|Abi Augello, Anne Falgout, Erica Bille and Laura Andrew||Cynthia Simon, Monica Laverne and Amanda Lo|
|Mike and Ilse Spears, Patricia Parks and Mark Thompson||Armand Brinkhaus and Tim Barey|
|Greg Daigle and his soon-to-be needed walker||Jim Prince, Taylor Davis, Ian Macdonald, Rob Eddy, Sr. Betty Lyons, Barry Berthelot, Hunter Trahan, Bud Barrow, Harriett Daly, Sen. Mike Michot and John Mendell|
|John Mendell, Rob Eddy, Taylor Davis and Nick Gachassin III; (second row) Jake Crater, Craig Perks, Brett Quigley, Bud Barrow, Brian Bateman and Todd Hamilton||Mark Stipe and Sr. Betty Lyons|
|Harriett Daly, Barbara Feske, Beverly Davis, Sen. Mike Michot, Laura Williams and Jim Prince|
Some good “old” friends decided to throw Greg Daigle a 40th birthday party at Brewski’s Bar and Grill recently to celebrate his journey into official old age. Colorful and insulting “40th” decorations adorned the bar, making sure everyone knew how antique Greg now is. The karaoke machine was led by Rex Broussard, and everyone joined in singing some oldies, but goodies. The party lasted from 7 p.m. all the way until 2, which is pretty impressive considering how tired 40-year-olds get after 9 o’clock.
A Sponsor Party for the 2009 Lourdes Foundation Legacy Golf Tournament was held at Oakbourne Country Club. Party Girl has been hitting the driving range to work on her swing as of late, so I was really excited that six PGA Tour Players participated in the tournament as part of the teams of the Premier Sponsors. Three of the six pros attended the party, which created tremendous excitement and buzz about the event, which had about 100 attendants. Some of guests who attended the event were Henry and Noel Busch, Russell and Charlotte Cryer, Bob and Judi Dunn, Bob and Kit Davis, Karen and Butch Wyble, Jimmy Zehnder, Nick and Suzanne Gachassin, Dr. Ed and Roxanne Breaux and Dr. Richard and Kim Broussard.
Seriously, dude, we do. And since you’re ailing we thought we’d throw you a get-better-soon party.
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The feds converge on your office, seizing records on several employees as part of a pay-for-plea investigation. WWYD? If you’re Mike Harson, you give yourself a $12k raise.
Attorney General Buddy Caldwell says he won't approve a Cameron Parish Police Jury resolution to hire outside attorneys for such a lawsuit until the resolution is amended. Caldwell's Sept. 15 letter says the resolution must make clear that those attorneys will represent the parish alone — not the state.
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It’s football season and after back-to-back winless weekends for the Saints and the Cajuns many citizens are finding it difficult to be civil much less happy. Well, chew on this.
Considering his repeated stays in the local penal system, David Narcisse Jr. should have known that having a semiautomatic shotgun, even one given to him by a friend, wasn’t the brightest of ideas.
A state district judge on Tuesday threw out a last-minute retirement hike lawmakers gave to the state police superintendent, ending a political firestorm over a pension boost passed without public scrutiny on the last day of the legislative session.
The House has passed a bill to increase oversight of veterans' hospitals under construction, following a report that some medical centers take three years longer to complete than estimated and cost an extra $366 million per project.
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Michelle D. Lavergne, who worked for the Lafayette law office of L. Clayton Burgess for 13 years, faces up to 10 years in prison.
Sonnier, former media buyer and account exec at Sides, joins Acadian companies as marketing specialist; Maggard, who most recently worked for Potenza, joins Russo as director of media and PR.
New recreation/fitness trend taking over old Crazy Charlie’s on Ambassador Caffery Parkway.
An obvious follow-up question for any Republican politician who accuses Democrats of being science deniers is one about science, to which Jindal bobbed and weaved like a welterweight champ.
The Lafayette City-Parish Council is expected to decide tonight (Tuesday) whether to go along with a proposal City-Parish President Joey Durel made in February’s State of the Parish Address and consolidate taxes for mosquito control and the parish health units into a broader tax program that would also cover animal control.
Jeff Gremillion delivers a touching eulogy, capturing the essence of his longtime friend.
U.S. District Judge Richard Haik has dismissed Greg Davis’ lawsuit against the LPSB, yet in his ruling, the federal judge doesn’t bite his tongue in pointing out the "threat" being posed by certain board members.
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Of all the political offices being contested throughout Lafayette Parish, the race for Broussard’s top police post has literally become one of the most heated.
A state district judge is deciding whether to issue an injunction against the enforcement of a last-minute retirement hike that lawmakers gave to the state police superintendent.
A new website is up for Louisiana's state government employees and retirees to choose their health insurance plans for next year, a choice they must make by October.
That fact that New Orleans led both games in the final 10 seconds of regulation, and lost each by a field goal or less, is of little solace.
The superintendent will make another go at getting a budget passed for the already commenced fiscal year as the LPSB is slated to meet tonight on the eve of the state’s budget adoption deadline.
A person familiar with the situation says New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram has a broken hand.
It seeks an investigation into a $100,000 fund transfer from Vitter's federal campaign account to an independent PAC supporting Vitter's 2015 candidacy for governor.
Landrieu has acknowledged that she improperly billed her Senate office for nearly $43,000 in charter costs that should have been paid from her campaign account.