BATON ROUGE — Gov. John Bel Edwards must be wishing that all months could be like this one.
At dawn on a muggy morning in late July 1916, Sheriff Marion L. Swords was in the Mallet Woods in rural St. Landry Parish, watching an old cabin where he thought a murder suspect was hiding.
Even though qualifying just wrapped up last week and the primary elections will not be held for another three months, 54 percent of the races originally scheduled for the October ballot have alread
A once proud political party has now been completely overtaken by the insidious forces of political correctness.
BATON ROUGE — Republican John Kennedy spent many of his 17 years as Louisiana state treasurer quarrelling with governors, criticizing spending practices and generally raising the profile of an off