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The Delta Regional Authority and its partners are investing more than $10 million in federal, state, and local resources to support small business owners and entrepreneurs, workers and their families by improving economic development, workforce training, and job creation in Louisiana’s Delta region, Delta Regional Authority Federal Co-Chairman Chris Masingill announced today.
A crisp, cool fall day on the eve of Veterans Day with the right amount of wind to keep the flags flying was the scene of a ceremony many local leaders have waited 14 years to witness.
More than 100 gathered Tuesday in Rayville to participate in grand opening ceremonies of the Northeast Louisiana Veterans Cemetery, one day before the first burial will take place.
WASHINGTON — Reps. Ralph Abraham and Cedric Richmond are calling for a federal study into football-related deaths in response to recent fatalities involving high-school players, including one in Louisiana.
U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham said congressional leaders conducted a back-room, late-night sweep of $3 billion in crop insurance subsidy funds he called "an assault on rural America" as part of the budget bill compromise.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted Wednesday for a stopgap spending bill to avoid a government shutdown, but it did so without Congressman Ralph Abraham’s vote.
Abraham, R-Alto, is among the 151 House members who opposed the measure, which received 277 votes for passage, including Democratic support.
After nearly 14 years of working to get a veterans cemetery established in northeastern Louisiana, local lawmakers, state and Rayville officials gathered Monday to view the progress and mark their calendars for a November opening.
Construction on the $7.3 million Northeast Louisiana Veterans Cemetery near Rayville began last year. It is expected to open before Veterans Day, Nov. 11.
City and regional leaders met Monday to pray for law enforcement officers at the Monroe Police Department’s memorial to fallen officers.
“You are the ones that actually allow us to go home at night and sleep in our own beds safely,” U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham said, noting they run toward the fire and trauma that the rest of us shy away from.
U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham on Friday voted against the Iran nuclear deal which he says would put Iran on a "pathway to obtaining a nuclear weapon in 10 years."
WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Ralph Abraham, R-Alto, Thursday paid tribute to Franklin Parish football player Tyrell Cameron who died after fielding a punt during a football game last Friday.