With no real opposition to speak of yet for the fall ballot and a battle-ready war chest in the wings just in case someone gets froggy in Baton Rouge, Attorney General Jeff Landry has been quietly
I got my flu shot early in the fall. I got the flu last week.
Statewide elections are six months away, so after ignoring Louisiana’s outrageously high insurance rates for the past three years, legislators are running for cover.
As much as 22 percent of Louisiana’s elected clerks of court may be retiring next year, meaning there will be several open seats this fall for what has become one of the most coveted local jobs aro
We know that sugar for coffee often ran short — not to mention coffee itself — and that there was lack of rubber for tires during World War II, but we don’t hear so much about the wartime shortage