Lafayette City Court Special Election Research
by Editorial Staff | Oct 21, 2022 | City Court, LafayetteThree candidates have qualified for the November 8, 2022 election for Lafayette City Court Judge: Jules Edwards, III, Roya Boustany and Toby Aguillard. Each candidate seeks to fill the seat vacated by Judge Michelle Odinet following her resignation from office in...
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Lafayette Secret Lunch
Join us for Secret Lunch this Friday at a new location: Bailey's Seafood / Ema's Cafe. Roya Boustany had to reschedule due to a court hearing. Fortunately, Opelousas are District Attorney Chad Pitre, who was scheduled to appear at our next lunch, was able to rearrange things to attend this week. Bailey's is generally closed for lunch on Friday, so we'll have the restaurant all to ourselves. If the door to Bailey's is locked, you can come in through the Ema's Cafe side. They have a great, open menu with lots to choose from. Ema's Full Menu
Congressman Higgins Secret Lunch: October 7
Join us for Secret Lunch on Friday, October 7th, at Bailey's Seafood / Ema's Cafe. (more…)
School Library Journal
[Citizens for a New Louisiana] is very well organized.
Secret Lunch Lafayette
We're continuing our bi-monthly (every other week) lunch meetings at Vermilionville. Lunch cost is $15 per person. Vemilionville is continuing the seafood tradition at least until the end of Lent (March 2nd - April 14). The $15 plate lunch this week will include Fried Catfish, vegetable side, and a buttermilk biscuit. Chicken and sausage gumbo, iced tea, and bread pudding will also be available. Vemilionville will begin offering seafood gumbo as a lent option starting in March. As usual, we'll need a good headcount for the food, so please let us know you're coming as well as how many guests you're bringing. We can still accept cash or checks at lunch, or you can also use a card to cover the cost of your lunch in advance. Cover Your Lunch Now
National Public Radio
Citizens for a New Louisiana [is] the same group behind the conservative takeover of the Lafayette library board.