Hicks awarded $1,300 as a disgorgement to be refunded to Wheeler. He also awarded $10,000 as damages under the equity power of Section 105, payable to Wheeler. Hicks awarded another $30,000 in punitive damages payable to Wheeler and another $10,000 as sanctions for contempt payable to the Clerk of Court, and reasonable attorney fees.
For the first time in 14 years, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries will increase its license fees for recreational saltwater fishing from $15 to $22.50 on Aug. 1. The increase places Louisiana firmly in the middle of saltwater license fees among Gulf States.
Juvenile arthritis is one of the most common chronic illnesses affecting children. In fact, nearly 300,000 youngsters nationwide have been diagnosed with the disease. The most common symptoms include joint pain, inflammation (swelling), tenderness and stiffness.
According to evidence presented at the guilty plea, the defendant used his employer’s debit card and personal identification number to make approximately 200 withdrawals totaling $59,602 from May 2012 to July 2013 from banks across northwest Louisiana.
At his inauguration party in 2006, newly minted Shreveport Mayor Cedric Glover started the festivities with a celebratory announcement “Well, here we are ...” He was, of course, referred to his narrow victory over Jerry Jones and his election as Shreveport's first African American mayor.
As a believer, what should you hate? Satan should be the con stant target of your hatred. You should also hate sin. Sin is the reason your Savior had to die such a heinous death. And then, you should hate the system. And what is the system? That is the "world" and its values.
Shady Grove will use the money for a resistance chair exercise system, said Clay Bohanon, Bossier Department of Parks and Recreation director. Shalon Lewis, recreation manager at Valencia Park, said the $500 will be used to buy copies of The Race: Life’s Greatest Lesson.
“By enrolling with LaHIE, University Health System soon will be connected with the larger health-care community throughout the state, bringing a new level of care, safety and savings to the patients they serve,” said Cindy Munn, chief executive officer of the Quality Forum.
"EGSL began providing credits to its customers with the first billing cycle in June 2014 as required by the commission," Skrmetta said. "I believe the benefit of the full credit should be received by customers as soon as possible to have the most effect during the warmest months of the year, instead of stretching out the credits over several months.