We know that sugar for coffee often ran short — not to mention coffee itself — and that there was lack of rubber for tires during World War II, but we don’t hear so much about the wartime shortage
By JEREMY ALFORD
& MITCH RABALAIS
BATON ROUGE — Conservative House Republicans don’t intend for Louisiana’s newfound budget stability to end the state’s financial battles, particularly in an election year that could be viewed as a
You probably haven’t given it a second thought as you’ve been planting, or at least planning, that row of tomatoes in your vegetable garden.
With Acadiana on the gubernatorial map as a swing region, the Republican frontrunners are making major investments in the area and working on their Cajun accents.