Ochsner Lafayette General and LSU Eunice hope the program can help court more people to the profession, which faces a worsening shortage.
Lafayette’s City Council is eyeing two competing paths forward on short-term rentals like Airbnbs this week. One that would kick them out of much of the city, and another that solidify their statuin Lafayette.
LUS is set to get an $83,000 grant for five new electric car chargers under auto giant Volkswagen’s diesel emissions scandal settlement.
After canning a change that would have put a Parish Council member on the Library Board, the council is considering a plan to eliminate the mayor-president’s appointment.