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WAFB Baton Rouge
Higher ed official, students, parents react to TOPS bill expected to become lawon TOPS to like pay for my education because I have low income, so TOPS and my
Higher ed official, students, parents react to TOPS bill expected to become law
WAFB Baton Rouge / Posted 19 hours ago
on TOPS to like pay for my education because I have low income, so TOPS and my financial aid pay for my education,” said University of New Orleans student Victoria Fuentes. But the number of Louisiana students eligible for the scholarships... Read more
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The Advocate
Termites start swarming in New Orleans area; Baton Rouge could be plagued soonthe Pacific Ocean during and after World War II. Military ships transported th
Termites start swarming in New Orleans area; Baton Rouge could be plagued soon
The Advocate / Posted 22 hours ago
the Pacific Ocean during and after World War II. Military ships transported them locally to Camp Leroy Johnson — now the University of New Orleans’ East Campus — and the Algiers Naval Support Activity, from where they spread rapidly. Formosans... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Higher ed official, students, parents react to TOPS bill expected to become lawon TOPS to like pay for my education because I have low income, so TOPS and my
Higher ed official, students, parents react to TOPS bill expected to become law
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted yesterday
on TOPS to like pay for my education because I have low income, so TOPS and my financial aid pay for my education,” said University of New Orleans student Victoria Fuentes. But the number of Louisiana students eligible for the scholarships... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
Higher ed official, students, parents react to TOPS bill expected to become lawon TOPS to like pay for my education because I have low income, so TOPS and my
Higher ed official, students, parents react to TOPS bill expected to become law
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted yesterday
on TOPS to like pay for my education because I have low income, so TOPS and my financial aid pay for my education,” said University of New Orleans student Victoria Fuentes. But the number of Louisiana students eligible for the scholarships... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Higher ed official, students, parents react to TOPS bill expected to become lawon TOPS to like pay for my education because I have low income, so TOPS and my
Higher ed official, students, parents react to TOPS bill expected to become law
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted yesterday
on TOPS to like pay for my education because I have low income, so TOPS and my financial aid pay for my education,” said University of New Orleans student Victoria Fuentes. But the number of Louisiana students eligible for the scholarships... Read more
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The Advocate
New Orleans tourists spent record $7 billion in 2015; city saw more visitors overallhotels spent a per-trip average of $1,011 apiece, staying for an average of 4.2
New Orleans tourists spent record $7 billion in 2015; city saw more visitors overall
The Advocate / Posted yesterday
hotels spent a per-trip average of $1,011 apiece, staying for an average of 4.2 nights, according to a recent study by the University of New Orleans’ Hospitality Research Center. UNO’s annual New Orleans Area Visitor Profile assesses the tourism... Read more
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examiner.com
The Big Easy sets new record for big tourism spendingrecord, set a year earlier. A tourism survey co-sponsored by the NOCVB and the
The Big Easy sets new record for big tourism spending
examiner.com / Posted yesterday
record, set a year earlier. A tourism survey co-sponsored by the NOCVB and the New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corp. by the University of New Orleans' Hospitality Research Center, revealed that average visitor spending by overnight guests was $1,011... Read more
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The Advocate
In wake of horrifying headlines, Marlin Gusman remains defiantA recent University of New Orleans poll found that 40 percent of the people sur
In wake of horrifying headlines, Marlin Gusman remains defiant
The Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
A recent University of New Orleans poll found that 40 percent of the people surveyed actually approve of beleaguered Orleans Parish Sheriff Marlin Gusman’s job performance. I’m not sure who those people are — they can’t all work for him — but I have... Read more
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The Advocate
Economic outlook and real estate forecast seminar set FridayThe University of New Orleans and Latter & Blum are slated to present their ann
Economic outlook and real estate forecast seminar set Friday
The Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
The University of New Orleans and Latter & Blum are slated to present their annual economic outlook and real estate forecast seminar Friday at the school’s Lakefront campus. Registration starts at 8 a.m., followed by opening remarks from UNO... Read more
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The Advocate
Louisiana budget still unbalanced, but universities poised to stay openwould hurt low-income students. Cami Geisman, a spokeswoman for the University
Louisiana budget still unbalanced, but universities poised to stay open
The Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
would hurt low-income students. Cami Geisman, a spokeswoman for the University of Louisiana system, which includes the University of New Orleans, Louisiana Tech University and Grambling State University, said, “It would be very tough on our... Read more
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Louisiana Weekly
Movement to posthumously award Homer Plessy Presidental Medal of Freedom gains momentumin the works. Plessy has written a letter to President Barack Obama with help f
Movement to posthumously award Homer Plessy Presidental Medal of Freedom gains momentum
Louisiana Weekly / Posted 2 days ago
in the works. Plessy has written a letter to President Barack Obama with help from professors and a historian from the University of New Orleans and Tulane University. He also had help from Louisiana 2nd District State Representative, Cedric... Read more
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The Advocate
Take a peek inside reopening of 1850 House Museum in French Quarterinformational panels in the hallways leading into the historic rooms, completed
Take a peek inside reopening of 1850 House Museum in French Quarter
The Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
informational panels in the hallways leading into the historic rooms, completed with the help of graduate students in the University of New Orleans’ Public History Program. Subjects of the panels include urban slaves and the former residents of... Read more
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The Advocate
Rheta Johnson: The spirit of New Orleans can’t be dampeneda friend here not long ago. Kenneth Holditch is a Mississippi native and profes
Rheta Johnson: The spirit of New Orleans can’t be dampened
The Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
a friend here not long ago. Kenneth Holditch is a Mississippi native and professor emeritus of American literature at the University of New Orleans. Holditch lives in a cathedral of books with a few nooks and crannies carved out in which to eat... Read more
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The Advocate
A father deals with fire ants, a deathly serious concernwho hails from Baton Rouge, now lives and works in New Orleans, where he direct
A father deals with fire ants, a deathly serious concern
The Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
who hails from Baton Rouge, now lives and works in New Orleans, where he directs the Creative Writing Workshop at the University of New Orleans. “My Sunshine Away,” his critically acclaimed novel that’s set in Louisiana, was released last... Read more
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Best of New Orleans Gambit
Gambit’s 2016 New Orleans Fairs & Festivals: Mayherbal products, yard art and food. Master gardeners give gardening talks. 9 a.
Gambit’s 2016 New Orleans Fairs & Festivals: May
Best of New Orleans Gambit / Posted 5 days ago
herbal products, yard art and food. Master gardeners give gardening talks. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission $5. 7—Crawfish Mambo (University of New Orleans Lakefront Campus, 504-280-2586; www.crawfishmambo.com) — UNO International Alumni Association hosts... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
4 finalists for UT’s next finance officer to visitto the Oakland University board of trustees in Rochester, Mich.; Gregg Lassen,
4 finalists for UT’s next finance officer to visit
The Toledo Blade / Posted 5 days ago
to the Oakland University board of trustees in Rochester, Mich.; Gregg Lassen, vice president for business affairs at the University of New Orleans; David Ellis, associate vice president for budgeting and analysis at Miami University in Oxford;... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
University of Toledo announces four finalists for chief financial officerto the Oakland University board of trustees in Rochester, Mich.; Gregg Lassen,
University of Toledo announces four finalists for chief financial officer
The Toledo Blade / Posted 6 days ago
to the Oakland University board of trustees in Rochester, Mich.; Gregg Lassen, vice president for business affairs at the University of New Orleans; David Ellis, associate vice president for budgeting and analysis at Miami University in Oxford;... Read more
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Business Wire
PROS Webinar: Realizing Revenue, Profit Growth for Wholesale Distributorsexecuted go-to-market programs. Duclaux earned an MBA from the University of H
PROS Webinar: Realizing Revenue, Profit Growth for Wholesale Distributors
Business Wire / Posted 7 days ago
executed go-to-market programs. Duclaux earned an MBA from the University of Houston; an M.S. in computer science from the University of New Orleans and a B.S. from Spring Hill College. About PROS PROS Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: PRO) is a revenue and... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Homers Lift Southern Miss Past Louisiana-Lafayette 7-2 Tuesday Night at The PeteTimmy Lynch did, but it all started with Burdeaux and Sandlin being able to get
Homers Lift Southern Miss Past Louisiana-Lafayette 7-2 Tuesday Night at The Pete
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 7 days ago
Timmy Lynch did, but it all started with Burdeaux and Sandlin being able to get on base,” Southern Miss coach Scott Berry said. The Golden Eagles commence a four-game road swing at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday with a visit to the University of New Or... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Big inning carries Golden Eagles, 7-2earned the win with 2⅓ innings of two-hit, shutout ball. Southern Miss is back
Big inning carries Golden Eagles, 7-2
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 8 days ago
earned the win with 2⅓ innings of two-hit, shutout ball. Southern Miss is back in action at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the University of New Orleans. Contact Jason Munz at jmunz@hattiesburgamerican.com. Follow @munzly on Twitter. Read or Share... Read more
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The Advocate
In wake of problems Gusman remains defiantA recent University of New Orleans poll found that 40 percent of the people sur
In wake of problems Gusman remains defiant
The Advocate / Posted 8 days ago
A recent University of New Orleans poll found that 40 percent of the people surveyed actually approve of beleaguered Orleans Parish Sheriff Marlin Gusman’s job performance. I’m not sure who those people are — they can’t all work for him — but I have... Read more
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The Advocate
UNO professor wins Islamic finance prize, and other news of higher educationUNO professor wins Islamic finance prize University of New Orleans finance pro
UNO professor wins Islamic finance prize, and other news of higher education
The Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
UNO professor wins Islamic finance prize University of New Orleans finance professor M. Kabir Hassan has won the IDB Prize in Islamic Banking & Finance from the Islamic Development Bank, the development bank of the Muslim world. The prize is... Read more
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The Advocate
Longtime New Orleans bassist Reggie Scanlan is off the road but not offstage as he battles cancerRadiators built their reputation via all-night gigs at the Dream Palace and row
Longtime New Orleans bassist Reggie Scanlan is off the road but not offstage as he battles cancer
The Advocate / Posted 10 days ago
Radiators built their reputation via all-night gigs at the Dream Palace and rowdy sessions at Luigi’s, a pizzeria near the University of New Orleans. Shirts were set on fire at Luigi’s. One time, a chainsaw destroyed a table. The “jam band”... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
As US enjoys cheap gas, a bust hits the Oil Patchand public services to make up for lost revenues. “Louisiana is in a recession
As US enjoys cheap gas, a bust hits the Oil Patch
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 10 days ago
and public services to make up for lost revenues. “Louisiana is in a recession,” said economist Walter Lane, at the University of New Orleans. “Oil prices are the primary reason.” In Houma, the mood is grim. “Reduced hours and layoffs are... Read more
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The Advocate
Longtime New Orleans bassist Reggie Scanlan is off the road but not offstage as he battles cancerRadiators built their reputation via all-night gigs at the Dream Palace and row
Longtime New Orleans bassist Reggie Scanlan is off the road but not offstage as he battles cancer
The Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
Radiators built their reputation via all-night gigs at the Dream Palace and rowdy sessions at Luigi’s, a pizzeria near the University of New Orleans. Shirts were set on fire at Luigi’s. One time, a chainsaw destroyed a table. The “jam band”... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Blighted Canal St. Hotel to undergo redevelopmentcomplex but this isn’t the only revival taking place on this end of Canal. Rig
Blighted Canal St. Hotel to undergo redevelopment
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 11 days ago
complex but this isn’t the only revival taking place on this end of Canal. Right next door, construction on the old University of New Orleans office building is underway. Purchased by a Dallas based developer for an asking price of $6... Read more
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The Advocate
UnitedHealth, Ochsner cutting ties mid-May on ‘Compass’ coverage, affecting 3,000 in south Louisianathe two sides will go back to the bargaining table. “That won’t last,” said Wa
UnitedHealth, Ochsner cutting ties mid-May on ‘Compass’ coverage, affecting 3,000 in south Louisiana
The Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
the two sides will go back to the bargaining table. “That won’t last,” said Walter Lane, an associate professor at the University of New Orleans who studies health care economics. “There’ll be a shakeout. Somebody’s going to have to give on... Read more
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The Advocate
UnitedHealth, Ochsner cutting ties, likely leaving 3,000 in N.O. area without local health providerthe two sides will go back to the bargaining table. “That won’t last,” said Wa
UnitedHealth, Ochsner cutting ties, likely leaving 3,000 in N.O. area without local health provider
The Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
the two sides will go back to the bargaining table. “That won’t last,” said Walter Lane, an associate professor at the University of New Orleans who studies health care economics. “There’ll be a shakeout. Somebody’s going to have to give on... Read more
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The Advocate
Unpopular at home, Bobby Jindal grasps for national roleand Democrats alike blame him for the state’s budget crisis, and so do a majori
Unpopular at home, Bobby Jindal grasps for national role
The Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
and Democrats alike blame him for the state’s budget crisis, and so do a majority of voters, according to a recent University of New Orleans poll. Rubio appeared on the ballot in Louisiana’s recent presidential primary, but while Jindal... Read more
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The Advocate
Cajuns’ game against McNeese State rained outsecond consecutive week the Cajuns had a mid-week game rained out. The Cajuns w
Cajuns’ game against McNeese State rained out
The Advocate / Posted 14 days ago
second consecutive week the Cajuns had a mid-week game rained out. The Cajuns were supposed to play on the road against the University of New Orleans last Wednesday, but the game was rescheduled for May 17. Brain flip Coach Tony Robichaux dropped... Read more
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The Advocate
UnitedHealth to pull out Obamacare coverage in Louisiana, affect nearly 29,000 customersfor an insurer that’s halting service elsewhere to do the same here, said Walte
UnitedHealth to pull out Obamacare coverage in Louisiana, affect nearly 29,000 customers
The Advocate / Posted 14 days ago
for an insurer that’s halting service elsewhere to do the same here, said Walter Lane, an associate professor at the University of New Orleans who studies health care economics. “Louisiana is one of the most high-cost states,” he said.... Read more
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The Houma Courier
UnitedHealth pulling out of 'Obamacare' in Louisianafor an insurer that's halting service elsewhere to do the same here, said Walte
UnitedHealth pulling out of 'Obamacare' in Louisiana
The Houma Courier / Posted 14 days ago
for an insurer that's halting service elsewhere to do the same here, said Walter Lane, an associate professor at the University of New Orleans who studies health care economics. "Louisiana is one of the most high-cost states," he said.... Read more
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The Daily Comet
UnitedHealth pulling out of 'Obamacare' in Louisianafor an insurer that's halting service elsewhere to do the same here, said Walte
UnitedHealth pulling out of 'Obamacare' in Louisiana
The Daily Comet / Posted 14 days ago
for an insurer that's halting service elsewhere to do the same here, said Walter Lane, an associate professor at the University of New Orleans who studies health care economics. "Louisiana is one of the most high-cost states," he said.... Read more
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CBS News
Majority of Louisianans oppose removing Confederate statuessaid Confederate monuments should not be removed, WWL reported. A different po
Majority of Louisianans oppose removing Confederate statues
CBS News / Posted 14 days ago
said Confederate monuments should not be removed, WWL reported. A different poll, released earlier this month by the University of New Orleans, looked only at New Orleans residents and found about half in favor of removal. At the urging of... Read more
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The Advocate
UnitedHealth pulling out of Obamacare coverage in Louisiana in 2017, affecting nearly 29,000 customersfor an insurer that’s halting service elsewhere to do the same here, said Walte
UnitedHealth pulling out of Obamacare coverage in Louisiana in 2017, affecting nearly 29,000 customers
The Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
for an insurer that’s halting service elsewhere to do the same here, said Walter Lane, an associate professor at the University of New Orleans who studies health care economics. “Louisiana is one of the most high-cost states,” he said.... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Louisianans oppose removing Confederate statuesopposed removal, while 47 percent of blacks also opposed removal. A different
Louisianans oppose removing Confederate statues
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 15 days ago
opposed removal, while 47 percent of blacks also opposed removal. A different poll, released earlier this month by the University of New Orleans, looked only at New Orleans residents and found about half in favor of removal. At the urging of... Read more
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PhysOrg
Finding the right chemistryfor oil spill cleanupsby funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), analytical chemist Matth
Finding the right chemistryfor oil spill cleanups
PhysOrg / Posted 15 days ago
by funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), analytical chemist Matthew Tarr and his team at the University of New Orleans are using samples from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill to learn more about how crude oil breaks... Read more
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The Advocate
Business Honors for April 10, 2016Administrators presented M.L. “Cissy” Petty, the vice president of student affa
Business Honors for April 10, 2016
The Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
Administrators presented M.L. “Cissy” Petty, the vice president of student affairs and associate provost at Loyola University of New Orleans, with its national Rev. Victor R. Yanitelli, S.J. Award. The award recognizes Petty’s leadership,... Read more
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The Advocate
Transit service in New Orleans gets major expansion Sundaytransit service are focused on three areas — the Central Business District, Tul
Transit service in New Orleans gets major expansion Sunday
The Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
transit service are focused on three areas — the Central Business District, Tulane and Loyola universities Uptown and the University of New Orleans on the Lakefront — that are seen as major employment hubs and major destinations, such as for... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
UNO real estate research institute gets $600,000 giftNEW ORLEANS (AP) - The University of New Orleans' Institute for Economic Develo
UNO real estate research institute gets $600,000 gift
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 16 days ago
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The University of New Orleans' Institute for Economic Development and Real Estate Research has received a $600,000 donation from Latter and Blum CEO Robert Merrick that will help set up a support fund for the program. New Orleans... Read more
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The Advocate
Gift to support UNO real estate research, and other news of higher educationreal estate research A $600,000 donation from New Orleans real estate executiv
Gift to support UNO real estate research, and other news of higher education
The Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
real estate research A $600,000 donation from New Orleans real estate executive Robert W. Merrick will help support the University of New Orleans’ Institute for Economic Development and Real Estate Research. The institute is a public service... Read more
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Lisbon Morning Journal
A bust hits the Oil Patch as rest of nation enjoys cheap gasand public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession
A bust hits the Oil Patch as rest of nation enjoys cheap gas
Lisbon Morning Journal / Posted 16 days ago
and public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession," said economist Walter Lane, at the University of New Orleans. "Oil prices are the primary reason." In Houma, the mood is grim. "Reduced hours and layoffs are... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
A bust hits the Oil Patch as rest of nation enjoys cheap gasand public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession
A bust hits the Oil Patch as rest of nation enjoys cheap gas
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 16 days ago
and public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession," said economist Walter Lane, at the University of New Orleans. "Oil prices are the primary reason." In Houma, the mood is grim. "Reduced hours and layoffs are... Read more
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News On 6 Tulsa
Bust Hits Louisiana Oil Patchand public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession
Bust Hits Louisiana Oil Patch
News On 6 Tulsa / Posted 17 days ago
and public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession," said economist Walter Lane, at the University of New Orleans. "Oil prices are the primary reason." In Houma, the mood is grim. "Reduced hours and layoffs are... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Our life in the Oil Patch, where cheap gas spells recessionand public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession
Our life in the Oil Patch, where cheap gas spells recession
The Daily Comet / Posted 17 days ago
and public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession," said economist Walter Lane, at the University of New Orleans. "Oil prices are the primary reason." In Houma, the mood is grim. "Reduced hours and layoffs are... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Our life in the Oil Patch, where cheap gas spells recessionand public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession
Our life in the Oil Patch, where cheap gas spells recession
The Houma Courier / Posted 17 days ago
and public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession," said economist Walter Lane, at the University of New Orleans. "Oil prices are the primary reason." In Houma, the mood is grim. "Reduced hours and layoffs are... Read more
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Boston Herald
A bust hits the Oil Patch as rest of nation enjoys cheap gasand public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession
A bust hits the Oil Patch as rest of nation enjoys cheap gas
Boston Herald / Posted 17 days ago
and public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession," said economist Walter Lane, at the University of New Orleans. "Oil prices are the primary reason." In Houma, the mood is grim. "Reduced hours and layoffs are... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
A bust hits the Oil Patch as rest of nation enjoys cheap gasand public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession
A bust hits the Oil Patch as rest of nation enjoys cheap gas
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 17 days ago
and public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession," said economist Walter Lane, at the University of New Orleans. "Oil prices are the primary reason." In Houma, the mood is grim. "Reduced hours and layoffs are... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
A bust hits the Oil Patch as rest of nation enjoys cheap gasand public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession
A bust hits the Oil Patch as rest of nation enjoys cheap gas
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 17 days ago
and public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession," said economist Walter Lane, at the University of New Orleans. "Oil prices are the primary reason." In Houma, the mood is grim. "Reduced hours and layoffs are... Read more
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WCAX-TV Vermont
A bust hits the Oil Patch as rest of nation enjoys cheap gasand public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession
A bust hits the Oil Patch as rest of nation enjoys cheap gas
WCAX-TV Vermont / Posted 17 days ago
and public services to make up for lost revenues. "Louisiana is in a recession," said economist Walter Lane, at the University of New Orleans. "Oil prices are the primary reason." In Houma, the mood is grim. "Reduced hours and layoffs are... Read more
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