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Daniels appointed: Jack E. Daniels, a Guaranty Bank and Trust Co. of Alexandria vice president, has been named vice chairman of Blue Cross of Louisiana.
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Mayor Jamie Mayo dropped two big surprises during his State of the City address Thursday: his plans to build a new arena, and that he is a distant cousin of entertainer Jennifer Hudson.
Cool Planet Energy's biofuels refinery in Alexandria is radically different than other renewable fuels projects, and the company likes it that way.
Ms. Robichaux is a 2006 graduate of Holy Savior Menard High School. She graduated from Louisiana State University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and earned a Master of Arts degree in Psychology in 2012.
S&L board member named: Graham Kramer has been elected to the board of directors of First Federal Savings and Loan of Alexandria.
A manufacturing plant has experienced an explosion, leaking chlorine gas into the air.
Outgoing PJAL President Melvin Haymon of Vernon Parish hosted the convention. The new president is Lisa Nelson of St. Martin Parish.
Although education is essential to the business community, not all stakeholders agree with how some legislators are attempting to fund it.
Decisions involving marijuana, Common Core, tort reform, gun control and the minimum wage await legislators at the State Capitol this year.
Wow, what a week that last week of February was! Most importantly because I have a new granddaughter.
The Fort Polk Museum showcases the installation's history through dioramas and exhibits that include samples of uniforms, weapons, equipment and personal effects.
Beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 8, the City of Alexandria will host a kite-making workshop in the lobby of City Hall in Downtown Alexandria in anticipation of next week's Kite Day Festival set at 10 a.m. on Saturday, March 15, at O'Hearn Mathews Field on Bayou Rapides Road.
The ceremony was originally scheduled for Thursday but was postponed because of rainy weather.
Steve Rogge is nearly synonymous with the Rapides Parish Library system. He took a job as library director 30 years ago, and he's held that position ever since.
A Pineville man who had been arrested last month in a burglary case now faces theft, forgery other charges after officials allege he stole property and cashed nine checks for more than $4,500, according to the Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office.