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January 17 10:17 AM
It’s been a long time since a candidate for a local judgeship had a lock on the coveted black robe a year in advance, or for that matter, 11 months before the election. But that’s the case for Caddo Assistant District Attorney Karelia Stewart, who is poised to be the third member of the Stewart clan to sit on the Caddo bench.
January 17 10:17 AM
When I finally had to admit the truth to myself, I resolved not to let anyone else find out. After all, being sick is for someone else, and the whole thing seemed personally embarrassing. The symptoms got worse, so my next decision was to revamp the old proverb “Non-physician, heal thyself.
January 17 10:17 AM
Whenever I think that I have heard the worst of the worst when it comes to meth, another truly evil event occurs that shakes me to the core. It happened again this week. The following is graphic and sickening, and please do not read if you have a tender heart.
January 10 11:58 AM
The actual event occurred in Iggy’s Bar & Grill in Salem, Ore., on the Sunday before Christmas, but the story began elsewhere. Marion County Sheriff’s deputies began receiving calls around 1 p.m. complaining about a man acting “bizarrely” in the 9000 block of Brooklake Road Northeast.
January 10 11:58 AM
They had three children. Connie was holding Eric, their youngest. Emily, their middle child, was playing around Randy’s feet. We were missing Ellie, their oldest, who was 8. I presumed she was probably outside running around in the parking lot, as it was still light during that time of the year.
January 10 11:58 AM
When Mike Foster was governor, the state's budget was $12 billion. It was $19 billion under Gov. Blanco. Today, it's $25.3 billion. Over this time, Louisiana's population has grown little, and inflation has been low. This notwithstanding, funding for Louisiana post-secondary education has been cut to the bone.
December 27 09:02 AM
BATON ROUGE, La. — Hours before Christmas, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a new legal brief in the Obama Administration’s lawsuit against Louisiana’s school choice program, suggesting that the government should be handpicking schools for children based on race.

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