History repeated itself at Grambling State University.
Days before GSU president Willie Larkin would hit a year from his promised eight-year tenure, he resigned in front of the University of Louisiana System Board at their June meeting.
Rumors of Larkin’s departure began circulating earlier last week after hbcudigest.com, a news site dedicated to Historically Black Universities and Colleges, wrote that multiple sources within and around the UL System Board of Supervisors confirmed that Larkin would resign or be fired.
Throughout the recent months in Lincoln Parish the Lincoln parish Fire District No. 1 has been issued a burn ban, retracted the ban and reissued it again.
About a decade ago, maybe a little more, I was vacationing with my family in Colorado.
When we vacation in Colorado we always like to find trails off the main road and camp out, and I mean camp out. I don’t mean camping in a recreational vehicle with a full bathroom, full kitchen, beds and an adjustable thermostat.
Mitt Romney showed he’s reaching not just for a win, but for a mandate.
The elevation of Rep. Paul Ryan is a game changer because it is a conversation changer. His selection as veep nominee puts front and center the need to reign in the spending of a government that borrows 40 cents from China for every dollar it spends.
Question: Money is a pretty touchy topic between my wife and me. It just seems we argue more than anything. Can you address some ways we can overcome that?
Answer: I’m no marriage counselor, but I’ve seen my fair share of family feuds over finances.
My friend Bob Livesay turned me on to a helpful explanation of the widely divergent ways we deal with conflict — about money or anything.