13 hrs ago
The Town Talk
Tribute to Alexandria's late Richard Gwartney set for this weekend
Make new memories, and savor old ones this weekend in Cenla. Revisit the days of Alexandria theater, when the late Richard Gwartney was at the helm or at the heart of many of the productions.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
UL Lafayette and LSUE Announce New Partnership
Beginning this fall, the Ragin' Cajun Bridge Program at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette will be available to students enrolled at Louisiana State University at Eunice as part of a new partnership between the schools.
Good policy for Cassidy to reject continuing Ex-Im Bank
Jeffrey D. Sadow is an associate professor of political science at Louisiana State University Shreveport.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
The Daily Advertiser
Engagement: Jennifer Habetz & William Hetzel
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Curtis R. Hoffpauir and the late Mr. and Mrs. H. Leo Habetz, Jr. of Crowley.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Physics: Wave of the future
In the Louisiana swamps just east of Baton Rouge, the daily hunt for gravitational waves cannot really get started until well after noon.
From 'Duck Dynasty' to 'Duck & Dressing' Korie Robertson brings you fashion
The women of " Duck Dynasty " Korie Robertson and daughter Rebecca Robertson are taking a break from the Duck Commander business and is running a successful boutique in West Monroe, La.
Renowned Orthopedic Surgeon, James R. Andrews, MD, recieves top AOSSM Honor
James R. Andrews, M.D., orthopedic sports medicine leader and past AOSSM President, was presented on Saturday, July 12th, with the 2014 Robert E. Leach Mr. Sports Medicine Award during the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine's Annual Meeting in Seattle.
32 Years After Plane Crash, 'Miracle Baby' Missy Trahan Is a Mom
Melissa "Missy" Trahan was just 16 months old when she was rescued from the rubble of Pan Am Flight 759 in Kenner, Louisiana, on July 9, 1982.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Court upholds affirmative action
The University of Texas at Austin can continue using affirmative action in its admission policies, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit ruled Tuesday.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Seven members of new BISD Board of managers named
Commissioner of Education Michael Williams Monday announced his appointments to a seven-member board of managers for the Beaumont Independent School District .
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Officials: January LSU-Law Center merger on track
Officials with Louisiana State University and its Paul M. Hebert Law Center say their merger could be complete by Jan. 1. Law Center Chancellor Jack Weiss says realignment plans are before the American Bar Association, one of two groups that would have to approve the new status.
Americans Flee Gaza Amid Unrest
At 7 a.m. local time Sunday, 144 American citizens waiting to evacuate the Gaza Strip boarded buses at a United Nations compound and headed for the border with Israel.
Parents of the bride are Reynolds Trippett Faulk III and Dr. Jane Everist Faulk of Monroe.
The Town Talk
Central Louisiana Personnel File
Crain was elected by his peers in the LSU Council of Student Body Presidents to represent the system.
The Town Talk
Dan Howard: ROTC returns as program at LSU-Alexandria campus
Americans enjoy many freedoms that have been achieved through the sacrifices of men and women serving in the United States military.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Is Bourbon Street authentic? New Orleans scholar makes case in grand, new history
Visiting Bourbon Street is easy: millions do it very year. But reading about the famed New Orleans thoroughfare rarely has been rewarding - at least until the appearance of Richard Campanella's "Bourbon Street: A History."
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Customer Interaction Solutions
Lisa Traina to Discuss Cyber Security at LSU's July Breakfast to Business
BATON ROUGE, La., July 9 -- Louisiana State University issued the following news release: Lisa Traina, president of Traina & Associates, will be the next speaker in LSU Executive Education's Breakfast to Business series.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Marcia Ball to bring her 'boogie-woogie, R&B, Professor Longhair polyrhythmic rumba boogie...
If you've got it in your head that the blues is just one, simple genre of music, usually done by a guy with a guitar singing about his little red rooster, then please meet Marcia Ball.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Delta Farm Press
Big farm bill decisions coming up for rice producers
Most observers - and USDA analysts - believe farmers planted more acres of rice in 2014.
'It's still a long journey to freedom'
Johnny Ray James of Louisiana boarded a yellow school bus Wednesday morning and took a seat behind his heroes -- Freedom Riders and other veterans of the civil rights movement who traveled to the South 50 years ago on a mission to battle segregation.