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Steib benefit tournament scheduled

Luling - A Sam Steib Benefit Tournament will be held Oct. 15 at West Bank Bridge Park that will feature men’s softball and a co-ed cabbage ball. Entry fee is $250 per team. Proceeds benefit Sam’s Recovery Fund. For more information or to register, call or text (504) 319-2146.Read More...
October 15 at 10:24 am
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Night Out Against Crime Kick Off

Luling – The Paul Maillard Community Development Organization will host its first “Night Out Against Crime Kick Off” 3 to 6 p.m. Oct. 15 at the Winn Wood Shopping Center on Paul Maillard Road in Luling. Youths interested in showcasing their talents are encouraged to participate. For more information or participate, contact Ivy Williams, alpha5747@yahoo.com or (504) 812-0965; Kristen Gordon, kristengordon07@gmail.com or (504) 224-0902; Becky Gaudet at becky@louisianadisabilitylaw.com or (504) 875-1077, or Shantrell Byrd at shantrellbyrd@cost.net or (504) 452-8705 by Sept. 23.
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October 15 at 10:24 am
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4-H Shooting Sports seeking new members

Destrehan – St. Charles Parish 4-H is seeking new members for its Shooting Sports program that focuses on instructing participants in firearm safety and sportsmanship. Parents and youth (Ages 10 - 19) either residing or attending school in St. Charles Parish are invited to attend an informational meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 11 at the East Regional Library, 160 West Campus Drive in Destrehan. For more information, contact the St. Charles Parish 4-H Agent Kali Zammit at (985) 785-4473 or via e-mail at kzammit@agcenter.lsu.edu.Read More...
October 11 at 10:23 am
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Business Networking Event

Luling - St. Charles Parish will host its first SCP Business Exchange at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 4 at the Edward A. Dufresne Community Center, 274 Judge Edward Dufresne Parkway in Luling. In addition to promoting networking with the parish business community, parish officials want to resume a local business association at the event. Attendees are asked to bring business cards and post their support of the event using the hashtag#ShopStCharles. There is no charge to attend the event. For more information, call the parish Department of Economic Development & Tourism at (985) 783-5140.Read More...
October 4 at 10:23 am
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Program seeks to reach at-risk youth early, prevent bad behavior

They say an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of the cure. Read More...
2 hours ago
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American Red Cross opens new office in parish

Few emergency aid organizations are as recognized as the American Red Cross, which makes it welcome news that it has opened an office in St. Charles Parish.Read More...
9 hours ago
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La. tech college system ponders post-growth strategy

Following a record number of graduates and four-year transfers, officials with the Louisiana Community and Technical College System are wondering where additional resources will come from now that a special fund that partly contributed to this growth has been expended. Read More...
9 hours ago
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BBQ fundraiser for St. Rose Elementary teacher

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BBQ fundraiser for St. Rose Elementary teacher
St. Rose – The St. Rose Volunteer Fire Department Women’s Group will hold a barbeque pulled pork lunch/dinner fundraiser Sept. 30 to help offset medical expenses for Christi Fraychineaud, teacher at St. Rose Elementary and single mother of three. An $8 plate will include a pork sandwich, coleslaw and dessert. Lunch will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and dinner from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Plates may be picked up on site at 123 St. Rose Ave. or delivered. To order, call (504) 467-9536. Read More...
10 hours ago
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4-H’s aim is ‘growing leaders’

Head, heart, hands and help are the four things the Hs in the 4-H Club stands for, as the youth development program takes aim at providing young people education while teaching them basic life skills. Read More...
10 hours ago
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Unique horse riding program makes difference for Luling boy with spina bifida

Doctors told Gwen Marelo that her son would never walk.

Marelo, a Luling resident, said she and her husband were devastated by that assessment of their son, Brian, who suffers from spina bifada. Read More...
10 hours ago
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Hospital Auxiliary a plus for patients, both young and old

Whether patients are young or old, The St. Charles Parish Hospital Auxiliary educates and rehabilitates members of the community through their work with the St. Charles Parish Hospital’s Pediatric Rehab Treatment program and the Cardiac Rehab program. Read More...
11 hours ago
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St. Rose man charged with Medicaid fraud

Tim Ursin, 53, of St. Rose, has been arrested on four counts of Medicaid fraud.Read More...
11 hours ago
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Online service offers free tutoring

Homework Louisiana, a free online service that helps people excel in their studies certainly points to the growing popularity of the future classroom.Read More...
11 hours ago
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Health Center offers help for residents suffering with depression or anxiety

For a person suffering with depression or anxiety, the inability to find help due to financial constraints serves only to make those issues even more damaging. Read More...
11 hours ago
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Norco Elem’s August Students of the Month

Norco Elementary School has named its August Students of the Month.Read More...
11 hours ago
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254 parish athletes compete in Special Olympics

Joseph and Matthew Guichard are 17-year-old twin athletes from St. Charles Parish who have competed with the Special Olympics since the age of 8. Read More...
12 hours ago
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2016 Deputy of the Year
2016 Deputy of the Year
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Considering the kind of year 2016 has been for St. Charles Parish Sheriff's deputies with them assisting Baton Rouge with officer shootings and Louisiana's historic flood, Sheriff Greg Champagne recognized all 422 staff members as this year's "Deputy of the Year."