Monthly Archives: December 2013

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LSUA Students Graduate

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It’s graduation day for 126 students of LSU of Alexandria. Doctor Paul Coreil presided over the ceremony, which included 10 Read More →

Alexandria City Council to Debate New Recreation Tax

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The Alexandria City Council will meet Monday at noon in a special session to consider the first step toward a Read More →

Jindal Defends Phil Robertson

Louisiana’s governor weighs in on the controversy surrounding Phil Robertson of Duck Dynasty.  The Governor is defending Robertson’s remarks against Read More →

Natchitoches Man Responsible for School Lockdown

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An 18-year-old is arrested for causing Natchitoches Central High to be placed on lock down today.  Police arrested De’Kerry Booker Read More →

Gov. Jindal in CenLA to Announce Hayes Manufacturing Expansion

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Governor Bobby Jindal is back in Central Louisiana for an economic development announcement. Actually, it’s an expansion of an existing Read More →

RPSB Meets to Decide Glenmora Principal’s Fate

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The Rapides Parish School Board meets in special session today over a request to fire a principal. The principal in Read More →

VOA Selling Christmas Tree Lights to Help Needy

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Volunteers of America has begun a Light Up A Life program at its offices on Coliseum Boulevard.  Each light on Read More →

LA Ranks “2nd Worst Judicial Hellhole”

The American Tort Reform Association recently released a report ranking Louisiana as the second worst judicial hellhole in the nation. Read More →

Neighbors Enjoy Christmas Light Contest

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There’s a Christmas light contest going on between two neighbors in Alexandria’s West Point subdivision.  On the 62 hundred block Read More →

Plans Begin for Interstate 49 South Project

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Louisiana State Treasurer John Kennedy says the budget surplus should be used for Interstate 49 South.  He also says the Read More →