Chip Moore, regional operations director for Johnson Controls who oversaw construction of energy saving projects across the Evangeline Parish School District, reported to the Evangeline Parish Scho
(Editor’s Note: The following information was obtained from the Evangeline Parish Clerk of Court’s Office in Ville Platte. This information is printed once a month in The Gazette.)
It seems that every other day, a college or high school or even professional coach is getting the axe after only an abbreviated stint in his/her new position.
Authorities began searching Thursday afternoon a missing 71-year-old male in the Grand Prairie area.
Arthur Sampson is pictured above as he holds up a Coca-Cola can during Monday’s meeting of the Ville Platte City Council held at the Northside Civic Center. Sampson used the can along with other cans, bottles, and packs of cigarettes to illustrate how people have a choice of what products to buy if the price of another product increases. His argument and demonstration were in response to prior comments made by Councilman Bryant Riggs over the city raising its utility rates. (Gazette photo by Tony Marks)
The Ville Platte City Council met Monday afternoon at the Northside Civic Center for its regular monthly meeting and unanimously voted to raise utility rates for residents and businesses.