Browsing All posts tagged under »KNOE«

JindalCare – Don’t Take My Word For It…

May 15, 2013


I’ve been very fortunate when it comes to my little blog and I want to say thanks to everyone who has commented and messaged me. Some of my blogs about JindalCare have even been reposted on south Louisiana websites and across the Twitterverse, as a result I was contacted by someone who works at the […]

Notes on the EA Conway Public Meeting

May 14, 2013


I attended a public meeting concerning the fate of EA Conway Hospital last night. My own self interest led me to the Emily P Robinson recreation center in southern Monroe. You see, EA Conway is my doctor’s office, and the doctor’s office for thousands of people just like me across northeast Louisiana, we’re the working […]

JindalCare Update & David V Barack

March 8, 2013


From KNOE dot com – Louisiana Senator David Vitter has introduced several pieces of new legislation, and in one of them, he is ready to go toe-to-toe with President Obama. Vitter, along with Texas Senator Ted Cruz, will call for a complete repeal of the medical mandates passed three years ago. I have to wonder, […]

Rhonda Lee Sheds Her Teflon

December 12, 2012


In 2009 when I was fired from my television job for a post on my personal facebook page, one of the very first people to reach out to me was a competitor, Rhonda Lee. Rhonda was my rival for the affections of Nielsen TV market #137, the folks living in northeast Louisiana and southern Arkansas, […]

Lamenting the State of Local News

February 21, 2012


This is a letter published in today’s edition of The News Star: I was deeply upset when John Denison announced that Feb. 29 would be his last broadcast with KNOE. I have been watching KNOE for 50 years and have seen it go down for the last two years. People would come and go at […]

Misplaced Nostalgia

April 4, 2011


In the last seven days I’ve read and overheard a lot of people waxing nostalgically on and on about the old Howard Griffin building. Memories are nice, as a child who fondly remembers the old toy store; ‘Howard Griffin Land O Toys/Loads of Fun for Girls & Boys/Bring the Kids and Look Around/The Greatest Toy […]