Paddle-wheel boats ran on the Louisiana bayous until the 1940s, although by that time most of them had been converted from steam power to diesel engines. Probably the last of them was the V.J.
Dust off an old college lit textbook, and you’ll find that rivers have been symbols for many things. Writers have made rivers represent the slow, unstoppable passage of time.
BATON ROUGE — There was a time when anyone, even a reporter, could stroll up to the Louisiana Governor’s Mansion and knock on the front door.
While a proposed hike in the state’s gasoline tax has been hogging the limelight in terms of transportation chatter at the Capitol, members of the House panel that has oversight of the broader poli
BATON ROUGE, — If Gov.