Tuesday Mar 4
Voter registration ends Wednesday
If you are not yet registered to vote and want to cast your ballot in the April 5 election, Wednesday is the deadline.
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Mon Mar 03, 2014
Bayou Tech Brewing's Saison D'Ecrivisses brewed specifically to drink with crawfish
Videolicious clip of Bayou Teche owner Karlos Knott descriping Saison D'Ecrevisses, a seasonal beer brewed specifically for enjoying with crawfish.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Two St. Landry Parish residents graduate from ag leadership program
Two St. Landry Parish residents are among 24 new graduates of the LSU AgCenter's Agricultural Leadership Development program Barret Olivier and Mardell Sibley where among students from throughout the state in the 13th graduating class honored this week at the Nottoway Plantation in White Castle by AgCenter administrators.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
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Teen pleads not guilty to fatal Jockey Lot shooting
The Lafayette teenager indicted in the death of an Arnaudville man has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder.
St. Landry Parish mayors support library coalition
A proposal to create a parishwide library system has not been well received by the St. Landry Parish Council, but it may be gaining support from the parish's mayors.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
St. Landry Parish Daily Arrest Report
Matthew Earl Thibodeaux, age 26, 146 Mayer Lane, Arnaudville, La, driving while intoxicated - 1st offense, improper left turn, open container.
Precast concrete company breaks ground
It is just a cow pasture now, but a $4.5 million precast concrete plant will soon rise from the site on La.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Eddy LeCompte to run for Arnaudville Police Chief
Eddy LeCompte, a retired Jefferson Parish sheriff's deputy and native of Arnaudville, has announced his intention to run for the position of Arnaudville chief of police.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
* Michael James Casse, 35, 17455 La. 105, Melville, possession of marijuana, no seat belt and violation of a drug-free zone.
Three of four election races attract candidates
Three of the four offices up for election on the April 5 ballot in St. Landry have drawn multiple candidates.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Qualifying for four vacant offices ends today
There are four offices up for election on the April 5 ballot, but only one is drawing much attention.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
St. Landry authorities arrest 12 in drug raid
A pre-dawn raid Thursday by St. Landry Parish law enforcement agencies netted 12 arrests, illegal drugs and hundreds of dollars in ill-gotten profits, officials said.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Election qualifying starts today
This year will see the largest number of elections in more than a decade. Although elections for mayors, police chiefs and aldermen in all 12 municipalities, as well as school board sits, parish judges and the district attorney will be on the November ballot, a special election to fill four currently vacant positions will be held in April.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
Pam's Party Line for Feb. 12, 2014
Trips to the French Alps and Arnaudville were shared with members and guests of the Friends of French Studies at LSU at the group's 17th annual dinner meeting Jan. 30 at the Baton Rouge Country Club.
Dr. Glynn Granger inducted into Order of Living Legends
Opelousas physician Glynn Granger will be inducted into the Order of Living Legends at the Acadian Museum Feb. 22. The Living Legends series, hosted by the museum, honors individuals who have helped shape and define Cajun culture.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
St. Landry tax collections see sluggish start
According to figures released by the school board, which tracks sales tax numbers for the parish, collections in January dropped by $355,100, or 5.7 percent, when compared to the same month the year before.