There’s no record of what the ancient settlers of Louisiana thought about Louisiana’s live oaks, but poets and travelers have written about their majesty and beauty since they first arrived with pe
With the possibility of elections for treasurer, the Public Service Commission and the state House all appearing on the Oct.
Perhaps it is the baseball fan in me, but I am a traditionalist in many ways.
In days gone by, the Calcasieu River was jammed from top to bottom with pine logs in the early days of June.
Despite pleas to hold a hearing before the regular session ends, 19th Judicial District Court Judge William Morvant appears prepared to wait until August to address a lawsuit that questions the emp