North Louisiana is incredibly fortunate to have an academic medical center in our backyard. Most cities of Shreveport/Bossier’s size do not have a teaching hospital, medical and allied health professional schools like LSUHSC-Shreveport.
Maybe the inquiry could be better stated as “Does the U.S. Constitution apply to judges in Louisiana, or more particularly, in Northwest Louisiana?” This question reads like a true/false on an eighth-grade civics lesson.
This week, the U.S. Senate acted in bipartisan spirit to approve the Agriculture Reform, Food and Jobs Act – a balanced, comprehensive bill that will drive continued growth in rural America. The House of Representatives now has another important opportunity to stand with rural America and pass their version of a bill.
Louisiana Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF) Commissioner Mike Strain, D.V.M., is urging Louisiana homeowners to hire only licensed landscape horticulturists, arborists and landscape irrigation contractors when doing major landscaping work at their homes or businesses.
Temptations are sort of like fleas in that respect. James, the half-brother of our Lord urges us (James 1:2-3) to give thanks for the testing and temptation we encounter. They don’t come from God, but even they serve Him all the same..
In the first case reported on tristatehomepage.com, a 2-yearold child was taken to the Owensboro Hospital in Owensboro, Ky., on Sunday, June 9, for chemical burns to her mouth. The little girl was taken to the hospital by her mother, 23-year-old Racheal Arroyo and her boyfriend, Jared McStoots, 20.
The Shreveport City Council travel policy is very open-ended: “City council members will approve their travel.” The policy restricts travel requests to what “has been budgeted for training and travel.” The budget submitted by each council member “may include two educational sessions (e.
On June 7, Gov. Bobby Jindal signed a pair of bills that strengthen public safety by protecting communities and college campuses across Louisiana from known sex offenders. Both pieces of legislation are part of the governor’s 2013 Legislative Package..
Our farmers and ranchers are the most productive on earth, largely due to their innovation and their ability to adapt to new challenges. As new threats emerge for American agriculture, USDA will be there to provide assistance – and this week, we announced new steps to help producers create solutions to meet modern environmental threats.
First, we produced a balanced budget that invests in our priorities, doesn’t raise taxes and includes nearly $70 million in increased funding for K-12 education. Much of this increased education funding will go toward pay raises for our teachers.