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In a tersely worded bill of information filed March 17, the U.S. Attorney’s office charged contractor Kendall T. Anderson with a single count of misprision of a felony.

Drop by 401 E. Cypress St. for a tour of Lafayette’s soon-to-be makerspace and an informal discussion on the space’s potential and future activities.

The owner of a Youngsville-based oil and gas company pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to one count of negligent discharge of pollutants.

Home-grown Baton Rouge market/deli heads to Lafayette.

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Deadline for submitting noms for annual competition is March 15

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