Volume 138 Number 24 - Jun 16, 2011


11-year-old carjacked on 4-wheeler
The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office is searching for a man they say pushed an 11-year-old boy off of a four-wheeler before stealing it.

4 arrests made in armed robbery
The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office has made four arrests in connection with the armed robbery of Circle K in Boutte.

All spillway bays should be closed by next week
Many parish residents have visited the Bonnet Carre Spillway in the last month in the hopes of landing monster-sized fish. All of the bays on the spillway are expected to be closed next week, which means time is running out for fishermen hoping to make th The Army Corps of Engineers has closed about 100 of the 330 bays that were opened in the Bonnet Carre Spillway last month.

Senior discount cable program gets start in St. Charles
St. Charles is the first parish in the state where Cox Communications will offer discounts to low-income seniors on their basic cable service.

‘Lewd’ man strikes again in Destrehan
For the second time in eight days, a man has approached women in the Destrehan Winn-Dixie parking lot and made lewd comments and gestures towards them before driving away, according to the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office.


Parish All-Stars win title
From staff and wire reports
The St. Charles 8 year old All-Stars won their first season tournament in Gonzales last weekend.
HHS soccer stars help premier team reach regionals
From staff and wire reports
BRSC 94 Black U17 soccer team recently won the Regional Premier League State Championship.
Tigers honored at USM camp
From staff and wire reports
Hahnville quarterback Easton Melancon and Tiger offensive lineman Hunter Perrin attended the University of Southern Mississippi football camp last week and impressed USM head coach Larry Fedora.


Greatest legacy to leave is one of integrity
Special to the Herald-Guide
By Harold Keller
Chilling reality of warmist predictions
Dan Juneau
In 1990, the United Nations’ International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) issued its first report on “global warming.” The report featured numerous scientific studies to predict that the global temperature of the Earth would warm by 1.1 degrees Celsius between 1990 and 2030.

Sheriffs Reports

Sheriff's Reports
From staff and wire reports
Suspects are innocent until proved guilty in a court of law.


Book Review: “I Am Number Four”
Special to the Herald-Guide
“I Am Number Four,“ written by Pittacus Lore, is a thrilling novel that is set around the world.
Two Paradis firefighters graduate from N.O. academy
From staff and wire reports
Paradis Volunteer Fire Department members Zachary Gros and Nicholas Friloux graduated from the New Orleans Fire Department Recruit Training Academy.
Recipe: Stir-fried pork and basil
From staff and wire reports
Courtesy of Family Features
Get screened for stroke, osteoporosis
From staff and wire reports
Residents in and around the Luling area can get screened to reduce their risk of having a stroke or bone fracture. St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church will host Life Line Screening on June 24 at 234 Angus Drive in Luling.


Jerry Lee Brown
Jerry Lee Brown, 67, passed away on June 1, 2011 in Metairie.
Louelle Dufrene Gros
Louelle Dufrene Gros, 86, passed away on June 3, 2011 in Luling.
Earl "Junior" J. Sevin Jr.
Earl “Junior” J. Sevin Jr., 59, passed away on June 6, 2011 in Jefferson.
Marie Lirette Schmill
Marie Lirette Schmill, 87, passed away on June 5, 2011.
Cecile Deroche
Cecile Deroche, 83, passed away at her home in Gramercy.