BATON ROUGE, LA - The State Bond Commission approved $214 million for projects statewide and approved more than $1.3 million in interest savings at its December 15 meeting, according to State Treasurer John Kennedy..
Auditors also found that LWC did not manage requests to modify the computer system, increasing the risk of errors and overpayments, and did not fully test security over the new system by not appropriately restricting administrative access or properly monitoring system activity.
The statewide youth and physically challenged hunter weekend for private lands will be March 18-19. To access additional information on turkey season, review the 2016-17 Louisiana Hunting Regulations booklet at www.wlf.louisiana.gov/.
“It is quite possible that this animal could be photographed on other trail cameras placed at deer feeders,” said Maria Davidson, LDWF’s large carnivore program manager. “It is unlikely this cougar will remain in any one area longer than it would take to consume a kill.
One of the main medications prescribed was Suboxone, which is used for opiate addiction. LeFleur issued the prescriptions from his personal residence in Delhi, La.; from the Louisiana Health Center in Rayville, La.; and from his Suboxone Clinic in Rayville, La.
The District collected $8,839,501.29 in criminal actions and $3,757,876.02 in civil actions. Working with various other offices and components of the Department of Justice, the Western District of Louisiana collected an additional $1,973.20. The U.S.
The primary parishes included under the designation are Concordia, East Carroll, Grant, Jackson, LaSalle, Morehouse, Natchitoches, Ouachita, Rapides, Sabine, Vernon, West Carroll and Winn/ In accordance with Section 321(a) of the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act, additional areas were named as contiguous disaster parishes.
BATON ROUGE, La. — Small business optimism remained flat leading up to Election Day and then rocketed higher as business owners expected much better conditions under new leadership in Washington, according to a special edition of the National Federation of Independent Business’ months Index of Small Business Optimism, released Tuesday.
Evidence admitted at trial revealed that from Feb. 25, 2008, until April 30, 2014, Marler withdrew $100,610.57 from a deceased woman’s account. The woman was receiving the benefits on behalf of her deceased husband, who had served in the United States armed forces.