A family in St. Mary Parish is still looking for answers after their loved one was found dead over two years ago. The case has been cold ever since. Now the family of Glenn Lemoine is asking for the public's help and hope to breath new life into the case.... more »
Superintendent of Schools, Burnell Lemoine was on GMA this morning giving a monthly update. Lemoine tell us about a grant the Parish is receiving. Watch the video to find out what the grant will be used for!
Lafayette Parish Schools Superintendent Burnell Lemoine's contract has been extended. Board members approved that contract extension during Wednesday evening's school board meeting. Lemoine's original contract was set to expire on December 31, 2010. It will now be one year longer. Along with the extension, he also gets a 2.5% salary... more »
LPSS Superintendent Burnell Lemoine's contract will be discussed at the Lafayette Parish School Board meeting tonight at 5:30. His original contract provides for the term to expire December 31, 2010. The LPSS may amend the contract to extend the expiration date of the contract to December 31, 2011. The salary... more »
MORE INFORMATION: St. Mary Parish Sheriff's officials are still trying to piece together the events leading up to Glenn Lemoine's death. His car was found on the Highway 90 East on ramp from Highway 83. He was last seen about 2 miles away, trying to hitchhike on the bridge over... more »
LAFAYETTE, La. (AP) - The Lafayette Parish School Board will evaluate Superintendent Burnell Lemoine's performance at its regular meeting Wednesday. Lemoine's contract is set to expire Dec. 31, the same day the current board's term expires. The school board also will take its first look at systemwide salaries for the... more »
Within weeks of each other--three veterans of the Lafayette Parish School Board announced their retiring. Between the three of them there's fifty-seven years of experience.
Mike Hefner, Edward Sam, and Carl LaCombe have all decided this is their last year.
LaCombe said, "Mr. Sam and Mr. Hefner getting... more »
State Representative Rickey Hardy was in the spotlight today after denying the Lafayette Parish School System $746,000 last month.
Tuesday morning in Baton Houge, Hardy had Harsh words for Parish Director of Curriculum and Instruction Louise Chargois.
While the parish has received the tobacco settlement money to keep... more »
A St. Landry congregation will never be the same after a train accident that happened just outside of church.
Crying, Catherin Kinnerson said, "They came into our life to pull us together and God knows they left here today still to keep us together." 59 year olds Fanley and... more »