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Monthly Archives: August 2012
1 a.m. – Isaac just west of Baton Rouge Show caption As of 1 a.m. the center of Tropical Storm Isaac was located near Latitude 30.5 north, Longitude 91.3 west and is about 10 miles west-southwest of Baton Rouge. The … Continue reading
Shelters in Louisiana Advocate staff report Ascension Parish Shelters open at 5 a.m. Tuesday at Donaldsonville and Dutchtown high schools. Assumption Parish A shelter of last resort opens at 8 a.m. Tuesday at Belle Rose Middle School, 7717 La. 1, … Continue reading
Jason, Thanks for emailing me. Yes all these things have been happening. I worked closely with this group especially Benny from Southern Poverty of ongoing discrimination. The adults are indeed the worst. Nevertheless I believe in the justice system and … Continue reading
I am going to be talking with Laura S. Nata from FHF-Jefferson concerning this story, I am shocked to hear that something like this is taking place in the schools. Claim: Latino discrimination in Jefferson schools .Print printEmail Email this … Continue reading
Report: La. bureaucracy swells over past 20 years By Marsha Shuler Capitol news bureau The number of Louisiana boards, commissions and other similar entities has grown by 45 percent in the past two decades, according to a new legislative auditor’s … Continue reading
LSU Board considering structural changes by koran addo Capital news bureau Members of a consulting firm helping LSU find a new system president presented the Board of Supervisors with three distinct scenarios Saturday, each spelling out different structural paths the … Continue reading