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February 06 07:10 AM
The study by Auburn University Professor C. Robert Taylor, Ph.D., demonstrates that COOL did not cause declines in Canadian and Mexican livestock exports to the U.S., but was implemented at the same time that the recession reduced consumer demand for higher-priced cuts of meat.
February 06 07:10 AM
“We are always looking for opportunities to save the city some money” said Mayor Ollie Tyler. “We will continue to seek dollars and efficiencies in every aspect of our business. It’s what our citizens expect and deserve.”.
February 06 07:10 AM
The Biomedical Research Foundation of North Louisiana (Biomed) is doing a great job —- if one does not believe that, just ask Biomed. But if a taxpayer wants more information to make a self-determination of just how well Biomed is spending tax dollars — well, good luck.
January 30 12:19 PM
“I want our citizens to know that we are looking at every way possible to create efficiencies and provide fiscal savings where we can,” Tyler said. “I am working to build a dedi cated and talented team to develop and implement strategies that will be beneficial for our city and the citizens we serve.
January 30 12:19 PM
Well, here we go again. Big banks and major insurance companies are “high-fiving” each other after they won big in Washington last month. We thought lawmakers had learned an expensive lesson after the financial crash in 2008 that led to massive bailouts at taxpayer’s expense.
January 30 07:34 AM
BATON ROUGE, La. – The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospital’s (DHH) Bureau of Minority Health Access and Promotions and the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports kicks off its Own Your Own Health (OYOH) Challenge Monday, Jan. 26. OYOH is a comprehensive program helping participants take control of their health.
January 30 07:34 AM
“I want our citizens to know that we are looking at every way possible to create efficiencies and provide fiscal savings where we can,” Tyler said. “I am working to build a dedi cated and talented team to develop and implement strategies that will be beneficial for our city and the citizens we serve.
January 30 07:34 AM
Well, here we go again. Big banks and major insurance companies are “high-fiving” each other after they won big in Washington last month. We thought lawmakers had learned an expensive lesson after the financial crash in 2008 that led to massive bailouts at taxpayer’s expense.

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