Sunday, July 21, 2024
Sunday, July 21, 2024

Republished from The Current

‘We haven’t been tested,’ — Boulet proposes new emergency prep office

The Lafayette Parish Council at its meeting Tuesday night is scheduled to vote on the creation of two new positions that would coordinate the parish’s response to an emergency situation, such as hurricanes, extreme heat, or terrorist threats.

Lafayette comics fight for accessibility

Don Schexnider rolls onto the stage of Cité des Arts’ main theater for his performance at the 2024 Coullion Fest standup comedy festival wearing a bright orange shirt and a wry smile. 

Changes to public notice law could spell end of Lafayette’s oldest news source

Changes to Louisiana’s decades-old public notice laws pushed by Lafayette Parish state Rep. Josh Carlson could redefine local news in parishes around the state and particularly in Lafayette. 
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