The e-mail from Kristi Carr addresses the fourth-grade parents and says, “I wanted to send a reminder that some of us parents will meet again tomorrow morning at 7:30 to pray for our children, their teachers and our school. It is very informal, and if you only have a couple of minutes, you can just drop in and leave when you need to.
The Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF) was notified of dying sassafras trees on a private landowner’s property in August. LDAF, members of USDA U.S. Forest Service (USFS) and Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) assessed the property near Bernice, La.
LSU School of Veterinary Medicine student handlers work with Mike VI throughout the summer to get him ready to load into his trailer for LSU Tiger home football games. However, being an adult male tiger, he does not always comply. Because of this, he may not attend all home games this season.
If you currently have this app on your iPhone, please install the current update. This will remove any outdated content while the department develops a new, more user-friendly version that will provide accurate, season-specific information and regulations.
Louisiana Tax Amnesty 2014 continues through 11:59 p.m. on Nov. 14. During the amnesty program, delinquent taxpayers and non-filers can bring their accounts up to date by paying 100 percent of taxes owed, all applicable fees and 50 percent of applied interest.
So, they thought they had Jesus on the horns of a dilemma, but, as they soon found out, Jesus was never on the horns of a dilemma. In response to this question, He said, “Render, therefore, unto Caesar the things which are Caesar’s; and unto God the things that are God’s” (Matthew 22:21).
a study that found nearly two in every three Louisiana workers had either seen or experienced age discrimination in the workplace. Unfortunately, almost 20 percent of those surveyed said that they weren’t hired for a job due to their age, and nearly 10 percent told us they had been laid off or fired because of their age.
Everyone who has lived in Shreveport for a few years — well, almost everyone — knows of the Barnwell. Officially, it is the R.S. Barnwell Memorial Garden and Art Center, and for many years, it was the focal point of the Clyde Fant Parkway.
Greg Young and his wife, Jackie, own a home at 2209 North Cross Drive in Blanchard; the residence is not in the Shreveport city limits. The house has an assessed value of $450,000. They both have filed for the $75,000 parish homestead exemption on this home.
Immediately, fans, in true J.R Ewing-style, prepared for the fight to have the show put back on television. Social media sites and petitions sprang up, along with not only trying to get TNT to have a change of heart but also pleading with other networks to pick up the show.