Last Thursday, Gov. Bobby Jindal stopped by the Duck Commander headquarters in West Monroe, La., to present the inaugural Governor’s Award for Entrepreneurial Excellence to Duck Commander and the Robertson family.
Agents discuss what the laws are and what the businesses can do to help serve alcohol responsibly. Agents then look for minors in possession of alcohol before, during and after the parades. Underage individuals are sent inside the businesses located along the parade routes to try and purchase alcohol.
According to Brown, you can check for head lice or nits by parting the hair in several spots. You can use a magnifying glass and a bright light to help spot them. Because head lice can move fast, it may be easier to spot the nits.
The trial of Shelley R. Callahan, 49, of Clinton, Mo., was postponed last week because of the inclement weather. The trial ended last Friday, Feb. 14, with the jury returning the guilty verdict after deliberating for approximately 30 minutes..
The clearinghouse would help improve roadway safety by making it easier to determine whether a truck or bus driver is prohibited from operating a commercial motor vehicle for failing to comply with federal drug and alcohol regulations, including mandatory testing.
Your first move? If you see a person collapse like that, someone who is not responsive and not breathing normally, you should first call 911 and then start cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR). But the next step is to look for the nearest AED and use it on the spot.
“While we are always striving for lower boating incidents and fatalities, we are happy to report this record low for boating fatalities for 2013,” said Cpl. Jeff Mayne, head of the LDWF Enforcement Division.
Guest fly-tiers who will demonstrate their skills and techniques include Mark Pinsel of Hammond, La.; Bill Heugel of Hemphill, Texas; Fred Hannie of Lake Charles, La.; Glen “Catch” Cormier of Cotile, La.; and Beverly Vidrine, Bo Bose, Ray Boudreaux, Barry Dauphin and Paige Babineaux, all of Louisiana.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) announced that the reward has been increased to $15,000 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for shooting two whooping cranes found in Jefferson Davis Parish on Feb.