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Past articles by Logan:

Basile police officer arrested for domestic abuse

Rasiem Fredericks was arrested on July 19th after police were called to a home in the Sunset area. The St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office says the incident started after an argument regarding Facebook. → Read More

Evaluating the safety procedure at Eunice Elementary after fire

The State Fire Marshal's Office suspects the fire started because of one of the AC units in the classroom. Now there are some school buildings in St. Landry Parish that are nearly a century old and with that comes some outdated appliances. → Read More

Neighbors still without answers after water line cut

Hiatt says nearly 30 neighbors gathered in the home, only to be stood up by the representatives. The process has now become frustrating to Hiatt and others in the neighborhood. → Read More

Metal detectors installed at all schools in Evangeline Parish

Last year, Evangeline Parish schools saw a number of lock downs and some canceled days due to shooting threats. Over the summer, the board brainstormed how they could stop the problem and that is when they came up with one big addition. → Read More

Investigation reveals 24 Lafayette sex offenders using social media after ban

This week, the Daily Advertiser revealed details regarding a four-month investigation they conducted on sex offenders being present on social media. In particular, 24 offenders or 10% were active online in Lafayette parish. → Read More

Ville Platte contractor uses different method for blighted homes

A local contractor in Ville Platte is looking to solve the city's problem of blighted homes with a different tactic. → Read More

St. Landry Parish schools hold rally to begin school year

St. Landry Parish schools participated in the 2nd Annual Convocation to get ready for the school year today. → Read More

Special meeting for Opelousas budget coming on Friday

Inside of Opelousas City Hall tomorrow evening, a meeting to try to pass the budget for the next year will take place. After years past of having postponed budgets and rocky starts, it is more important than ever to have a smooth go this year. → Read More

Grand Coteau officially named a town

Grand Coteau has once again been named a town after a population increase. When the 2010 census came out, Grand Coteau had a population of 942 people, giving them the title of a village. → Read More

New details on future living situation for juvenile forced to live in shed

Child services determined that the juvenile was allowed to stay at the home with the parents. Today, we learned that is not going to be the case going forward. → Read More

Lawsuit regarding public information filed against Ville Platte

At a city budget meeting last month, questions about the Mayor's salary turned into tension. After weeks of no answers according to a civil rights activist, a lawsuit has been filed. → Read More

St. Landry trash bridge sees improvements to structural damages

"We'd be over our heads in garbage in St. Landry Parish in a week," says St. Landry Parish President Bill Fontenot. → Read More

A sister's live-saving transplant

When Tessie Marroquin was 10 years old, she started experiencing frequent swelling in her face and ankles. At 11, she was diagnosed with Lupus. Doctors told her she wouldn't live to 17. → Read More

Opelousas opens water bill drive-thru

The city of Opelousas launched their water bill drive-thru at City Hall. → Read More

North Park pool seeing impact beyond just swimming lessons

The opening of the North Park pool in Opelousas has excited many recently. According to the ones who helped open the pool, it provides much more to the community than a day out. → Read More

St. Landry Parish still picking up tab on former Opelousas City Jail inmates

Over a month ago, inmates from the Opelousas City Jail were transferred to the St. Landry Parish jail after the city jail was shut down. The parish has been taking on the costs of housing the inmates since. → Read More

Ville Platte passes budget for 2018-2019

The budget council meeting saw a bit of a vocal stir up and back and forth between the public and the council when issues came up regarding salaries. → Read More

Mother of murdered son speaks out in fear of her family's life

"They are so violent and I'm afraid they are going to try to do something to me so I can't even sleep at night because they stay out on the street," says LeDay. → Read More

St. Landry Veterans Memorial breaks ground on new project

Memorial Day may have been on Monday, but the honoring of veterans has not stopped. → Read More

Eunice man arrested, charged with child rape

A Eunice man has been arrested and charged with raping children. → Read More