• There's a new Captain America in town after the USA wins the World Cup; the bees' Burt dies; finance minister resigns after Greeks vote no and more national and international news for Monday, July 6, 2015 ...
  • More than a decade ago, Joey Durel and Terry Huval set off on a risky trek — bringing fiber tele-com to Lafayette. The city embraced the journey and has been on a promising trajectory since ...
  • Citywide WiFi for use by LUS Fiber customers is on the drawing board, LUS Director Terry Huval says. “We’re planning a phase-in of it, a slow phase-in.&rdquo ...
  • Pending court approval, settlement money will be used to resolve the Clean Water Act penalties; resolve natural resources damage claims; settle economic claims; and resolve economic damage claims of local governments ...
  • Lower the Confederate battle flag — from the official places of reverence across the Deep South, from your front porch and the back window of your pickup, from your bumpers and dorm rooms and belt buckles and ball caps ...
  • Born in Chicago and raised in Arizona and California, Walter Brown moved to Lafayette in 1990 and was instrumental in helping the Hub City finally express the robust theater arts that had been bubbling beneath the surface for decades when it was more ...
  • It’s been a general rule of mine over the years that if a restaurant has a specific dish in the name, you don’t order anything other than that dish and expect a positive result ...
  • Even Son Do, owner and proprietor of Do’s Deli in the South College Shopping Center, can’t quite explain what took so long for banh mi to truly arrive in Lafayette ...
  • Ain’t no size 2s around here ...
Tom Aswell says Bobby's campaign advisers are stooges, Gill writes about our inability to execute each other, and a guy in Texas is killed by alligators - yikes! ...

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There's a new Captain America in town after the USA wins the World Cup; the bees' Burt dies; finance minister resigns after Greeks vote no and more national and international news for Monday, July 6, 2015 ...
Tom Aswell says Bobby's campaign advisers are stooges, Gill writes about our inability to execute each other, and a guy in Texas is killed by alligators - yikes! ...
Shark attack victim feels lucky to be alive; woman dies of measles in Washington State; Greece prepares for vote on creditors' conditions and more national and international news for Friday, July 3, 2015 ...
Pending court approval, settlement money will be used to resolve the Clean Water Act penalties; resolve natural resources damage claims; settle economic claims; and resolve economic damage claims of local governments ...
Former lobbyist joined the state economic development group in 2012 ...
Taxable sales in Lafayette Parish hit the $2 billion mark through April, keeping pace with last year’s tally ...

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