Category Archives: State News

Schedler: Lt. Gov. Statement Irresponsible

Louisiana Secretary of State Tom Schedler is taking a fellow republican office holder to task for statements that imply voting Read More →

State Officials Analyzing Supreme Court Abortion Ruling

How will the sweeping ruling by the U.S. Supreme court affect abortion in Louisiana? Mark Armstrong in Baton Rouge says Read More →

State 4-H officers elected during 4-H University

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(06/24/16) BATON ROUGE, La. – Louisiana 4-H’ers elected officers for the 2016-2017 school year during 4-H University, an annual LSU Read More →

JRTC and Fort Polk announces NCO, Soldier of Year

Cpl. Boguslaw Sakhan (left) is the Non-commissioned Officer of the Year and Pfc. Collin Morgan is the Soldier of the Year for 2016 at the Joint Readiness Training Center and Fort Polk. Both Soldiers are from 2nd Battalion, 2nd Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division.

JRTC and Fort Polk announces NCO, Soldier of Year By JEAN DUBIEL Guardian staff writer FORT POLK, La. –– What Read More →

Gov. Edwards: Let’s Get to Work

Governor John Bel Edwards says “Let’s Get to Work” in his six page, 25 minute address to the legislature. Push Read More →

Comm. Donelon: Time to Review Coverage

We’ve already had three named storms this season, which officially started June 1st. State Insurance Commissioner Jim Donelon says it’s Read More →

USDA Agencies Acquire 2M Acres of Forestland to Increase Population of the Longleaf Pine

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The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and US Forest Service have joined forces with other partners with the goal of Read More →

Local Hospitals, Chamber Request Public Support for CEA

Below is a letter written from CHRISTUS St. Frances Cabrini Hospital, Rapides Regional Medical Center and the Central Louisiana Chamber Read More →

Body of 2 year old found in Beauregard parish

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UPDATE – Sheriff Sam Craft of the Vernon Parish Sheriff’s Office regrets to inform the public that the search for Read More →

State Capitol in Serious Disrepair

Louisiana’s Historic State Capitol in Baton Rouge is a draw for tourists, but after many decades of use, it’s, well, Read More →

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