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Voter information for the spring elections

The Spring Muncipal Primary Election is scheduled March 25 and the General on April 29.
The last day to register to vote in the Spring Municipal Primary Election is Feb. 22;
The last day to register to vote in the Spring Municipal General Election is March 29;
Early voting for the Primary Election is March 11 through 18 (except Sunday and holidays) from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.;
Early voting for the General Election is April 15 through 22 (except Sunday and holidays) from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m;

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Harold Schoeffler,

Schoeffler talks hydrology with Crowley Rotarians

The world would seemingly be a much simpler place in many ways if common sense would prevail.
Case in point, suggestions on how to improve Louisiana’s water management systems.
Harold Schoeffler, who has served as the chair of the Acadiana Group Sierra Club of Lafayette since 1974, recently joined with several others to visit the many sites effected by the historic flood of August 2016 to take a deeper look at the state’s hydrology.

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Jacque Pucheu, of Eunice, has been named the attorney for the Port of Krotz Springs.

Pucheu named port attorney

Jacque Pucheu, of Eunice, has been named the attorney for the Port of Krotz Springs.
Pucheu, who has served as Eunice city attorney, has been practicing law for 43 years. He joined his father in the firm of Pucheu & Pucheu in 1973 and is now the senior partner in the firm of Pucheu, Pucheu & Robinson.
Former Eunice Mayor Lynn LeJeune is the executive director of the port.
The port’s primary inbound cargo is crude oil and outbound is refined petroleum products and aggregate. Overall annual tonnage is reported at 3.1 and gross revenues are $350,000.

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Jeremy Alford

Political ads found new homes in 2016

The share of political ad spending long held by broadcast television took a major dive in 2016 as campaigns in Louisiana and across the national turned their attention more to online platforms.
It’s yet another sign that the media landscape is in transition — and that the shift could help color Louisiana’s campaigns to come.
On the production side of political advertising, basic operations like writing, shooting and editing expanded last year as the final product — commercials and campaign spots — grew shorter.

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