On the first Friday of each October, pirogues, canoes and kayaks of every description crowd the headwaters of Bayou Teche for the beginning of a 135-mile, three-day race down the bayou almost to th
Gov. John Bel Edwards’ business roundtable meetings are continuing across the state and he has about three remaining on his schedule.
But to what end? What will come of this process?
BATON ROUGE — A decade of near-constant financial problems has taught Louisiana officials to assume the worst, be leery of good news and always look to the next shortfall.
Sammy Roberson was a smallish guy, or so I remember him. I never saw Sammy when he wasn’t behind the wheel of his car.
With major hurricanes recently hitting Florida and Texas, and since some parts of Louisiana are still cleaning up after last year’s torrential rains, many property owners in the Bayou State are ask