Letter to the Editor: Louisiana is ranked last–again–in a report which cites an atmosphere of surging violent crime, poisonous industrial pollution and in series of studies listing Louisiana as the worst or among the worst states in key quality of life areas.
Homers Power LSU Past Demons
The Northwestern State baseball team – young and old – had its moments Tuesday night at Alex Box Stadium.
The No. 2-ranked LSU Tigers had a few more.
BASS Tournament at Grand Ecore
The 2023 BASS Tournament at Grand Ecore committee is expecting 240 boats for the College Division, and 200 boats for the High School/Junior Division.
Memory Of Brother Inspires NSU Pitcher
Whenever Kyle Froehlich runs in from the bullpen – at home or away, with his team leading or trailing – he never comes in alone.
Cleco Celebrates Employees for Line Mechanic Appreciation Day
April 18, 2023 – Cleco joins electrical companies across the nation to
celebrate National Line Mechanic Appreciation Day.
L.S.U. Women’s Team Beats Iowa, 102-85, to Win First N.C.A.A. Championship
At the start of the season, Kim Mulkey notified her players that there was something prominently missing from the rafters hanging above the Pete Maravich Center.
Cleco Offers Warmer Weather Electrical Safety Tips
Cleco encourages customers to be aware of their surroundings and stay away from overhead and buried power
lines when doing yard work during this warmer weather.
Gibson Leaves NSU For Austin Peay
After engineering a 13-win turnaround for the Northwestern State men’s basketball team, head coach Corey Gipson has resigned his position to accept the head coaching position at Austin Peay.
Most Endangered Places and Preservation Award Nominations due by 3/5/23
It’s time to submit your nominations for LTHP’s list of Most Endangered Places and the 2023 Louisiana Preservation Awards!
Macaroni Kid Mardi Fun Guide
Click on the image to get information on the area Mardi Gras celebrations from the Macaroni Kid Mardi Gras Fun Guide.
Guillory Announces For Lieutenant Governor
Former Senator Elbert Guillory will formally announce his candidacy for Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana on Thursday, February 9th at 3:30pm.
A Little Louisiana History – How Louisiana Became Spanish in 1762
The Historic New Orleans Collection continues its “Exhibition Shortcuts” YouTube series with a video that explores the factors that brought Louisiana under Spanish control.
Cleco Working To Restore Power Following Severe Weather
As of 4:30 p.m., 3,436 Cleco customers are without power due to
severe weather that continues to move across portions of the company’s service territory.
$200,000 IN HEALTH GRANTS FOR RURAL COMMUNITIES NOW AVAILABLE
Addressing Systemic Inequities to Reduce Tobacco (ASIRT), a program of Louisiana Public Health Institute (LPHI) is seeking to engage local community leaders, organizations, and residents in Black, rural communities (Ferriday, Jonesville, Lake Providence, Tallulah, Bastrop, Delhi, Opelousas, Kentwood, St. Joseph, and Newellton) to work towards addressing systemic inequities that drive high rates of tobacco use.
Tommy McLain brings Louisiana swamp pop to James Corden
Louisiana music hero and swamp pop pioneer Tommy McLain celebrated his first new album in 40+ years with an epic slice of bayou balladry on The Late Late Show with James Corden last night.
Nicholls State Beats McNeese in Wild Finish
What began as a slow-moving contest turned into a shoot-out Saturday at Nicholls’ Guidry Stadium as the Colonels rallied to beat McNeese 40-35 in Southland Conference action.
New Book Focuses on Traditional Healing in South Louisiana
The Acadian Museum of Erath is very pleased to announce that the long awaited book Healing Traditions of South Louisiana by Mary B. Perrin and Beverly Fuselier will be released to the public on Wednesday, October 19th at 10 am, at the French Quarter Visitor Center for Jean Lafitte National Historical Park & Preserve, 419 Decatur St., New Orleans, Louisiana.
Louisiana Author Ruth Laney’s New Book Set to Be Released
The book Cherie Quarters: The Place and the People That Inspired Ernest J. Gaines by Louisiana author Ruth Laney is set to be released on October 19, 2022
NSU Comeback Attempt Denied A Third Time
Two weeks in a row, the Northwestern State football team fought its way back from a double-figure deficit to find the win column.
2022 Louisiana Preservation Awards Announced
The Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation is proud to honor this year’s award recipients for their impactful efforts to save historic places, build pride and foster engagement in their communities.