Business

Franklinton Chamber of Commerce continues to grow

By Kevin Speakman The Franklinton Chamber of Commerce assembled at Sugar Shack in Franklinton for their monthly meeting ...

News

Distracted driving causes thousands of Louisiana crashes each year

April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission reminds everyone to “Buckle Up, Phone Down.” ...

News

Coastal restoration could get more funding from possible ballot measure

By Steve Wilson | The Center Square A ballot measure could decide whether federal royalties on alternative energy production ...

News

Banning school mandates for COVID-19 vaccines to get a floor vote

By Steve Wilson | The Center Square Prohibiting requirements of a COVID-19 vaccine in all Louisiana schools, public ...

Local

Washington voters choose Sims as next district attorney

Washington Parish voters on Saturday picked Collin Sims for their new district attorney with a 52 percent majority. ...

Business

Higgins: SBA has approved disaster request for crawfish farmers

U.S. Congressman Clay Higgins, R-La., said the Small Business Administration has approved Gov. Jeff Landry’s drought disaster declaration ...

Local

Saturday’s Presidential Primary is a closed primary

By Rita LeBleu Are you registered to vote as a Democrat, Republican, Independent, Green Party  or Libertarian? On ...

Business

Senate passes Kennedy bill to protect hydropower projects

The Senate passed legislation from U.S. Sens. John Kennedy and Bill Cassidy, both Louisiana Republicans, that would protect ...

Business

Louisiana attorney general leads coalition of 16 states against Biden’s attack on LNG

Louisiana Attorney General Liz Murrill is leading a coalition of 16 states in a lawsuit against President Joe ...

Local

Superintendent says progress evident in reading scores, more is needed

By Steve Wilson | The Center Square Spotlighting growth for fourth grade reading scores, Louisiana Superintendent Cade Brumley told a ...

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