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Will Sirmon throws a pass to his right. Furious Destrehan comeback falls short at jamboree
Yesterday at 11:20 pm
Lutcher coach Tim Detillier is fond of saying “they should collect the money on the way out” after exciting Friday night fare, and he had reason to say it again this time around.

St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina
August 28 at 3:17 pm
The thing I remember most about enduring the Katrina experience was the realization that this was probably the ‘Big One’ disaster planners had been predicting.

St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina
August 28 at 3:15 pm
I got a phone call from a friend who worked at a contractor that was doing clean up at the Murphy oil spill in St. Bernard Parish after Katrina.

St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina
August 28 at 3:12 pm
I had started my senior year at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond just weeks prior to Aug. 29, 2005. I would spend my weekends at home in Hahnville.

St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina
August 28 at 3:03 pm
I was living in Metairie and starting my first full year teaching at Destrehan High School (DHS). I barely knew anyone and was in the process of trying to find a new apartment because I had to move out of my old one by the end of September.

St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina St. Charles Parish remembering Katrina
August 28 at 2:58 pm
St. Charles Parish officials agree one of the most significant changes that came from Hurricane Katrina was better assessing risk and being more prepared for disaster.

$12.6 million culinary arts building offers recipe for cooking up new La. chefs $12.6 million culinary arts building offers recipe for cooking up new La. chefs
August 28 at 2:56 pm
Three years in the works, Nicholls State University (NSU) celebrated the grand opening of the $12.6 million Lanny D. Ledet Culinary Arts Building, new home of the Chef John Folse Culinary Institute, with a ribbon cutting held at the building site.

Look that gift horse in the mouth
August 28 at 2:54 pm
During the 2015 regular session the legislators pass a “temporary” (wink, wink, nod, nod) 1 percent tax increase (HCR 8) on all non-residential electrical utilities.

Several groups poised to get into play in BESE races
August 28 at 2:43 pm
The elections for the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education around the state could become expensive if the slate of so-called reform candidates from 2011 face serious challenges this go around.

Floyd Paul Donley Sr. Floyd Paul Donley Sr.
August 28 at 2:41 pm
Floyd Paul Donley Sr., age 86, died after a brief illness on Sunday, Aug. 23, 2015, at his home in Amite, La.

Sandra V. Oubre Sandra V. Oubre
August 28 at 2:34 pm
Sandra V. Oubre died on Aug. 19, 2015 at the age of 79 peacefully at her home.

Sheriff’s Reports (Aug. 27)
August 28 at 2:31 pm
Arrests

• Seikeima Allen, 32, of 310 E. Club Drive in St. Rose, was arrested Aug. 16 and charged with aggravated assault with a firearm.

St. Charles Parish schools use tech with limits St. Charles Parish schools use tech with limits
August 28 at 2:28 pm
New technologies have changed the world, but their uses are restricted at schools and that includes the St. Charles Parish school system.

32 St. Charles Parish roads listed for repairs 32 St. Charles Parish roads listed for repairs
August 28 at 2:24 pm
A $1.4 million bid has been awarded to Barriere Construction Co. in Boutte to improve 32 roadways in St. Charles Parish.

Former college star turns injury  into new career with Jefferson Parish Former college star turns injury into new career with Jefferson Parish
August 28 at 2:21 pm
Darrington Sentimore once spent his time taking down quarterbacks and running backs at the prep, college and NFL level.

Katrina, Rita and Sandy push rising flood insurance rates Katrina, Rita and Sandy push rising flood insurance rates
August 28 at 2:14 pm
When it comes to insurance, the catastrophe can linger long after the devastation and such is the case with rising flood insurance rates in St. Charles Parish, as well as the nation.

St. Charles Parish School district bans large bags at sports events St. Charles Parish School district bans large bags at sports events
August 28 at 2:12 pm
Targeting events with the most crowds, St. Charles Parish Public Schools has implemented the “bag protocol” for football, basketball or softball events at middle and high schools.

Luling jewelry store robbed, Sheriff's Office asking for information
August 28 at 2:06 pm
An unknown amount of jewelry and other items were stolen from an apparent break-in of a Luling gift store Thursday.

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Chamber hosts congressional ‘drive-in’ visit in River Region
Chamber hosts congressional ‘drive-in’ visit in River Region
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The River Region Chamber of Commerce, with presenting sponsor Dow Chemical Co., hosted a congressional drive-in visit on Aug. 11 at the Port of South Louisiana Guest House.

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