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Gonzales, Louisiana is located in Ascension Parish. Zip codes in Gonzales, LA include 70707, and 70737. The median home price in Gonzales is $189,900 which is roughly $107/per square foot. More Gonzales information.

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1 min ago | WBRZ

Loar announces run for Ascension Parish president

Loar made the announcement at a Gonzales caf Tuesday morning. He's served two terms on the council, and was elected as council chairman three times before stepping down to focus on his parish president run.

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7 hrs ago | Lucianne.com

Conviction Politician

Gonzales, La. The last time I saw Edwin Edwards, he was breaking the law. It was 14 years ago, in the cafeteria of the Russell B. Long federal courthouse in Baton Rouge, where a portrait of Russell's dad Huey-the Kingfish himself-kept watch over the lobby.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

WAFB-TV Baton Rouge

Plans move forward for new Ascension Parish Government Complex

Plans are moving forward in Ascension Parish on a new governmental complex that officials say will create a one stop shop for residents and accommodate the parish's growth.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

The Advocate

Gonzales man, 22, killed in Ascension Parish crash

A Gonzales man died when the car he was riding in was involved in a crash with another vehicle on La.

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WAFB-TV Baton Rouge

Bike-A-Thon held for two children hit by car

People got on their bikes for a Bike-A-Thon, in memory of Daylon, 6, and Sarai, 9, Lanus.

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The Advocate

Chris Loar, left, Clint Cointment, center and Tommy Martinez

Still more than a year from qualifying, the 2015 election to succeed four-term Ascension Parish President Tommy Martinez is starting to gather some momentum.

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The Advocate

Former Ascension Parish fleet employee booked in fuel theft

A former Ascension Parish fleet management employee has been arrested on theft and other counts and is accused of stealing more than $7,200 in gasoline, though sheriff's investigators think the thefts could end up costing as much as $50,000.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

The Advocate

Canal digging projects, pump station improvements to reduce Ascension flooding

The first batch of new drainage improvements Ascension Parish officials say could help lessen future flooding from the kind of intense rains that fell in late May and early June are expected to cost nearly $10 million.

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The Advocate

BR man sought in Gonzales aggravated assault

Gonzales police are seeking a Baton Rouge man whom witnesses said fired several shots into a Hamilton Street home Wednesday morning.

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

The Weekly Standard

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The Advocate

King of swamp pop Don Rich looks up to musical legends

"Swamp pop evolved when the earlier Cajun people put down their fiddles and accordions and picked up keyboards and saxophones.

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The Advocate

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Derek LeBlanc's high-voltage moves, megawatt smile and precision steps helped him win the sixth annual Dancing for a Cause fundraiser.

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Wed Jul 16, 2014

The Advocate

Smiley: See how they grow

"On one visit in 1945, my sister asked him why he did that, and he told her it made things grow.

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The Advocate

Three sentenced to life in prison in 2013 slaying in Sorrento

Three men convicted of second-degree murder in the January 2013 slaying of Baton Rouge man Gerald "Butta" Wilkins in Sorrento have received mandatory life sentences, attorneys said Tuesday.

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Tue Jul 15, 2014

The Advocate

1st Circuit Court of Appeal stays ruling in negligent homicide case

The Louisiana 1st Circuit Court of Appeal stayed a ruling Tuesday that, less than 24 hours earlier, had ordered a Donaldsonville man to serve out an unfulfilled two-year prison sentence stemming from a 19-year-old negligent homicide conviction in Ascension Parish.

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Mon Jul 14, 2014

The Advocate

Gonzales road study dead, but amendments may keep budget controversy alive

The controversial attempt by three of the city's five councilmen to fund an $800,000 Interstate 10 service road study is dead.

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The Advocate

19 years after fatal crash, Donaldsonville man ordered to prison

A divided three-judge state appeals court panel ordered Monday that a Donaldsonville man serve his original two-year prison sentence from a July 1995 negligent homicide conviction in Ascension Parish, overturning a district court ruling last year that had suspended the sentence.

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WBRZ

Gonzales PD looking for hospital purse thief

Police asked for the public's help Monday identifying a woman who was caught on camera stealing a purse from a Gonzales hospital.

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Sun Jul 13, 2014

The Advocate

Advocate staff photo by Richard Alan Hannon -- The new regional...

Mayor Barney Arceneaux looked stunned, and the atmosphere in the packed meeting room grew charged April 28 when Councilman Gary Lacombe proposed reworking the city budget - including slashing new spending for the police and fire departments - to funnel $800,000 to study a proposed Interstate 10 service road.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

The Advocate

Ascension moving ahead with new administrative complex

Ascension Parish government officials are going forward with a nearly $6.5 million administrative complex though bids came in almost $1.5 million more expensive than planned.

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