 local stories we're watching this week
The Houma Courier / Posted 25 days ago
The former narcotics head of the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office is scheduled to enter a new plea to charges of stealing government money between April 2011 to December 2012. Darryl Stewart is scheduled for a re-arraignment hearing Wednesday in... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Supreme Court: Landowners can challenge corps' property decisionsThe unanimous ruling, in a case involving a Minnesota company, is drawing appla
Supreme Court: Landowners can challenge corps' property decisions
The Daily Comet / Posted 26 days ago
The unanimous ruling, in a case involving a Minnesota company, is drawing applause from Houma-Thibodaux lawmakers and levee district officials, who see the decision as a win for property rights and business groups who find it unfair for government... Read more
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The Advocate
Gov. Edwards, AG Landry in uneasy alliance to find coastal settlement as football field of land disappears every houris doing their bidding. A spokeswoman for Landry said he did not have time for
Gov. Edwards, AG Landry in uneasy alliance to find coastal settlement as football field of land disappears every hour
The Advocate / Posted 26 days ago
is doing their bidding. A spokeswoman for Landry said he did not have time for an interview. Block, a trial lawyer from Thibodaux who is now the governor’s executive counsel, said his office and Landry’s are working together harmoniously, “I... Read more
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The Advocate
State seeking settlement to fund coastal restoration in Louisianais doing their bidding. A spokeswoman for Landry said he did not have time for
State seeking settlement to fund coastal restoration in Louisiana
The Advocate / Posted 26 days ago
is doing their bidding. A spokeswoman for Landry said he did not have time for an interview. Block, a trial lawyer from Thibodaux who is now the governor’s executive counsel, said his office and Landry’s are working together harmoniously. “I... Read more
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The Advocate
Odd couple Gov. John Bel Edwards, Attorney General Jeff Landry team up to achieve critical coastal restorationis doing their bidding. A spokeswoman for Landry said he did not have time for
Odd couple Gov. John Bel Edwards, Attorney General Jeff Landry team up to achieve critical coastal restoration
The Advocate / Posted 26 days ago
is doing their bidding. A spokeswoman for Landry said he did not have time for an interview. Block, a trial lawyer from Thibodaux who is now the governor’s executive counsel, said his office and Landry’s are working together harmoniously, “I... Read more
3 related stories
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The Advocate
State seeking settlement to fund coastal restoration in Louisianais doing their bidding. A spokeswoman for Landry said he did not have time for
State seeking settlement to fund coastal restoration in Louisiana
The Advocate / Posted 26 days ago
is doing their bidding. A spokeswoman for Landry said he did not have time for an interview. Block, a trial lawyer from Thibodaux who is now the governor’s executive counsel, said his office and Landry’s are working together harmoniously, “I... Read more
3 related stories
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The Daily Comet
On our radar: 5 local stories we're watching this weekformer narcotics head of the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office is scheduled to
On our radar: 5 local stories we're watching this week
The Daily Comet / Posted 27 days ago
former narcotics head of the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office is scheduled to enter a new plea to charges of stealing government money between April 2011 to December 2012. Darryl Stewart is scheduled for a re-arraignment hearing Wednesday in... Read more
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The Houma Courier
On our radar: 5 local stories we're watching this weekformer narcotics head of the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office is scheduled to
On our radar: 5 local stories we're watching this week
The Houma Courier / Posted 27 days ago
former narcotics head of the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office is scheduled to enter a new plea to charges of stealing government money between April 2011 to December 2012. Darryl Stewart is scheduled for a re-arraignment hearing Wednesday in... Read more
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