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Robert, Louisiana is located in Tangipahoa Parish. Zip codes in Robert, LA include 70455. The median home price in Robert is $177,000.

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5 hrs ago | WAFB-TV Baton Rouge

Man on a mission to honor Vietnam vets

There are not many people who know why September 19 is significant, but a Baton Rouge man is focused on making people aware.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

KLFY-TV Lafayette

Assessors want new valuation rules for oil wells

A group of Louisiana tax assessors is advocating for a series of property valuation changes that, if approved, could significantly increase property tax rates for oil and gas well operators, as well as revenues for local governments.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

The Advocate

Le Cercle de Bacchus to introduce debs

Le Cercle de Bacchus has announced the names of the 15 young women to be presented Jan. 3, 2015, at its 57th Annual Presentation Ball at the Baton Rouge River Center.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

The News-Star

Hometown News

Birthdays Betty Allen, West Monroe; Erma Bordon; Anna Cannon, West Monroe; Peggy Dunn; Annette Elliott, West Monroe; John Grigson, West Monroe; Linda Parker; Adam White, 20, Ruston Anniversary Randy and Debbie McKinnie, married 39 years, Sterlington Friday The Family History Club meets at 2 p.m. at the Snyder Museum at Bastrop.

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

KLFY-TV Lafayette

1 killed after pickup truck veers off I-10 in La.

Louisiana State Police say a 47-year-old Illinois woman has died in a single vehicle accident on Interstate 10 in Acadia Parish.

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Tue Jul 15, 2014

The Times

Shreveport police bats have flown

In an effort to eradicate the mess and odor left by bats that made a home inside a section of the Shreveport Police Department, workers began removing the interior side of a wall on the second floor of the department's assembly room Tuesday, according to the consultant responsible for the project.

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Sun Jul 13, 2014

Daily World

Judge Hebert remembered as fair, compassionate

The death last week of St. Landry Parish's 27th Judicial Court Judge Donald Hebert prompted fond remembrances during the recent Crime Stoppers Banquet.

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Sat Jul 12, 2014

The Advocate

Cool summer art will be on display at Art Melt

Step out of July's heat and melt into the coolness of summer art with the opening of Forum 35 annual "Art Melt."

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Fri Jul 11, 2014

The Times

Ark-La-Tex Sports Museum to induct six

Standouts in prep and college football coaching, professional baseball, women's collegiate basketball, weightlifting and sports writing are the selectees to the 2014 Ark-La-Tex Sports Museum of Champions.

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Daily World

Retired judge to speak on Louisiana law

Retired Judge Robert Brinkman will speak on Spanish and French Law during the Colonial Period of Louisiana during Saturday's local history program.

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The News-Star

Hometown News

Birthdays Milan Arpino, 15, Monroe; Debbie Frost; Connor Reitzell, 1, Monroe; Collin Shively, Ruston Belated Jessey Thomas, 3, West Monroe; Susan Worley, West Monroe Saturday The Northeast Louisiana National Guard Retirees Association meets at 11:45 a.m. at Catfish Charlie's, 2329 Louisville Ave., Monroe Contact Sgt.

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The Times

10 things to do this weekend

The holiday weekend has passed us by but that's no reason to stay indoors. Here are 10 things happening on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Shreveport-Bossier City.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

KLFY-TV Lafayette

Saltwater eating flesh bacteria

In the summer, the sun heats up Louisiana waters unfortunately making it the perfect breeding ground for bacteria.

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NOLA.com

Christwood's Atrium Gallery features Robert Warrens' whimisical wetlands works

For a painting to feel finished to renowned artist Robert Warrens, it must sing to him.

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The Advocate

Senate leader suggests highway funding fixes

The chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee said Wednesday that the state should consider a wide range of short-term steps to ease Louisiana's road funding woes.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

The Advocate

Ascension council punts on sewer rate increase resolution

The Ascension Parish Council balked Wednesday at making a sweeping request of state regulators to block future sewer rate increases in the parish, fearing the resolution might hinder private investment in the sewer companies.

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NOLA.com

Senate votes for study on whether to make Plaquemines Parish historic sites a national park

The Senate Wednesday passed legislation directing a study into the feasibility of designating historic forts and other sites in Plaquemines Parish along the Lower Mississippi River as part of the National Park Service.

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NOLA.com

Tasman to head Louisiana Conference of Catholic Bishops, newspaper reports

Robert M. Tasman has been named executive director of the Louisiana Conference of Catholic Bishops, according to the Clarion Herald.

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NOLA.com

Louisiana gas tax among the cheapest, organization reports

Louisiana has one of the cheapest gas taxes in the country, according to the American Petroleum Institute.

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The Times

Dropping oil, gas industry preference would cut taxes for all

Eliminating a series of preferences granted to the oil and gas industry would result in a property tax cut for everyone who pays it, says the chairman of the Louisiana Assessors Association' Oil and Gas Committee.

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