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Pataki, Jindal address Trump's comments at New Hampshire picnic

Sunday, 05 July 2015 19:53 Written by
Presidential candidates flocked to the Granite State during the July Fourth weekend. Related Fireworks ignite house fire in Nashua...Chafee campiagns in New Hampshire...GOP presidential candidates celebrate...Clinton, Chafee celebrate Fourth of...Clinton warns GOP will repeal ObamacareFormer New York Gov.
Lightning strike injures 7 in Louisiana during July 4th event
Sunday, 05 July 2015 19:28 Written by
SABINE PARISH, La., July 5 (UPI) -- More than a half-dozen people were injured in Louisiana during a Fourth of July celebration this weekend, authorities said, as a strong storm moved in Saturday night. Those injured were attending an Independence Day celebration in Sabine Parish when the storm rumbled overhead and lightning suddenly struck a tree nearby. The electricity in the strike was powerful enough that it also made contact with seven party goers.
Severe thunderstorm warning expires for areas of southeast Louisiana
Sunday, 05 July 2015 19:07 Written by
A severe thunderstorm warning expired Sunday for areas of southeast Louisiana. Related Entergy crews repairing power outages...Essence Festival gives festivalgoers...Family of suspect accused of killing...Mother, 2 children located unharmed,...
Holder's Return to Covington Was Six Years in the Making
Sunday, 05 July 2015 18:47 Written by
Katelyn Polantz, The Am Law Daily July 5, 2015 | 0 Comments
Severe thunderstorm warning issued for areas of southeast Louisiana
Sunday, 05 July 2015 18:22 Written by
A severe thunderstorm warning was issued Sunday for areas of southeast Louisiana. Related Essence Festival gives festivalgoers...Family of suspect accused of killing...Mother, 2 children located unharmed,...Tulane student
Our Views: A grade of value, Louisiana should keep on striving to provide high-quality public education for its children
Sunday, 05 July 2015 18:22 Written by
No matter how tough the sledding might appear ahead, Louisiana has simply no choice but to keep trying to provide high-quality public education for its children. The quality part of that is critical. That is why we hope that tougher academic standards and rigorous assessments will be used to determine the grades that schools and systems receive, just as the same level of rigor is applied to students in the classroom. The state’s
Fate of courthouse’s Confederate monument in limbo
Sunday, 05 July 2015 17:59 Written by
This Confederate memorial stands in front of the courthouse on Texas Street in downtown Shreveport in this 2002 Times file photo. The photo was taken just before the Louisiana Supreme Court was to hear a legal challenge on the oft-debated issue about the appropriateness and legality of flying the flag.(Photo: Times File Photo) CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE Four Confederate generals stare granite-eyed at those entering Caddo’s central dispensary of justice, including
2015 Erath Firefighters Water Wars
Sunday, 05 July 2015 17:03 Written by
Should elementary students be punished differently than middle and high school students? In Vermilion Parish, the answer to that question is no.
Red Lane: Nashville Hall Of Famer Dies After Long Battle With Cancer
Sunday, 05 July 2015 16:39 Written by
Red Lane — songwriter for music greats such as Merle Haggard, Tammy Wynette, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and Roger Miller — died on Wednesday, July 1, at the age of 76, Billboard reports. Reportedly, Red Lane passed away after a long battle against cancer. Lane, who was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1993, was actually named Hollis Rudolph DeLaughter and was born in Bogalusa, Louisiana. After high school, and his brief…
2 Miss men sentenced in death of Louisiana black bear
Sunday, 05 July 2015 16:09 Written by
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - A Mississippi taxidermist must pay $4,300 for hiding the skin of a threatened Louisiana black bear from investigators, and a man who helped take the bear to him must pay an equal amount. The Clarion-Ledger reports (http://on.thec-l.com/1HFxXhU ) that Chester Brad Williams of Meridian and taxidermist David Lucas Wimberly of Quitman face other penalties. Among other things, neither may hunt for a year, and Wimberly must mount the bear and give…
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