Real estate values and economic development opportunities are two issues that go hand-in-hand when it comes to the success of any city across the nation.
When the Cajun and Creole ancestors of those currently living in South Louisiana first arrived, they brought with them vestiges of the ways of life from their native homeland.
Mary Foster-Galasso is pictured here in the center as she unfurls a sign for the mutil-purpose room that now bears her name. She is pictured with some of the library board members. From left to right are Police Jury President Ryan “LeDay” Williams, Gaynell Coates, and Sandra Jacobs. (Gazette photo by Tony Marks)
The last day of July meant the last day on the job for Mary Foster-Galasso as executive director of the Evangeline Parish Library.
With 40 days to go before a new season of LSU Football begins against Miami, the Voice of the Tigers Chris Blair stopped in Ville Platte Tuesday and addressed the meeting of the Rotary Club before
Workers for Michael Waller General Contractor announced they expect to complete work on replacing supports and flooring for a parish landmark on the Courthouse Square by the end of the week. Rotten supports and flooring, seen here, threatened to collapse the cupola and bell which once topped the parish’s original courthouse. To avoid repeating the damage, eight vents were planned to be added to the base to permit air to circulate under the copper-covered flooring. (Gazette photo by Paul Kedinger)