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Basketball Falls On The Road To Arkansas, 60-40 – LSU

Fayetteville, Ark. – LSU Basketball fell on the road to Arkansas, 60-40, on Tuesday night at Bud Walton Arena. After trailing 38-14 at the half, LSU was able to mount a short comeback, starting the second half on a 17-4 scoring run to close the gap to 11. However, Arkansas would respond with a scoring […]

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Tigers Travel To Fayetteville For Rematch With Arkansas – LSU

BATON ROUGE – The LSU Tigers travel to Fayetteville, Arkansas on Tuesday for their first rematch of the SEC season against the Arkansas Razorbacks at Bud Walton Arena. The Tigers and Razorbacks will tip off just after 6 p.m. CT on the affiliates of the LSU Sports Radio Network (Guaranty Media flagship Eagle 98.1 in […]

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Alabama

Biden struggles to confirm judges in the South and thwart Trump’s impact | #republicans | #Alabama | #GOP

CNN  —  President Joe Biden and Senate Democrats have moved quickly to appoint scores of judges during the past two years, outpacing former President Donald Trump, but they have stalled in the South. The dearth of nominees offered in southern states, notably where both US senators are Republican, threatens to undercut Biden’s large-scale effort to […]

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Success of ‘slavery on the ballot’ measures could help incarcerated pregnant people of color | WFAE 90.7 | #elections | #alabama

Originally published by The 19th During the midterm elections, five states — Alabama, Oregon, Vermont, Louisiana, and Tennessee — put to vote initiatives purported to prohibit the use of slavery and indentured servitude as a punishment for crime, an antiquated allowance given by the 13th Amendment 157 years ago this month that prisons across the country still […]

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Arkansas

LSU Triumphs Over No. 9 Arkansas to Open SEC Play – LSU

LSU v No. 9 Arkansas December 28, 2022 LSU Head Coach Matt McMahon Opening Statement“A couple of things stand out. Number one, I’m proud of our players. I thought that they played with great toughness and effort and sustained it for 40 minutes. They deserve all the credit for gutting out a tough and nasty […]

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Tigers Open SEC Play Wednesday Night At Home Against Arkansas – LSU

BATON ROUGE – The LSU Tigers and the Arkansas Razorbacks have both posted 11-1 records this season. Both teams are 8-0 on the season at home and 3-1 in neutral site games. The Razorbacks will play their first true road game of the season on Wednesday night as two of the four 11-1 teams in […]

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Mayor

Mayor, City Council inauguration set Saturday | News

SHREVEPORT, La. — Mayor-elect Tom Arceneaux and the seven City Council members will take their oaths of office Saturday.  The inauguration will be at 10 a.m. at the Shreveport Convention Center.  Arceneaux and City Council members Gary Brooks of District B, Alan Jackson of District E and Ursula Bowman of District G were elected Dec. […]

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Bogalusa Louisiana Mayor Elect Tyrin Truong Declares War on Police Chief Kendall Bullen

In 2016, Fate Ferrell stood at the microphone in front of the Bogalusa, Louisiana, city council on the eve of the appointment of a new police chief. The room was boiling over as residents urged council members not to confirm a longtime officer named Kendall Bullen to the top job. One of the primary grievances: […]

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Arkansas

Texarkana Arkansas Board of Directors review the Fiscal Year-End | News

TEXARKANA, Ark. – The Texarkana Arkansas Board of  Directors met on Monday to discuss the general fund’s Fiscal Year-end.   Some of the year’s expenditures included a new fire truck, sweeper and drainage improvements. The city’s estimated fund balance at year-end is $6,092,731. Sales and other taxes accounted for 59 percent of budget revenues, which […]

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City Council

City of Scott Elects Moreau, Domingue, and Roy to City Council | #citycouncil

SCOTT, La. (KPEL News) – The City of Scott voted to determine who would hold seats for City Councilman-at-Large, District 3, and District 4. After all the votes were tallied for Scott City Councilman-at-Large, Mark Moreau edged out Chris Richard by five votes, winning 567 to 562. attachment-Scott City Councilman at LargeCredit: Louisiana Secretary of […]

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