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New Iberia is located in southern Louisiana, just 30 miles south of Lafayette. It was named "Nueva Iberia" by Spanish settlers in honor of the Iberian Peninsula, the peninsula where Spain is located. When the land was controlled by the French it was called "Nouvelle Iberie" and after the Louisiana Purchase, Americans called it "New Town." However, when the town was incorporated in 1847, perhaps as a way to preserve its history, the town was named New Iberia.

Population: 32623
Local Newspapers: The Daily Iberian
Local Sports Teams: New Orleans Saints New Orleans Pelicans
Local Colleges: South Louisiana Community College

Zip Codes associated with new iberia, louisiana: 70518 70560 70563
Towns/Cities near new iberia, louisiana : Jeanerette Lydia Delcambre Loreauville St Martinville Broussard Youngsville

New Iberia News
Louisiana's Sumrall wins Nation Championship

A rogue cloud formed the beginning of a winning pattern for Caleb Sumrall at the B.A.S.S. Nation Championship. Sumrall of New Iberia, La., weighed a 3-day total of 36-12 to win the global competition of bass club anglers at South Carolina's Lake Hartwell.

IberiaBank acquires Miami bank in $223 million stock deal

Advocate staff photo by BRYAN TUCK -- The Iberia Bank building at the intersection of Camellia Boulevard and Kaliste Saloom Road in Lafayette. Advocate staff photo by BRYAN TUCK -- IberiaBank in Lafayette has grown to be the largest bank based in Louisiana with more than $15 billion in assets, primarily by acquiring other institutions.

Louisiana Medicaid contracts proposed for 2-year extension

Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget Chairman Sen. Eric LaFleur, D-Ville Platte, adresses a question to Gov. John Bel Edwards, during the Governor's appearance before his plan was presented to address the $304 million budget deficit for the current year, Friday, Jan. 27, 2017 at the State Capitol. Joint Legislative Committee on the Budget Chairman Sen. Eric LaFleur, D-Ville Platte, adresses a question to Gov. John Bel Edwards, during the Governor's appearance before his plan was presented to address the $304 million budget deficit for the current year, Friday, Jan. 27, 2017 at the State Capitol.

UL architecture students' MODESTEhouse donated to flood victim

The MODESTEhouse, a 216 square foot tiny home designed and built by UL Architecture students was dedicated and the keys turned over to the new Lafayette Habitat for Humanity homeowner on Wednesday, October 18, 2017. Through a partnership between Lafayette Habitat for Humanity, Upbring Disaster Response, the UL Foundation, the UL School of Architecture and Design, Acadian Home Builders Association, Love Acadiana , and the Community Foundation of Acadiana, this $25,000 home was funded and will be sold through Lafayette Habitat for Humanity to an individual from New Iberia, Louisiana who lost his home in the August 2016 floods.

Solange Knowles lost out on opportunities through wanting to 'own' her body

The 31-year-old singer has found huge success in the music industry and released her latest album A Seat At The Table last year. However, the younger sister of Beyonce admitted that her strong morals have often led to her missing out on gigs.

Long before Walmart, there was J.W. Low's

Long before Walmart, there was J.W. Low's For me, the heyday for J.W. Low's was in the 50s and early 60s. Check out this story on dailyworld.com: http://www.dailyworld.com/story/news/2017/10/17/long-before-walmart-there-j-w-lows/744201001/ I was driving on Main Street the other day when I noticed the closed and shuttered J. W. Low's "five and dime" store, and a flood of memories came gushing back.

Safety Tax passes in New Iberia

After contracting the Iberia Parish Sheriff's Office for the past 13 years, the city of New Iberia will reestablish their own police department. "This is something that's positive for our community.

New Iberia ready for police department's return

In about nine months, the New Iberia police department will be patrolling the city's streets after voters approved a tax to fund the department. For the last 13 years, the Iberia Parish Sheriff's office has been providing police service for the city and some residents are ready for the police department to return.

Blue Dog painter's story inspires River Oaks students

Why do we like the Blue Dog painting, River Oaks art teacher Deina Roberts asked a group of high school students gathered in the cafeteria? The students were waiting for Wendy Rodrigue to arrive with paintings by her late husband, artist George Rodrique. Rodrigue, who died in 2013, is known for creating the Blue Dog painting that is so ubiquitous with Louisiana it adorns the state's "I Voted" stickers.

Voters pass tax to recreate New Iberia Police Department

With all precincts reporting, 63 percent of ballots were cast in favor of the tax, or about 2,500 votes. Mayor Freddie DeCourt proposed the half-cent sales tax to reinstate a city police department, which the city dissolved in 2004.

Acadiana Election results

Voters in the town of Iota voted yes to the renewal of a property tax that funds streets, bridges, and drainage. Voters in the City of New Iberia have voted yes to a sales tax to pay for the re-creation of the New Iberia Police Department.

Sugar & Spice: the art and architecture of Bayou Teche, Owen Southwell and Tabasco's Avery Island

The Louisiana chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art is hosting a four-day foray along Bayou Teche from Nov. 2-5 to learn about the architecture and art of Iberia Parish. Along with dinners, private tours and education opportunities, the ICAA-LA also will include two lectures about Bayou Teche's artistic evolution and personality.

Iberia Crime Stoppers: vehicle burglaries

In the early morning hours of October 8, a few residents became victims of vehicle burglaries on Orleans Ave. in New Iberia. The suspects stole checkbooks and cash and can be seen on a residential surveillance video pulling on car door handles.

Aioli Dinner Supper Club blossoms at New Orleans oasis

One of the many fun and special things about New Orleans is imagining what is behind the doors and courtyards of the city's historic homes. For those invited to the Aioli Dinner Supper Club in New Orleans on Oct. 5, the home in question - owned by Alexa Pulitzer and Seth Levine - is definitely one of the jewels in New Orleans' crown.

Safety tax on ballot in Iberia Parish

In Iberia Parish, Saturday's election features races for Louisiana treasurer and public service commissioner, as well as a half-cent sales tax proposal for New Iberia residents. "The public safety taxes is a no-brainer.

Not as humid but temperatures staying above average

For the rest of the work week high pressure at the surface and in the upper levels will be building over the southeast setting up a stretch of dry weather. The good news is some drier air will be working down into Acadiana making it feel a little more comfortable, especially at night, as lows will fall into the mid to upper 60s.

Lost Bayou / Courtesy: Seed&Spark

A group of southern filmmakers has teamed up to compete in a national filmmaking competition in hopes of making their dream a reality. Producer Alicia Davis Johnson of Mississippi has partnered up with Breaux Bridge's Brian Richard, Broussard's Hunter Burke, Lafayette's Nick Lavin, Arnaudville's Teri Wyble and New Iberia's Natalie Kingston to create Lost Bayou - a film about love and loss in the midst of the Atchafalaya Basin.

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