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Defenseless

The weary look on Kevin Donnelly face said it all.
It didn’t take long for the state budget cuts to hit the 15th Judicial District Court’s Public Defenders Program, of which the Acadia Parish Public Defenders Office is a part.

TOPS payments cut by 20 percent

If Gov. John Bel Edwards’ speech Thursday night did anything in regard to higher education, it moved the doomsday clock to 11:59, and counting.

School board adopts budget

It’s been a long, hard road to get there, but the Acadia Parish School Board can finally report balanced budgets via its final revisions in the 201

City’s budget to include raises

Looking at the city of Crowley’s budget for the new fiscal year, there is not much difference than this past year’s, except for one thing civil servants have been in search of for months: a raise.
There is a 4 percent raise for all current full-time employees except for the police, who will receive a 6 percent increase if the budget is ultimately adopted.

Jury adopts $32.6M budget

With very little fanfare, the Acadia Parish Police Jury adopted a $32.6 million operating budget for 2015 Tuesday night

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