Once a staple of the adult entertainment scene in Acadiana, Desperado’s Cabaret was shut down two years ago, and last week the former club’s owner, James Panos, was sentenced for his role in a racketeering conspiracy.
In true Elbert Guillory fashion, the state senator from Opelousas has issued a response defending his recent behavior on The Jim Engster radio show in which he brought the interview to an abrupt close after likening one of his legislative colleagues to a yapping Chihuahua.
The deal, if approved by the council on Tuesday, would shore up funding for an interstate-grade interchange at Verot School Road and Highway 90.
“Coach Don” Gagnard is running for school board. Today he shares a meditation on the Affordable Care Act.
The City-Parish Council will vote Tuesday on an ordinance for final adoption that would raise the fees — in some cases doubling them — for many of the activities and amenities provided to the community through the city’s Department of Parks and Recreation.
“Coach Don” Gagnard is running for school board. Today he shares his thoughts on America’s social-safety net.
Donald Domingues failed to reveal a $351,000 sales commission on his tax return.
With her chairmanship of the Senate Energy Committee now set to expire at the end of the year and Senate Dems pulling their ad dollars from the Louisiana in what can only be considered a white flag of surrender, Sen. Mary Landrieu on Wednesday called for a vote in the upper chamber of Congress on approving the controversial Keyston XL pipeline project. And then ...
“Coach Don” Gagnard is running for school board. Today he shares his keen insights on the executive branch of the federal government.
Republican state Sen. Elbert Guillory called one of his legislative colleagues a “Chihuahua” after having his views on the black community challenged.