Franklin Police Chief Sabria McGuire reportd the following arrest:
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Louisiana’s Office of State Parks says the park at Tickfaw and the cabins and campgrounds at Lake Fausse Pointe will be closed for up to a year to repair flood damage.
Chitimacha Police Chief Hal Hutchinson reported the following arrests:
From left to right: Rep. District 51 Beryl Amedee, Rep. District 50 Sam Jones, Scott Angelle with the Louisiana Public Service Commission, Cleco President and CEO Darren Olagues, Cleco COO Bill Fontenot, One Acadiana President and CEO Jason El Koubl, Senior Vice President of Safety Health and Environment Cabot Corp. Martin O’Neill and Cabot Plant Manager Mark Suellentrop break ground on the planned ‘clean energy plant’ to be built over the next few years in St. Mary Parish.
Ground was broken last Friday at a facility in St. Mary Parish that is poised to put waste heat from one of the area’s carbon black plants to work powering homes in the area.