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Located on the West Gulf Coastal Plain, the Vermilion River runs through its center. The city's economy was primarily based on agriculture until the 1940s, when the petroleum and natural gas industry became dominant. Lafayette is the center of the Cajun culture in Louisiana and the U.S. Lafayette has a strong tourism industry because of the Cajun and Creole cultures of the surrounding region.
Local Newspapers: The Daily Advertiser
Local Sports Teams: University of Louisiana at Lafayette (Ragin' Cajuns)
Local Colleges: University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Zip Codes associated with lafayette, louisiana:
70501 70503 70506 70507 70508 70520 70529 70583
Towns/Cities near lafayette, louisiana : Breaux Bridge Carencro Scott Broussard Youngsville St Martinville Duson Opelousas
Although rain was in the forecast, athletes at the Louisiana Special Olympics 2017 State Fall Classic did not let that get in the way of the competition. "No, we just keep on keeping on.UL-Lafayette researchers interview Livingston Parish flood victims for oral history project
Sharrah Robertson still has vivid memories of piling into a small metal boat with two dogs and nearly a dozen other people to escape floodwaters that were quickly overtaking the streets of Walker in August 2016. And John Christ remembers how in the days following the flood, volunteers streamed into his Denham Springs neighborhood with donated supplies and offers to help gut damaged homes.Flap over federal grant latest in tense city-state relationship on I-49 project in Lafayette
Lafayette City-Parish Mayor-President Joel Robideaux talks about I-49 corridor plans Friday, October 20, 2017, at his office in Lafayette, La. Lafayette City-Parish Mayor-President Joel Robideaux talks about I-49 corridor plans Friday, October 20, 2017, at his office in Lafayette, La.Lafayette's 10th Annual Boudin Cook-Off is going on at Parc Sans Souci in downtown Lafayette.
Going on at Parc Sans Souci, the cook-off is a celebration of boudin and those who make it, and of course, those who love to eat it! Not only do attendees get to sample some of the most delectable boudin in the region, there are a variety of activities the event has to offer, like fun jumps, games, face painting, and two boudin eating contests. Wash that boudin down with craft beer, or have a free ice cream sandwich for dessert, complimentary of Hospice of Acadiana.Avery Island Fall Fest happening today
If you're looking for some festival fun, but not interested in traveling to Lafayette for the 10th Annual Boudin Cook-Off or to Breaux Bridge for the 6th Annual "Shake Your Trail Feather" Festival, you're in luck because the Avery Island Fall Fest is happening today! The festival has hay rides, a petting zoo, a pumpkin patch and Halloween-themed children's games and activities.LAGCOE 2017 targets midstream sector
LAGCOE, Louisiana's nonprofit energy industry organization focused on educational programs and organizer of a leading technical exposition and conference, is targeting the midstream industry sector with sessions at LAGCOE 2017. Two midstream panels and one LNG keynote session will be featured.Iberiabank to buy Gibraltar Bank in Fla. for $223 million
Iberiabank in Lafayette, La., announced its second acquisition of the year with an agreement to buy Gibraltar Private Bank & Trust in Coral Gables, Fla., for $223 million in stock. The deal, priced at 156% of tangible book value as of June 30, would give the $28 billion-asset Iberia seven additional locations in Florida and one in New York.Youngsville waiving development fees until December 2018
"This enables us to remove those fees and really let the public know that we are open for business, and that now is a good time to not only open a business, but to expand one as well," Ritter said. "Those several thousand dollars worth of fees that were generally going to the city's fund, to pay for the plan review, can now be reinvested into the business to give our prospective business owners and our current business owners an opportunity to spend it on equipment, employees, training, and whatever they see fit," Ritter said.Hundreds gathered in Lafayette on Friday to honor the life of Corporal Michael Middlebrook.
In the wake of the death of Lafayette Police Cpl. Michael Middlebrook earlier this month, Lafayette City-Parish Government officials were quick to say his family would be taken care of.LSU homecoming king is from Lafayette
BATON ROUGE LSU's 2017 Homecoming Court was comprised of 16 exceptional students that represent three undergraduate classifications plus graduate, law and vet school students; and many of the university's most dynamic student organizations. The Homecoming Court includes one male and one female sophomore representative, two male and two female junior representatives and three male and three female senior representatives, and one male and one female Graduate School, Paul M. Hebert Law Center or School of Veterinary Medicine representatives.Frank's International unveils Lafayette administrative center in advance of LAGCOE 2017
Frank's International N.V. marked the official opening of its Lafayette Administrative Centenal, located at 700 E. Verot School Road, Lafayette, Louisiana, on Oct. 19 in advance of LAGCOE 2017. Senior leadership of Frank's International, invited guests, and employees were in attendance to mark the occasion, including Frank's International chairman, president and CEO Michael C. Kearney, and executive V.P. of global operations Burney J. "BJ" Latiolais, Jr. Keith Mosing, former president and CEO of Frank's International, Donald Mosing, former president of Frank's casing crew, other members of the Mosing family, and members of the Frank's board of supervisory directors were also present at the event.Friends of the Humanities to host screening of "The Cajun Navy" film at the Lite Center
Friends of the Humanities will be hosting a screening of the film "The Cajun Navy" directed by Allan Durand on Sunday, October 22 at 2:00 pm at the Lite Center in Lafayette. The film focuses on the events that occurred after Hurricane Katrina when The Cajun Navy was first formed as an impromptu search and rescue group.Former United States Federal Judge, Richard Haik explains the history behind LPSS schools of choice
Last night, the Lafayette Parish School System held a special meeting to vote on multiple policies regarding schools of choice. Former United States Federal Judge, Richard Haik made a special appearance at the meeting to give the school board and parents the history of schools of choice.UL softball players allege Title IX violations
One day after it was revealed their head coach is on leave, a group of University of Louisiana at Lafayette softball players have legal representation and are accusing the university of violating Title IX. "...They feel very disrespected and mistreated and unappreciated by the athletic administration," wrote their attorney, L. Clayton Burgess, in a letter sent to the media Thursday afternoon.Cool Schools: Sts Leo Seton Catholic School
Sts. Leo-Seton Catholic School is pleased to announce that this year's Miss Pre-Teen Lafayette is their very own Sophie Greene. Sophie participated in the Pre-Teen Lafayette Pageant back in June.Make These Halloween Snacks, Then Watch Them *Disappear*
Among the ten houses in my neighborhood in Lafayette, Louisiana, there was only one other child besides my sister and me. Every Halloween, we improvised our route by invading larger neighborhoods that wouldn't notice two extra princesses grabbing extra Crunch bars .Lafayette parents speak-out on possible changes to School of Choice programs
The Lafayette Parish School Board held a special board meeting, Wednesday, October 18. Members are expected to vote on decisions of more changes to the School of Choice Programs. The common question that Lafayette Parish parents are asking is, "Where does this leave my child?" This is after a six-hour meeting where School Board members spent time discussing the proposed changes.
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