Monthly Archives: November 2013

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LC Hosts Pro-Life Town Hall Meeting


Students at Louisiana College host a town hall meeting for pro-life advocates.  Speakers expressed their opposition to current abortion laws Read More →

Great American Smoke Out Today


Today is the Great American Smoke Out and LSU Alexandria sponsored a breakfast to mark the national event.  It was Read More →

Oyster Shortage in Louisiana

It’ll cost more to put oyster dressing on your plate this holiday season.  With a shortage of oysters in Louisiana Read More →

LSUA Students Enjoy Cultural Cuisine


Students of all ages are just about to head off to Thanksgiving break. These LSUA students enjoy what they call Read More →

Festival of Lights Begins This Weekend


The state’s oldest city is preparing for its 87th Festival of Lights.  On Saturday night at 6:30, more than half Read More →

Mayor Roy Comments on Primary Election

Alexandria Mayor Jacques Roy speaks about the election that took place Saturday, which chose the 5th district’s new congressman. Leading Read More →

Judge Edmund Reggie Dies at 87


A powerhouse in Louisiana politics has passed away at the age of 87. He’s Judge Edmund Reggie, who ran campaigns Read More →

Town of Jena Receives High Accolades


Just over 7 years ago, the town of Jena in LaSalle Parish was the site of the largest civil rights Read More →

McAllister Defeats Presumed Favorite Riser in Run-Off


A 39-year-old college dropout and self-made millionaire is the congressman elect for the 5th congressional district.  Vance McAllister defeated Neil Read More →

Jindal Announces New Business to CenLA


The governor was here for an economic development announcement today.  He says Paperworks Industries will relocate its carton finishing operations Read More →