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The voters in Lafourche and Terrebonne parishes sent a strong message to lawmakers during Midterm Elections, strongly shooting down tax increase propositions in each parish. Debate on social media and around water coolers in the area were strong in the lead-up to the elections, but voters had their say, nixing both with strong majorities. SHERIFF’S TAX TAKES HARD FALL A hard push from Terrebonne Parish Sheriff Jerry Larpenter proved unsuccessful on Midterm Election Day, with voters rejecting his proposed 1/2 -cent sales tax to expand the use of school resource officers, provide raises for deputies and bolster his office from effects of revenue decreases over a period of years. The tax measure failed by a 2-1 margin, with 9,958 “yes” votes and 19,934 “no,” or 67 percent against and 33 percent in favor, according to final but unofficial results provided by the Louisiana Secretary of State. The results left Larpenter puzzled. “I want to thank all the people who came out and supported this, the ministers, the organizations who supported me,” Larpenter said in a telephone interview. “Everybody says they want to ‘back the blue.’ What happened to ‘back the blue?’  Every function I go to people say they want to say prayers for

CHABERT DISCUSSES THE STATE SURPLUS, HEALTH CARE AND MORE The Legislative Session is over in Louisiana. It has been so for some time. But politics are always spinning — especially given the current budgetary climate in the state. State Senator Norby Chabert took some time out of his busy schedule to discuss some happenings in the current political arena. In this wide-ranging Q&A, he discusses the current budget surplus, as well as giving his thoughts on the state of health care in Louisiana. Q: What are some things going on in the healthcare realm right now that are worth noting? A: Well, we just recently got a $30 million grant to combat Opioid addiction in our state. We’re very happy about that. This, as you know, is a major problem in our state and in our country right now. In Louisiana, the rates are particularly high. (By the time this publication comes out), we will have had a committee meeting and one of the things we’re going to be talking about is that grant and why it’s needed here. From my understanding, it will be spread out over multiple agencies. I think that’s great. Another thing worth noting and another area that I think is

Like everyone else during the 1980s oilfield downturn, Louis “Booga” Klingman got hit hard, and his Montegut grocery store that supplied groceries to oilfield vessels really felt the pinch. Booga stayed up nights – literally – scouring the library’s Thomas Registry

It started with restorations of houses they would sell. Now Rod Roddy and Lisa Cinnater are offering what their experience and innate blend of artistic drive and structural ability bring to life, the potential to make anyone’s home a showpiece worthy

T. Baker Smith has announced its 2018 Scholarship recipients. Since the inception of the T. Baker Smith Scholarship program in the fall of 2012, the business has awarded more than $45,000 to 39 local students. This year’s winners are the

The Terrebonne Foundation for Academic Excellence (TFAE) has awarded more than $50,000 in grants to Terrebonne Parish public school teachers for the 2018-19 school year. A total of 23 teachers received the New Teacher Grant, which awards $500 to teachers who

Terrebonne General Medical Center (TGMC) is honoring longtime employee Lucetta Sweet as its Leader of the Quarter. TGMC names its Leader of the Quarter recipients as a way to show appreciation to the hospital’s great leaders. Sweet works as the Nurse

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