A most peculiar set of court transcripts confirms that the private eye tied to a federal investigation involving the district attorney’s office has faced the feds before.
By Heather Miller
Robert Williamson, the “Secret Cajun Man” whose name has surfaced in a federal investigation involving 15th Judicial District Attorney Mike Harson’s office, has a long — and rather bizarre — history with federal courts in Louisiana.
An overview of the hottest issues to keep tabs on during this year’s regular session.
By Jeremy Alford
The 2012 regular session, which will be unleashed on the public March 12 like a political Kraken, is brimming with new personalities. Last year’s election season saw to that.
Free access to local daily newspapers’ websites — including The Advertiser and The Advocate — will soon be a thing of the past.
By Dominick Cross
It’s probably no coincidence that Gannett Co., owner of 80 newspapers across the country including The Daily Advertiser and the Opelousas Daily World, confirmed in February it will incorporate a paywall — or what it calls a “new content subscription model” — for access to its online content.
A new mission for Pecan Island School has the hunting dog
in line to become its newest mascot.
By Dominick Cross • Photos by Robin May
One man’s school is another man’s lodge.
And so it is with the Pecan Island School Lodge.
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