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Budget cuts could lead to closure of LSU Golf Course

Saturday, 18 April 2015 18:32 Written by
Two things spell trouble for the LSU Golf Course: the university’s funding could take a huge hit when the state budget is approved later this year, and university officials are examining the best use of every inch of campus space for its new master plan. The LSU Golf Course remains open for now, though a committee has spent the past several months reviewing its operations and trying to determine if it’s worth keeping
Budget cuts could mean the end for LSU Golf Course
Saturday, 18 April 2015 18:29 Written by
Two things spell trouble for the LSU Golf Course: the university’s funding could take a huge hit when the state budget is approved later this year, and university officials are examining the best use of every inch of campus space for its new master plan. The LSU Golf Course remains open for now, though a committee has spent the past several months reviewing its operations and trying to determine if it’s worth keeping
Board to interview finalists Wed.
Saturday, 18 April 2015 17:53 Written by
The Lafayette Parish School Board takes a step closer to choosing a new leader for the school system with the candidate interviews on Wednesday. Earlier this month, the board selected its top three candidates from a pool of 12 applicants: Don Aguillard, St. Mary Parish Schools superintendent; Carlos Sam, associate superintendent of East Baton Rouge Parish schools; and Francis Touchet Jr., Louisiana Department of Education network leader providing support to school districts. The
St. George fire district showcases facility
Saturday, 18 April 2015 17:01 Written by
Malia Williams got to do something on a video simulator on Saturday that she’ll have to wait a long, long time to do in real life. She got to drive a fire truck. “My heart was pounding and I was really scared and I didn’t know how to work anything and I thought I was going to crash,” said Williams, 9, a student at Zachary Elementary School and the daughter of Darian Williams,
Iberville school system launching new STEM academy program
Saturday, 18 April 2015 16:46 Written by
Iberville Parish School System is starting a new academy this fall that will give parents and students yet another choice when it comes to education. The system’s fifth themed academy, called the “Starship Program,” will feature a curriculum focused on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. The new program is an offshoot of the school district’s beloved Math, Science and Arts academies and will facilitate the full re-opening of the old North Iberville High
Future of LSU Golf Course still unclear; state budget could be the final nail in coffin
Saturday, 18 April 2015 16:30 Written by
Two things spell trouble for the LSU Golf Course: the university’s funding could take a huge hit when the state budget is approved later this year, and university officials are examining the best use of every inch of campus space for its new master plan. The LSU Golf Course remains open for now, though a committee has spent the past several months reviewing its operations and trying to determine if it’s worth keeping
St. George Fire Department showcases new Airline Highway complex at open house
Saturday, 18 April 2015 16:24 Written by
Malia Williams got to do something on a video simulator on Saturday that she’ll have to wait a long, long time to do in real life. She got to drive a fire truck. “My heart was pounding and I was really scared and I didn’t know how to work anything and I thought I was going to crash,” said Williams, 9, a student at Zachary Elementary School and the daughter of Darian Williams,
Pelicans forward Anthony Davis dislocated pinky during Wednesday victory against Golden State
Friday, 17 April 2015 22:05 Written by
Pelicans star Anthony Davis reportedly dislocated his pinky finger during Wednesday’s crucial victory over San Antonio, and received quick treatment from a trainer and a pep talk from Tyreke Evans to get back on the court, according to a report at Deadspin.com. The Pelicans went on to beat the defending champion Spurs 108-103 to earn the franchise’s first playoff berth since 2011. Davis had 31 points, 13 rebounds and three blocked shots, scored
A third trial for Albert Woodfox?
Friday, 17 April 2015 21:57 Written by
With a Baton Rouge federal judge raising the possibility of barring another retrial of Albert Woodfox in the 1972 slaying of a Louisiana State Penitentiary guard, state prosecutors and Woodfox’s attorneys have weighed in on whether the 68-year-old “Angola 3” member should face a third trial in the decades-old case. Woodfox’s unanimous 1973 and 1988 murder convictions in the stabbing death of Brent Miller were overturned, the latter in 2013 by U.S. District
BREC to ask for tax increase
Friday, 17 April 2015 21:32 Written by
The East Baton Rouge recreation and park system will ask its governing board for a property tax increase at the end of May, one that won’t require the approval of voters. BREC already collects one of the highest property taxes in the city-parish, at 14.038 mills. But that property tax has declined from what voters approved as the property tax value of 14.463 mills as property values grew over time. Government agencies have
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