To Shreveport I am impressed with and respect those involved in the Cross Bayou proposal. I appreciate the energy and creativity it brings to the table. However, I think the
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Cowboys use huge day from Dak Precott, beat Lions in Detroit 35-27 The Cowboys talent was on full display Sunday versus the Lions. MVP candidate Dak Prescott shined again with
President Trump has visited North Louisiana twice in a week. On Nov. 6, he was at the Monroe Civic Center speaking to a packed house. The last president to visit
If you are reading this column, then you know first-hand that much has changed with The Inquisitor in the last few weeks. Hopefully, you consider this changes to be positive!
The Bayou Bridge Pipeline has been operating safely for more than six months. Nonetheless, environmental groups have launched new allegations against developer Energy Transfer criticizing its environmental remediation process in
The right to vote is an ultimate value of your citizenship. When you don’t vote, you lose all rights to any decision not made in your behalf. How dare you
The oil and gas industry is the heartbeat of Louisiana’s economy. Louisiana has the potential to be one of the largest exporters of oil and gas in the nation, but
I am most appreciative of the fine response to our first column. It is written for our readers with a slant toward agriculture and people and the many positive “things”
At its Oct. 23 meeting, the Airport Authority Board voted to recommend Rosa Beckett to be the new SAA director. Beckett has withdrawn her name, citing another job offer. How
LSU BEATS BAMA! What a game! Every year the college football world circles a few games … Ohio State vs. Michigan, Oklahoma vs. Texas, USC vs Norte Dame, Army vs.