We pride ourselves as Americans in our lifestyle choices. The right to freedom of choice, protecting our individual assertion of free will, and deciding just how we want to live our lives.
The guests at Tuesday’s Franklin City Council meeting confirmed that October will be a busy month for the city.
Thibodaux police are seeking the public's help to locate a Morgan City man who's accused of attacking an ex-girlfriend, knocking her unconscious, and striking a child in the face during the inciden
Lakewood Foundation Inc. recently donated $155,000 to the nursing program at Nicholls State University. Seated, from left, are Jodi Adams, scholarship chairwoman of Lakewood Foundation; B.A. “Red” Adams Sr., president of Lakewood Foundation; and Bruce Murphy, president of Nicholls State University. Standing, Lynn Gillete, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs; Sue Westbrook, dean of Nursing and Allied Health; Greg Roussel , treasurer of Lakewood Foundation; R.E. “Bob” Miller, vice president of Lakewood Foundation; and Jeremy Becker, executive director of Nicholls Foundation. (Submitted)
Lakewood Foundation Inc. recently donated $155,000 to the nursing program at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Seated, from left, are B.A. “Red” Adams Sr., president of Lakewood Foundation; Gail Poirrier, dean and professor of the Louisiana-Lafayette’s College of Nursing and Allied Health Professions. Standing, Jodi Adams, scholarship chairwoman of Lakewood Foundation; Kathy Rosenberg, director of development for colleges at Louisiana-Lafayette; and Greg Roussel, treasurer of Lakewood Foundation. (Submitted)
Two nursing schools in the region recently received a total of over $300,000 in donations from a Morgan City-based foundation after the board decided to dissolve the organization.
St. Mary community action agency and Food for families program Distributing commodities