Hot: Lafayette's economy. Hotter: principal (allegedly) for teacher at Eunice High School. Hottest (water): Councilman Brandon Shelvin for trying to move money from his own district to help a wealthy developer.
It’s good, it’s bad and it’s just crazy
There are ambitious artists and there is Amy Woodruff.
We’re not joking when we say politics in Louisiana can really be a joke.
Yeah, so Honey Badger just takes what he wants.
The U.S. appears to be moving away from medical research on chimpanzees, announcing in late September that the National Institutes of Health will retire all 110 of its 563 research chimpanzees housed at UL Lafayette’s New Iberia Research Center.
Louisiana’s people are getting poorer, according to recent data released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Lafayette residents who fear that “smart meters” will sap their vitality, scramble their brains or otherwise render them incapable of living rich, fulfilling, private lives will have to pay a smidgen over $12 per month to keep one foot in the 20th century, assuming the City-Parish Council approves an ordinance setting the opt-out charge at $12.20/month.
Not sure what’s in the water up there in Monroe, but it done growed The News-Star staff some big ole swinging cajones.
Hallelujah and pass the equality, the St. Martinville Senior High School class of 1973 is finally almost integrated.
U.S. Rep. Jeff Landry, R-New Iberia, who will face Lafayette GOP Congressman Charles Boustany this fall for the new 3rd Congressional Seat, has made much ado about his fiscal fortitude.
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