As far as the people of Louisiana are concerned, this year’s legislative session did little to improve life here in the Bayou State.

“A lot of people mentioned to me how omnipresent BP lobbyists were, more than the other major oil companies were (though all of them showed plenty of interest), so much more that it got a lot of people wondering, `What’s in the bill for them?’ It certainly got us wondering.” – John Barry, June 5, 2014

Family mourns Lafayette retail trailblazer


Police say thieves gained entry through roof of Feu Follet Road business.

Although he has yet to hold a press conference and qualifying is still more than a year away, the director of Parks and Recreation for Lafayette Consolidated Government has made it “official” and entered the race for the state Senate District 24 seat.

LPSB on the road carouselTravel expenses for Lafayette Parish School Board members nearly doubled between the 2014 and 2013 fiscal years.

Ad focuses on Republican congressman’s opposition to the federal health care law.

Some Lafayette Parish School Board members just don’t like the Lafayette Parish Public Education Stakeholders Council and want the school system out of its membership.

The 3rd Circuit Court of Appeal has reversed a ruling by a Lafayette district court judge delaying an appeal hearing before the Lafayette Municipal Fire & Police Civil Service Board by a former officer fired in August of 2011.


From the looks of it, election season is already getting heated, but officials with Lafayette Consolidated Government aren’t too happy about it, namely the recent flood of campaign signs showing up throughout the city.

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