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Hahnville storms back in fourth quarter to beat Haughton Hahnville storms back in fourth quarter to beat Haughton
November 21 at 10:36 pm
With Hahnville trailing Haughton 14-13 late in the fourth quarter, linebacker Peyton Robert scooped up a fumble and rumbled into the end zone to give the Tigers their first lead of the game.

Destrehan routs ESJ to advance to quarterfinals Destrehan routs ESJ to advance to quarterfinals
November 21 at 9:48 pm
The Destrehan Wildcats made a statement Friday night by running all over East St. John in a 68-14 victory. With the win, the Wildcats advance to the quarterfinals of the Class 5A playoffs where they will face parish rival Hahnville.

Des Allemands holds service for fallen soldiers Des Allemands holds service for fallen soldiers
November 21 at 11:16 am
On Nov. 11, 2014, a memorial service for Fallen Soldiers was held at the monument in Des Allemands, La.

Harry Hurst Choir Concert Harry Hurst Choir Concert
November 21 at 11:12 am
The St. Charles Parish Public Schools recently held their Parish Honor Choir Concert.

Keiko Bernard Book Review: “It’s Kind of a Funny Story”
November 21 at 11:07 am
Ned Vizzini’s “It’s Kind of A Funny Story” follows fifteen-year-old Craig Gilner of New York in his battle with depression. When Craig reaches his last cry for help, he lands in a mental hospital.

Zip Humane Society Pet of the Week: Zip
November 21 at 11:04 am
This week’s Humane Society showcase pet is Zip, a one-year-old Aussie mix breed dog.

We must vote our conscience
November 21 at 10:37 am
As citizens of the United States, we have a responsibility to vote. It’s gift that has been given to us by the lives and deaths of many patriots.

The Season of Giving
November 21 at 10:36 am
According to an analysis by Feeding America, nearly 20 percent of St. Charles Parish’s children suffer from food insecurity. As residents prepare to indulge in holiday meals, now may be the best time to get to know those who are helping residents who are going hungry.

The Season of Giving
November 21 at 10:36 am
According to an analysis by Feeding America, nearly 20 percent of St. Charles Parish’s children suffer from food insecurity. As residents prepare to indulge in holiday meals, now may be the best time to get to know those who are helping residents who are going hungry.

Candidates for attorney general still stacking up
November 21 at 10:36 am
Attorney General Buddy Caldwell will likely be called many things during the 2015 election cycle, but lonely will not be one of them.

It’s almost time to vote again
November 21 at 10:35 am
To a great extent, people of the United States of America have learned the importance of democratic elections and how they can lead to the freedoms and ways of life they enjoy.

Arrests (Nov. 20)
November 21 at 10:33 am
•Tyler Munster, 17, of Marrero, was arrested Nov. 12 on Primrose Drive and charged with simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling.

Early voting begins Saturday
November 21 at 10:32 am
Starting Saturday, St. Charles residents can vote early to decide three local justices of the peace and a U.S. senator.

A statue of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini stands in a chapel that bears her name on the campus of Cabrini High School in New Orleans. St. Frances Xavier Cabrini
November 21 at 10:31 am
The United States wasn’t her first choice, but by the end, Saint Francis Xavier Cabrini would leave a lasting legacy in the heart of southern Louisiana.

St. Charles Parish detective catches 4 men trying to steal street sign
November 21 at 10:31 am
Four out-of-towners were arrested Thursday night after they were caught removing a street sign by a detective who happened to be driving in the area.

Candidate thinks opponent should  be disqualified Candidate thinks opponent should be disqualified
November 21 at 10:30 am
A justice of the peace candidate might face censure, or worse, pending a ruling from the Louisiana Supreme Court’s Judiciary Commission.

Volunteers who were a part of a Praxair leadership program planted 15 trees in Rathborne Park last week. Volunteers breathe new life into park by helping replace cut-down trees
November 21 at 10:28 am
Nearly 30 hazardous trees were removed from Luling’s Rathborne Park in September, but an industrial gasses company stepped in to make sure that residents will enjoy plenty of shade in the future.

Council members say they never use texts to solicit votes during meetings Council members say they never use texts to solicit votes during meetings
November 21 at 10:27 am
The Louisiana attorney general’s office recently ruled that it is against the law for St. Charles Parish Council members to text each other instructions on how to vote during public meetings, despite the fact that there is no evidence of any council member ever doing so.

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Humane Society  Pet of the Week: Beth
Humane Society Pet of the Week: Beth
This week’s Humane Society showcase pet is Beth, a four-month-old female kitten....
New non-profit to offer Thanksgiving child care for single parents
Assistance for Single Parents is offering a Thanksgiving Camp from Nov. 24 to Nov....

Hahnville takes high-powered offense on long playoff journey
Hahnville takes high-powered offense on long playoff journey
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Coach Nick Saltaformaggio said Hahnville wasn’t trying to send a message, but the Tigers racked up the most points they have all season in a single game, defeating Natchitoches 61-14 to start the Class 5A playoffs last week.