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Chicken blood sample tests positive for West Nile Virus in Ama and Taft Chicken blood sample tests positive for West Nile Virus in Ama and Taft
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The Louisiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory has confirmed a sentinel chicken flock blood sample collected on Aug. 26 in Ama and July 29 in Taft as positive for West Nile Virus.

Ormond Plantation chef to be  featured on national TV series Ormond Plantation chef to be featured on national TV series
1 hour ago
Flip My Food cameras were recently rolling as Chef Richard Kiral whipped up a dish of free-range chicken with creole tomato and corn maque choux at Ormond Plantation in Destrehan.

$300K Ashton soccer park is in development in Luling $300K Ashton soccer park is in development in Luling
9 hours ago
St. Charles Parish is advertising for bids for the construction of a parking lot for the Ashton Park Development in Luling, which will provide two soccer fields to be used by the parish’s recreation department.

Luling native fighting  to find birth parents Luling native fighting to find birth parents
9 hours ago
Stacy Stabile-Forristal is a “search angel” who has helped numerous adoptees reconnect with their birth parents, but the path to her own reunion remains marked by disappointment, expense and vexing mystery.

Qualifying period approaching for Oct. 24 election in St. Charles Parish Qualifying period approaching for Oct. 24 election in St. Charles Parish
9 hours ago
The St. Charles Parish Clerk of Court’s phones are ringing more lately, especially with the three-day candidate qualifying period fast approaching for the Oct. 24 primary election.

Rescued survivors recall Katrina’s dangers Rescued survivors recall Katrina’s dangers
9 hours ago
Twenty-eight hospital workers and family, along with two Australian tourists, were huddling together near the Ernest Morial Convention Center in the chaos and despair of what was once New Orleans when the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office made a bold move to rescue them.

Deja vu on ammo, weapons hoarding
9 hours ago
Past Times by Terry Jones

The head of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service declared in a news release that the “great game of hoarding” ammunition by “greedy individuals” was unsportsmanlike.

Pope appeals to protect Christians
9 hours ago
The situation has become pathetic in the mid-East at the present time with hundreds of thousands of people leaving troubled Iraq where Islamic State militants are forcing Christians out of their homes in the middle of the night.

Kayleigh Michelle Billings Kayleigh Michelle Billings
9 hours ago
Kayleigh Michelle Billings, born Feb. 5, 1991 in Baton Rouge, La., transcended our physical realm on Aug. 15, 2015.
Billings grew up in Arizona and graduated in 2009 from Destrehan High School.

Beverly Latour Chauffe Beverly Latour Chauffe
9 hours ago
Beverly Latour Chauffe passed away on Aug. 24, 2015 at the age of 85 years.

Beverly Latour Chauffe Beverly Latour Chauffe
9 hours ago
Beverly Latour Chauffe passed away on Aug. 24, 2015 at the age of 85 years.

Howard Dewey Bentley
9 hours ago
Howard Dewey Bentley, age 72, a native of Pike County, Kty., and resident of Des Allemands passed away on Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2015.

Sheriff’s Reports (Sept. 3)
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Arrests

• Albert Scott III, 21, of 302 E. Club Drive in St. Rose, was arrested Aug. 22 and charged with possession of marijuana and use of a firearm with a CDS.

Boutte gator hunter on hunt for numbers Boutte gator hunter on hunt for numbers
9 hours ago
Despite Animal Planet announcing in September of last year that “American River Renegades” was canceled, Boutte’s Wayne “Kip” Benoit and fans have been waging an online campaign to get the show back.

St. Charles Parish school buses now 100 percent A/C equipped St. Charles Parish school buses now 100 percent A/C equipped
9 hours ago
Students in St. Charles Parish are traveling just a bit more comfortably these days.

Councilman seeks second term as District 1 representative Councilman seeks second term as District 1 representative
10 hours ago
After serving one term as St. Charles Parish District 1 councilman, Terrell D. Wilson has announced he will seek a second term in the October 24 election.

Oil prices drop is a double whammy in taxes, services
10 hours ago
At the Aug. 14 meeting of the State Revenue Estimating Conference we learned revenue predictions from oil revenues for the current fiscal year were based on $62 a barrel.

New tort group targeting legislative elections
10 hours ago
With a budget that could reach $2 million, the newly-created Louisiana Lawsuit Fairness Committee (LLFC) may emerge in the coming weeks as one of the biggest players involved in this year’s state House and Senate races.

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Jesuit upends Hahnville at jamboree
Jesuit upends Hahnville at jamboree
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A hungry and prepared Jesuit team spoiled host Hahnville’s preseason jamboree Thursday night, as the Blue Jays rolled past the Tigers, 17-0.

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