January’s dip, however, may not be a true sign of where we’re heading.
As those kernels of hope once held for corn get popped by a heated economy, investors and politicians are taking interest in another kind of ethanol made from agricultural waste.
Lafayette Regional Airport’s passenger counts are down slightly from a
banner year in 2007, but can May’s all-time high numbers keep pace for
another record-breaking year?
$4-per-gallon gas is just starting to change local drivers’ buying habits.
Having a spokesperson — most likely a woman — is becoming increasingly critical in a world where any misstep can be posted on YouTube in a matter of seconds.
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