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Daniel Cormier struggling with knee issues but hopes to fight at UFC 192

Wednesday, 24 June 2015 20:20 Written by
Light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier hopes to defend his belt against Alexander Gustafsson at UFC 192 in Houston, but not before undergoing a few treatments to hopefully rebuild some stability in his knee. Cormier has been suffering from knee issues for some time. The former two-time Olympian contemplated surgery last year, but decided to forgo the procedure for alternative treatment. As he approaches his
Why Bobby Jindal Is Very Problematic
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 17:24 Written by
Today Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is set to join the 2016 field. He is barely making it into the polls at this juncture – his message, which combines serious executive and policy experience and a record of dealing with multiple challenges (oil spills and hurricanes, tax and budget crises, getting sued over school choice) is not the sort of thing that appeals to the Republican Party right now, which seems more interested candidates most likely…
Charges filed: Worthington prostitution sting nets six arrests
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 15:57 Written by
WORTHINGTON – Six men were allegedly caught in a prostitution sting after the Worthington Police Department and other local jurisdictions placed an advertisement in the adult entertainment section of the website backpages.com. Charged this week with gross misdemeanor level hiring of a prostitute are Willie James Noel Jr, age 45, of Lafayette, Louisiana, Todd Alan Nelson, age 55, of Garvin, Derrik Dean Lusk, age 21, of Jackson, Thomas Aaron Kuhl, age 25, of Fulda, Harold…
Taste’ comes to Lafayette for 34th year
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 15:23 Written by
For 34 years, the Taste of Tippecanoe has drawn thousands of people to downtown Lafayette. Food and drink venders line Main Street. Local musicians fill the air with country, pop, folk and electronic music. Volunteer Stacey Baisden said although slight variations are made from year to year, the concept remains – it’s a place where you can truly get a taste of everything. “If you really just want a taste of something, want
'Tom Gresham's Gun Talk' Adds Five New Affiliates
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 14:44 Written by
Gresham The syndicated TOM GRESHAM'S GUN TALK has been added at NORTHEAST COLORADO BROADCASTING Contemporary Christian KRFD/FLEMING, CO; RADIODOG MEDIA Country KAXA (THE BUCK)/KERRVILLE, TX; RADIO DALHART Country KHJQ/LEAKEY, TX; TOWNSQUARE MEDIA News-Talk KROF-A/ABBEVILLE-LAFAYETTE, LA; and RUBIN BROADCASTING News-Talk KTOX-A/NEEDLES, CA-LAUGHLIN, NV. The program is available through SKIP JOECKEL's TALK SHOWS USA; see more at talkshowsusa.com and reach SKIP at (719) 579-6676. « see more Net News MORE ABOUT:
Vitter Announces $14 Million in Federal Grants for Lafayette, Lake Charles Airports
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 14:04 Written by
Buy Photo Renderings of planned Lafayette Regional Airport terminal upgrades are on display during the EatLafayette kickoff party Tuesday, June 17, 2014, at the Frem Boustany Convention Center.(Photo: Leslie Westbrook, The Advertiser)Buy Photo CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE U.S. Senator David Vitter today announced that the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Aviation Administration will award $14 million in federal grant funding to improve Chennault International Airport in Lake Charles and Paul Fournet Field
A Lafayette mother hopes to bring comfort to grieving parents
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 10:30 Written by
"It gathered a good deal of news and i think there's some misunderstanding about the order and how it would affect civilian law enforcement." "Things that are restricted: tracked tanks, rifles over 50 caliber, high explosive grenade launchers. These are not things that we have."
A Cajun feast for students new to Louisiana culture
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 08:24 Written by
As Lafayette Parish's English as a Second Language program grows, teachers are exposing students to Louisiana culture and cuisine. Buy Photo Celso Delgado, 5, is served samples of local cuisine during the English as a Second Language, or ESL, Summer Enrichment program at Bradmoor Elementary School in Lafayette, La., Tuesday, June 23, 2015. ESL students receive further instruction during the summer program and are exposed to area customs such as cuisine.
A Lafayette mother hopes Cuddle Cots will help grieving parents
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 08:20 Written by
"It gathered a good deal of news and i think there's some misunderstanding about the order and how it would affect civilian law enforcement." "Things that are restricted: tracked tanks, rifles over 50 caliber, high explosive grenade launchers. These are not things that we have."
Lafayette mother hopes to offer comfort to grieving families
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 07:33 Written by
After a year of hard work, Staci Pitre handed over a two Cuddle Cots—one to Women's and Children's and another to Lafayette General Medical Center in Lafayette. "I can't give him a birthday party, I can't put balloons in a room, and give him a cake to smash all over the walls,” Staci explained. “This is my son's birthday gift. This is his legacy to give back and this is the only way that I…

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