May 24th, 2018
About Modern Acupuncture
Modern Acupuncture is a franchise concept transforming the alternative medicine market and acupuncture industry. Offering an approachable, natural pathway, validated by thousands of years of practice to better health and wellbeing, Modern Acupuncture is the first franchise to deliver the natural health and...
May 24th, 2018St. Mary Parish Sheriff Scott Anslum advises that over the last 24-hour reporting period, the Sheriff’s Office responded to 34 complaints and reports the following arrests:
Trawn Martin, 47, 5405 Highway 87, Franklin, LA was arrested on May 23, 2018 at 10:39 am for the following offenses:
* Improper lane usage
* Operating a...
May 24th, 2018
More than 1700 kids from throughout Acadiana applied for the Laborde Earles Bike-It-Forward Giveaway. The 100 lucky winners were contacted Wednesday afternoon and they will receive their new rides this Friday.
This is the fifth year the firm has given the bikes to children in the community.
May 23rd, 2018It's no secret that rural roads in Iberia parish leave a lot to be desired.
For years the money to repair roads came from the oil and gas industry. But due to the current state of the industry, that is no longer an option.
"In years past the royalty fund was the only fund that was generating to pay for roads," explains Ricky...
May 23rd, 2018Glenn Armentour, Lafayette personal injury attorney, awards five Lafayette students $10,000 scholarships through his Pay it Forward program.
The scholarship program is geared toward at risk youth in the community who display a strong worth ethic and plan on attending UL Lafayette, SLCC, or LSU Law school.
Ahraf Swati, award...
May 23rd, 2018The Annual Dimes for the Diner happens tomorrow at roughly two dozen participating restaurants, which will donate a portion of their profit to St. Joseph's Diner.
The soup kitchen that has been feeding the poor in Lafayette for more than 30 years.
May 23rd, 2018University Hospitals and Clinics joined other public/private hospitals from across the state to tell lawmakers its time to act.
The special session lasts two weeks, and Governor Edwards is encouraging lawmakers to keep making strides toward fully funded healthcare.