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Urinetown, the musical
January 29 at 9:34 am
HAHNVILLE – The Hahnville theater will hold the opening night of the musical “Urinetown” at the Hahnville Auditorium on Thursday, Jan. 29, beginning at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door.

Fontainette Bradley scored 17 points in Hahnville’s loss to East St. John. Hahnville drops back-to-back district games
Yesterday at 3:11 pm
After starting district play 3-0, the Hahnville Tigers have lost their last two league games against East St. John and H.L. Bourgeois.

Ed Orgeron LSU lands 2 of nation’s best recruiters
Yesterday at 3:08 pm
LSU landed two of the top recruiters in the nation when head coach Les Miles announced that former Alabama inside linebackers coach Kevin Steele would become his team’s new defensive coordinator and former Ole Miss/USC head coach Ed Orgeron would become the defensive line coach for the Tigers.

Dwaine Thomas HHS linebacker commits to Texas A&M
Yesterday at 3:04 pm
Hahnville linebacker Dwaine Thomas will live out his dream to play in the Southeastern Conference. After a trip to Texas A&M over the weekend, the standout defender verbally committed to the Aggies.

Hahnville head coach Phillip Bychurch said his team needs to be more consistent as they enter the heart of their district schedule. Lady Tigers fall to DHS, ESJ but rebounds to beat Bourgeois
Yesterday at 2:58 pm
It’s been an up and down season for the Hahnville Lady Tigers.

Destrehan junior Trey Jones drives down the court against Thibodaux. Jones nailed a buzzer-beater that gave his team a 48-47 win over the Tigers. Destrehan doesn’t let size get them down, wins 2 of last 3
Yesterday at 2:54 pm
The Destrehan Wildcats are now 3-2 in district play after victories over Thibodaux and South Lafourche bookended a loss to Central Lafourche.

Mimosa selects Mardi Gras King and Queen Mimosa selects Mardi Gras King and Queen
Yesterday at 2:52 pm
Mimosa Park Elementary School 2015 Mardi Gras King and Queen are Evan Oubre and Alix Champagne.

Alpha Daughters of Zion, Valero, deliver gifts to those less fortunate Alpha Daughters of Zion, Valero, deliver gifts to those less fortunate
Yesterday at 2:51 pm
Each year, Valero Refinery of Norco provides gifts to the female inmates at Nelson Coleman Correctional Center as well as children of clients affiliated with Alpha Daughters of Zion.

SCAG announces January artists of the month SCAG announces January artists of the month
Yesterday at 2:49 pm
The St. Charles Artists of the month for January are (from left):

Rotarians celebrate 37th anniversary, honor long-time members Rotarians celebrate 37th anniversary, honor long-time members
Yesterday at 2:48 pm
The St. Charles Parish Rotary Club celebrated its 37th anniversary at its Jan. 7 luncheon.

Quentin Humane Society Pet of the Week: Quentin
Yesterday at 2:46 pm
This week’s Humane Society showcase pet is Quentin, a male kitten who loves both cats and dogs.

Jacy Ashley Long St. Rose teen honored at cotillion
Yesterday at 2:44 pm
Destrehan High School senior Jacy Ashley Long was honored among seven teens Dec. 27 at the 26th Biennial Debutante Ball of SWANS Inc.

Participants sing in last Monday’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. day march as they make their way down River Road from the West Bank Bridge Park to the Hahnville Courthouse. MLK’s legacy in St. Charles
Yesterday at 2:38 pm
Lifelong St. Charles Parish resident Edward Murray was only 11 years old when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was shot.

The gift of life of little Suzanne
Yesterday at 10:39 am
I remember my grandmother (Meemaw) and mother sharing with me the story of little Suzanne. She was Meemaw’s fifth child. My mother was 9 years old at the time of Suzanne’s birth. I can still tear up as I reminisce of the love in their hearts for Suzanne as they shared about her life and death.

By 2020, half of state legislature may be gone
Yesterday at 10:38 am
Term limits were approved by Louisiana voters in 1995 by a vote of 76 percent, but they didn’t go into effect until roughly eight years ago.

Let’s not kill unborn babies
Yesterday at 10:37 am
Hopefully, it is becoming less mainstream to kill human life in our world through abortion. It appears that way in our area at least as an abortion facility planned in May 2013 in the 4600 block of South Claiborne Ave. in New Orleans has yet to get off the ground.

Howe Howe
Yesterday at 10:36 am
Elrita S. Howe, 89, passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 20.

Lay Lay
Yesterday at 10:34 am
Dorian Colby “Boss Hogg” Lay, 36, passed away on Monday, Dec. 29 at his home in Hahnville.

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Luling firefighter dies 2 months after being diagnosed with leukemia
Luling firefighter dies 2 months after being diagnosed with leukemia
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Luling shift firefighter Joseph Riebow, 39, who’s fight against leukemia was documented in the Jan. 1 edition of the St. Charles Herald-Guide, died on Jan. 8.