Walt Handelsman: But who is he really worried about offending?

Wednesday, 01 April 2015 07:50 Written by
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence repents: But who is he really worried about offending? Follow this link to the cartoon.
Tigers taking sleeper bus to Alabama
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 23:22 Written by
LSU’s first batter of the game, Jared Foster, took the fourth pitch he saw down the left-field line for a game-opening double. Oh, this was just the beginning of an extra-base hit extravaganza. The Tigers had four doubles and three home runs, and Alex Bregman came within a single of hitting for the cycle as LSU beat UL-Lafayette 8-6 on Tuesday night in the Wally Pontiff Jr. Classic at a slam-packed Zephyr Field.
Desegregation settlement agreement expected soon
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 21:54 Written by
AMITE — Settlement talks in the Tangipahoa Parish School Board’s ongoing desegregation lawsuit could lead to an agreement in the near future, one of the board’s attorneys said Tuesday night. Lawyer Ashley Sandage said she and Gideon Carter, an attorney representing the parish’s black community, have had productive conversations over the past few weeks, including a lengthy meeting Monday. The meetings have centered on the areas in which the district still needs
Bacterium release sparks review
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 21:22 Written by
The release of a deadly bacterium from a research lab near Covington has triggered a federal review not just of procedures at that facility but of how all U.S. facilities such as the Tulane National Primate Research Center are overseen, officials said Tuesday night. Earlier this month, a report from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cited staff members at the Tulane center for not wearing proper protective equipment when working
3 hurt, 2 booked in Monday shooting
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 21:18 Written by
Updated at 7:52 p.m. — DUPLESSIS — An argument involving a wreck that occurred about six months ago led to a shooting that injured three people Monday night, said Lt. Col Bobby Webre with the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office. Two men have been arrested, the Sheriff’s Office said, and booked on eight counts of attempted first-degree murder after eight people in a Chevrolet Suburban were shot at. Shortly before 11 p.m. Monday,
Baton Rouge Arts Council begins search for leader
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 21:18 Written by
The Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge has formalized its search for a new President and CEO, a month after the sudden departure of the nonprofit group’s previous leader. “We are excited to move the Arts Council forward,” ACGBR Board Chairman Brian Haymon said. The Council’s former president, Eric Holowacz, left the council after a two-year run. His exact reason for the departure is in dispute: a former Arts Council official said he
Date set for appeal on test contracts
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 21:08 Written by
While one key Common Core ruling was issued on Monday, oral arguments are set for April 28 on a separate case that could help decide the future of the academic standards in Louisiana. That case is the appeal of a ruling by 19th District Court Judge Todd Hernandez, who in August issued an injunction to lift the suspension of two key test contracts that had been issued by Gov. Bobby Jindal’s administration. The
Candidate forum focuses on state’s budget crisis
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 21:05 Written by
The four major candidates for Louisiana governor agree that the state’s in desperate need of tax incentive reform to shore up the budget — and soon. Republicans U.S. Sen. David Vitter, Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne and Public Service Commissioner Scott Angelle, and Democratic state Rep. John Bel Edwards, all touched on the state’s growing budget crisis during a forum in Baton Rouge on Tuesday. “You will see, whoever is governor early next year
Conway Plantation developers offer plan to ease traffic fears
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 21:05 Written by
GONZALES — A new development coming to Gonzales that’s getting a generally positive reception scored more points Tuesday with the news developers will also be building an additional traffic lane to nearby Interstate 10. Traffic was one of the concerns mentioned more than once Tuesday night at a meeting held by the city as a chance for residents to get first-hand information from the developers of Conway Plantation, a mixed-used community planned
Schools leader formally resigns
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 20:53 Written by
BAKER — The Baker School Board voted unanimously Tuesday to accept Superintendent Ulysses Joseph’s resignation, effective May 28, the latest turn of events for a school system facing the arrest of a former maintenance supervisor and possible state takeover of one of its schools. Joseph, who has held the position for four years and whose contract was not due to expire until December, said after the meeting his resignation is not related
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