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New salon, La Dolce Vita, opens in downtown Farmington

Sunday, 24 May 2015 18:52 Written by
Cori Sisson, 20, Las Cruces, gets his hair cut by Adrian Romero Tuesday at La Dolce Vita Salon & Spa in Farmington. (Alexa Rogals — The
Corps considers deepening Mississippi River
Sunday, 24 May 2015 18:45 Written by
With cargo ships getting larger and the Panama Canal getting wider, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is once again weighing the costs and benefits of a potential $300 million effort to deepen the lower Mississippi River by as much as 5 feet. The project — which would cover the stretch from Baton Rouge to the Gulf of Mexico — is being considered largely in light of the multibillion-dollar work underway at the
Analysis: Bill rejection gives Jindal a campaign opportunity - Washington Times
Sunday, 24 May 2015 18:40 Written by
Matt Drudge rips GOP leadership: 'Night of the Republican suicide'
Lafayette native honors first ‘King of Zydeco’ Clifton Chenier by writing book about the originator of Zydeco
Sunday, 24 May 2015 18:36 Written by
Lafayette native Todd Mouton came to the realization 20 years ago that there had never been a book written about the “King of Zydeco” Clifton Chenier, and it was a problem he wanted to rectify. This fall, his book will finally be published. For Mouton, executive director of Louisiana Folk Roots, the long road to publication of “Way Down in Louisiana: Clifton Chenier, Cajun, Zydeco and Swamp Pop Music” was sometimes a tough
Group’s meeting with Strain yields a few strains
Sunday, 24 May 2015 18:34 Written by
Meeting with Strain yields a few strains The watchdog group Concerned Citizens of St. Tammany continues to flex its political muscles, holding a meeting last week with a frequent target of its criticism, St. Tammany Parish Sheriff Jack Strain. Strain, who is running for his fifth term, sought the meeting with the group and came to it with his chief deputy, Fred Oswald, and public information officer, George Bonnett. In a mostly low-key
Walsh Jennings, Ross win season-opening AVP New Orleans Open
Sunday, 24 May 2015 18:08 Written by
May 24, 2015 Associated Press KENNER, La. -- Three-time Olympic champion Kerri Walsh Jennings and silver medalist April Ross won the season-opening New Orleans Open on Sunday to extend their AVP Tour winning streak to eight events. The top-seeded Walsh Jennings and Ross beat No. 3 Jennifer Kessy and Emily Day 21-16, 22-20 in the final. Walsh Jennings and Ross swept all five of their matches and have won 42 consecutive
Longtime smoker fights for cigarette taxes
Sunday, 24 May 2015 17:59 Written by
Harold Ritchie had unfinished business when he climbed into his 2001 Nissan truck in April and drove from Bogalusa to Baton Rouge to begin this year’s legislative session. It’s nearly a two-hour drive, and it gave Ritchie plenty of time to think. For the previous five years, the Democratic state representative had been on a quest to raise the state’s cigarette tax. He had failed each year. The best Ritchie could do was
Jake Gibb, Casey Patterson sweep Phil Dalhausser and Sean Rosenthal in AVP New Orleans men’s final
Sunday, 24 May 2015 17:57 Written by
Not everything went as expected during this weekend’s AVP New Orleans Open beach volleyball tournament, but some things did. No. 1 seeds Jake Gibb and Casey Patterson captured the tournament title Sunday, defeating the No. 2 seeded team of Phil Dalhausser and Sean Rosenthal 23-21, 21-14 in the first stop on the 2015 tour. Gibb and Patterson were playing in their 15th AVP tournament together and have eight wins and 14 semifinals appearances.
Hopkins vs. Hocker: An early look at the Saints’ battle at kicker
Sunday, 24 May 2015 17:54 Written by
It might not be the most exciting or chronicled battle of the offseason. It’s not the kind of thing that moves the needle in print or over the airwaves. But the battle between New Orleans Saints kickers Dustin Hopkins and Zach Hocker should be one of the more closely contested fights this offseason, and it carries significant importance. For the first time in a long time, the Saints have the opportunity to lock
Corps considers deepening Miss. River
Sunday, 24 May 2015 17:54 Written by
With cargo ships getting larger and the Panama Canal getting wider, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is once again weighing the costs and benefits of a potential $300 million effort to deepen the lower Mississippi River by as much as 5 feet. The project — which would cover the stretch from Baton Rouge to the Gulf of Mexico — is being considered largely in light of the multibillion-dollar work underway at the

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