The Louisiana Senate on Tuesday passed SCR52, a resolution calling for a Convention of States to propose amendments to the U.S. Constitution in accordance with Article V of the Constitution.
When hunters start stocking up on hunting clothes later this summer, they will have an alternative to hunter orange — blaze pink.
Eight UL Lafayette seniors have been recognized as Outstanding Graduates. Seated from left, are: Emily Covington, College of Liberal Arts; Ashley Duhon, Ray P. Authement College of Sciences; Catherine Ledet, College of Engineering; Celeste Licciardi, College of the Arts. Standing, from left, are: Dr. Joseph Savoie, UL Lafayette president; Eric Carter, University College; Philip McMahon, B.I. Moody III College of Business Administration; Gabrielle Gallien, College of Education; Jake Savoie, College of Nursing and Allied Health Professions; and Angela Morrison, president-elect for the UL Lafayette Alumni Association. (Photo courtesy of the University of Louisiana Lafayette)
Eight students will be honored during Spring 2016 Commencement ceremonies as the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Alumni Association’s Outstanding Graduates.
Justin Bradley Rosette, 36, 900 block of Mary Avenue, Opelousas. Nine counts of driving wrong way on divided highway or roadway, felon possession of firearm, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, 2 counts of criminal damage to property, failure to secure registration, driving on one way roadways/rotary traffic, 5 counts of red light violation, driving under suspension, resisting an officer, aggravated flight from an officer, 18 counts of running stop sign, illegal possession of stolen firearm, firearm in presence of CDS, 2 counts of obstruction of justice, altered MVI, altered expiration on license plate. Arrested by Louisiana State Police.
The Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office reported an emergency landing of a crop duster on Wednesday in the Lyon Point area of Acadia Parish. No injuries were reported. Acadia Parish deputies and local fire departments responded. The name of the pilot and other details were not released. (Photo courtesy of the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office)
The Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office reported an emergency landing of a crop duster on Wednesday in the Lyon Point area of Acadia Parish. No injuries were reported. Acadia Parish deputies and local fire departments responded. The name of the pilot and other details were not released.