As we get ready to celebrate the nation’s birthday on Monday, we have a big weekend ahead of us.
Louisiana has been on the road toward expansion of its Medicaid program since Gov. John Bel Edwards was elected in November.
There are hundreds of boards, commissions and task forces that come under the state’s oversight.
Gov. John Bel Edwards has promised to scrutinize potential property tax breaks for new and expanding industrial plants more closely rather than simply acting as a rubber stamp as the governor’s office has done in the past.
The Bayou Community Foundation has announced its annual grants to local nonprofits, and the money will go a long way toward making our area a better place to live.
Just about everyone in south Louisiana knows that we are close to the Gulf of Mexico and that we face a high risk of flooding.
Cheers — Football is in the air
Cheers — Taking office
Cheers — Veterans, family members reconnect
The liberal media are to blame for much of the political turmoil in America.
On Wednesday the Finance Committee of the Lafourche Parish School Board will introduce a motion to allow the school board attorney to begin researching the possibility of reducing the size of the School Board from 15 to nine members.
The British vote to leave the EU (Brexit) stunned many countries. Leaders could not understand the vote.
Aaron E.L. Caillouet, one of the finest residents of Lafourche Parish, died on June 19.
The Yulin dog-meat festival is condemned internationally and by many people in China itself — and rightly so. For most of us, the idea of killing, cooking, and eating dogs — the same animals we consider family — is repulsive.
I'm a rather simple person. I look at the fiscal mess that we have allowed to be created in our great state because we keep sending the same idiots back to fix the mess they created.
At a time when so much negative attention is focused on a few depraved members of law enforcement, it is important for us to remember that the vast majority of law enforcement officers are kind, decent individuals who have dedicated their lives to...
- Fatherless on Father's Day
- That cellphone in the back seat
- Does this guy sound like a president?
- How to pay for free college tuition
- Playing the political correctness card
- Climate change martyrs? I don't think so
- A slap on the wrist?
- Was Cardell Hayes standing his ground?
- How many board members do we need?
- Latching onto the latest buzzwords
- Making sense of some recent stories
- This election should be a fun one
- It's the season of foolishness in Baton Rouge
- Are we the woman on the plane?
- So this is the best we could do
- Is the death penalty worth what we are losing?