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Advocate staff photo by PAM BORDELON --- Women in Media --- At the annual Women in Media awards luncheon are, front, winner Nancy Malone; middle, winner Alexandrea DeLee, WIM Preisdent Kristi Howard, emcee Lauren Westbrook and winners Kristen Hogan, Amy Andrews, chef Celeste Gill and Jennifer Tormo; and, back, winners Laura Maggi, Libby Davis Murrell, Becky Sadler, Christina Persaud and Brandi Simmons. Advocate staff photo by PAM BORDELON --- Assembly tea --- Ready to welcome guests to the Baton Rouge Assembly's debutante tea are, from left, tea Co-chairwoman Tara Weinstein; leadership members Kyler Selser, Cathy Hall, Mary Beth Armstrong and Robin Patty; and tea Co-chairwomen Manette Sammons, Debbie Landry and Kim Powell. Comment?
Brown & Root Industrial Services has named Eddie Villeret as president of its turnaround services division and Clay LeBlanc as senior vice president of the division. Villeret was senior vice president of maintenance and turnarounds for Turner Industries Group, and LeBlanc was vice president. Comment?
Saying local officials won't do what needs to be done, a Louisiana House panel Wednesday advanced legislation that could give the state authority to take over the troubled water system in the small northeast Louisiana town of St. Joseph. For months the water coming out of the taps for the historic town's 1,100 residents has been varying shades of brown. Comment?
The Vermilionville St. Joseph's Altar display from March 2015 is pictured in the folk life museum's chapel. Photo by Erin Segura, Courtesy of Vermilionville; SUBMITTED PHOTO -- The Vermilionville St. Joseph's Altar display from March 2015 is pictured in the folk life museum's chapel. Comment?
The water quality disaster in Flint, Michigan, is deplorable. Many Louisiana residents, however, are unaware of the shameful situation in our own backyard in St. Joseph, in Tensas Parish. Comment?
Today in The Rundown: Gov. Edwards stands by unions; LSU students speak out about race; lawmakers seek transportation funding; and more. Countdowna Days until the Louisiana presidential primary: 30 Days until the 2016 regular Louisiana legislative session: 39* JBE: Gov. John Bel Edwards is sending a message to unions: They have a partner in the Governor's Office now. Comment?
Photo by MARK H. HUNTER -- The pastors of the 4th District Missionary Baptist Association gather at the front of Mount Zion First Baptist Church to lay hands on the group's new president and vice president as outgoing president/moderator the Rev. Dr. Jesse B. Bilberry Jr. prays for them. Comment?
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