Cindy Christen Christen
Yesterday at 11:50 am
Cindy M. Christen, 57, a native and resident of Des Allemands, passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 26.

Patricia Drain
Yesterday at 11:48 am
Patricia “Patty” Drain passed away on Wednesday, Dec. 3, at the age of 53. She was a native of Toledo, Ohio, and a resident of Paradis.

Yesterday at 11:46 am
Linda A. Keller, 66 a resident of Hahnville, passed away on Friday, Dec. 5.

State talent puts on show in NFL
Yesterday at 11:30 am
What a weekend it was to watch some of the best high school talent from the state of Louisiana compete in the NFL.

Destrehan head coach Stephen Robicheaux said he knew his team would have a successful season because his players worked hard and did everything asked of them. Destrehan coach credits seniors for making program contender
Yesterday at 11:24 am
Destrehan’s football season came to an end Saturday night with a 23-7 loss to Acadiana in the Class 5A state championship game. While the season didn’t end the way the Wildcats wanted it to, Destrehan head coach Stephen Robicheaux was extremely proud of his squad.

Easton Melancon threw for 2,973 yards this season. Former HHS QB named Player of Year
Yesterday at 11:20 am
Former Hahnville High School and current Louisiana College quarterback Easton Melancon was named Offensive Player of the Year for the American Southwest Conference.

Pictured are: (Front Row) Lacy Conlin, Dawn Monroe, Taylor Hartline & Kaitlyn Monroe. (Back Row) Ry’Neshia Burks, Jewel Robinson-Page, Reagen Melancon, Heaven Benedict and Isabella Barthelemy. Hurst Girl Power group creates giant wreaths for the holidays
Yesterday at 11:18 am
Members of the Harry Hurst Middle School Girl Power group are pictured showing off wreaths that they created during their meeting.

Miss Kitty Humane Society Pet of the Week: Miss Kitty
Yesterday at 11:16 am
This week’s Humane Society showcase pet is Miss Kitty, a 1-year-old fluffy torti calico.

Santa helps raise almost $1K for shelter Santa helps raise almost $1K for shelter
Yesterday at 11:14 am
Santa was a big hit Saturday as he arrived at the Animal Control Shelter to take have his picture taken with pets of all size and breeds brought by their owners from throughout the parish.

Pictured (from left): assistant principal Lasonn Porter, 1st grade teacher Allison Wilhite and principal Marsha Walters Des Allemands names Teacher of the Year
Yesterday at 11:12 am
Des Allemands Elementary announced Tuesday, Dec. 16, its Teacher of the Year.

St. Charles Parish Library rolls out new “Bookmobile” St. Charles Parish Library rolls out new “Bookmobile”
Yesterday at 11:11 am
A new St. Charles Parish Library Bookmobile is hitting the road.

Parker Peltier Book Review “The Hit”
Yesterday at 10:49 am
Do you want the ultimate high? One week with nothing to lose, but there is one catch. After the amazing week, the victim dies a slow painful death. That is the great adventure that Adam and Lizzie take. With all of that comes the ups and downs of young love with a few bizarre twists in between.

Volunteers stand next to a pile of toys collected by the Norco Volunteer Fire epartment last Saturday, Dec. 13. Picture (from left) are: Kacy Kernan, Andre Garcia and and Spencer Perilloux. Santa’s helpers in St. Charles
Yesterday at 10:35 am
Beginning in November, the United Way of St. Charles Parish starts taking calls and referrals on disadvantaged families throughout the parish. By the time the holidays hit full stride, United Way Director of Community Impact Kacy Kernan said, they have more than 100 cases. To make these Christmases, United Way turns to the community.

Members of the St. Charles Parish Rotary Club present a graduation certificate to a student at the Nueva Escuela Honduras. Help for Honduras
Yesterday at 10:11 am
When members of the Rotary Club of St. Charles Parish landed in the Honduran city of Tegucigulpa, they weren’t there to tour Mayan ruins. In fact, their journey took them far from the city lights, up mountain roads and into the small town of Nacaome.

Treasurer considering leap to attorney general
Yesterday at 9:55 am
As speculation about a possible campaign for governor grew over the past few months, Treasurer John Kennedy was actually, very quietly, paving a path to run for attorney general, sources tell LaPolitics. But he has not yet decided if the race is right for him.

Let’s get countries n the world together
Yesterday at 9:54 am
The United States needs to push its efforts to get other countries together on disagreements that seem to be tearing the world apart on issues such as creating a Palestinian state before a peace treaty is signed between the two countries. And there are other matters of concern, especially in the Middle East where forces of various views are trying to take control.

Arrests (Dec. 18)
Yesterday at 9:52 am
•Noel Sumlin, 32, of 1220 Paul Maillard Road in Luling, was arrested on Dec. 1 and charged with possession of crack, possession of marijuana, obstruction of justice, resisting an officer and criminal trespass.

Administration needs more time to finalize $670,000 purchase of Madere’s Garage Administration needs more time to finalize $670,000 purchase of Madere’s Garage
Yesterday at 9:51 am
The St. Charles Parish administration asked the council to table a proposal to formally buy the Madere’s Garage property across the street from the Hahnville courthouse.


Charge dropped against Luling man accused of killing father
Charge dropped against Luling man accused of killing father
Due to a lack of evidence, a Luling man accused of killing his father is no longer facing charges in connection with the crime.