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St. Charles Parish ranks 6th for retirement in Louisiana St. Charles Parish ranks 6th for retirement in Louisiana
May 29 at 3:12 pm
With St. Charles Parish ranking sixth in Louisiana in a recent survey’s “retirement readiness index,” a local wealth management firm says it’s considerably due to residents being thrifty savers.

St. Charles Parish Hospital disagrees it misspent $6M in bond issue, but repaid the money St. Charles Parish Hospital disagrees it misspent $6M in bond issue, but repaid the money
May 29 at 2:47 pm
Although a state Legislative Auditor’s report says otherwise, St. Charles Parish Hospital management maintains the public was informed about how it spent about $6 million on operational costs.

St. Charles Parish domestic abuse cases rise, bill sought to aid victims St. Charles Parish domestic abuse cases rise, bill sought to aid victims
May 29 at 2:44 pm
Domestic violence cases have more than doubled in St. Charles Parish this year, although local officials say increasing public awareness and networking are more likely bringing the total reported closer to the actual number of cases occurring.

90-year-old Fisher recalls Pearl Harbor, cow pastures in Luling and secret to long life 90-year-old Fisher recalls Pearl Harbor, cow pastures in Luling and secret to long life
May 29 at 2:40 pm
Joseph O. Fisher was finally on his way to following his brother into the U.S. Navy, but little did he know it would take him through two wars, two atomic bombs and the aftermath of Pearl Harbor.

St. Charles Parish DA denies  preferential treatment for Dufresne St. Charles Parish DA denies preferential treatment for Dufresne
May 29 at 2:35 pm
Saying “someone tipped them off,” a New Orleans watchdog group says it obtained courts documents showing St. Charles Parish District Attorney Joel Chaisson II may have violated the law showing preferential treatment to a former Destrehan High School teacher who accepted a plea deal that allowed her to avoid prison and not register as a sex offender.

Former DHS star, future Hall of Famer retires Former DHS star, future Hall of Famer retires
May 29 at 11:48 am
The best defensive safety in NFL history is how six-time Pro Bowl selected Raven’s outside linebacker Terrell Suggs described Ed Reed.

Convicted St. Rose murderer gets life in prison Convicted St. Rose murderer gets life in prison
May 22 at 1:12 pm
A St. Rose man has received a mandatory sentence of life in prison for the 2012 killing of 19-year-old Jared Mealey, also of St. Rose.

DHS salutatorian Ashlyn Frahm is headed to Harvard DHS salutatorian Ashlyn Frahm is headed to Harvard
May 22 at 11:44 am
Ashlyn Frahm is this year’s salutatorian for Destrehan High School (DHS).

DHS valedictorian Randy Harvey hopes to design sports complexes DHS valedictorian Randy Harvey hopes to design sports complexes
May 22 at 11:37 am
Although Randall “Randy” Harvey had an idea he might be named Destrehan High School valedictorian this year, he still wasn’t as prepared for the news as he thought it might be.

HBO sniper series films in St. Charles HBO sniper series films in St. Charles
May 22 at 9:37 am
HBO is back in St. Charles Parish filming an eight-part series called “Quarry” that will premiere next year.

Luling writer’s work  of life is no fantasy - it’s all sci-fi Luling writer’s work of life is no fantasy - it’s all sci-fi
May 22 at 8:53 am
With a sly smile, Lee Stephen admits writing is a way of creating his own adventure.

Wounded vet will be welcomed to Luling with a new house Wounded vet will be welcomed to Luling with a new house
May 22 at 8:26 am
Ashton Plantation subdivision should have a new resident by Christmas thanks to Destrehan builder Larry Tyson of Tyson Construction, his family and a few other good Samaritans.

DHS grad lets life set  the lines of her drawings DHS grad lets life set the lines of her drawings
May 22 at 8:12 am
Brigitte “Gigi” Dutreix has found her way to express her feelings.

DHS graduate affirms  nursing career doing missionary work in Mexico DHS graduate affirms nursing career doing missionary work in Mexico
May 22 at 8:09 am
What Sarah Smith learned on mission trips to Mexico will stay with her through life.

DHS grad’s passion for robotics leads Wildcat team to 5% in the world DHS grad’s passion for robotics leads Wildcat team to 5% in the world
May 22 at 8:06 am
Ryan Fink is quiet and might even appear distracted.

Lessons learned by  a teenaged entrepreneur Lessons learned by a teenaged entrepreneur
May 22 at 8:02 am
Graduation at Destrehan High School is nearly in the rear view mirror for Justice Waite, who is eagerly looking toward to growing her already two-year-old business called Silly Sweet Shop.

DHS grad’s doodles outline dream to becoming a successful designer DHS grad’s doodles outline dream to becoming a successful designer
May 22 at 7:58 am
Wayland Charles is devoutly set on pursuing his dream – to design shoes and clothing.

St. Charles Parish Council OKs, but questions $5.5M credit line for hospital St. Charles Parish Council OKs, but questions $5.5M credit line for hospital
May 22 at 7:47 am
St. Charles Parish Hospital representatives got a $5.5 million line of credit for 11 years at Monday’s council meeting, but only after a near hour-long grilling over why they needed more help less than a year after getting a $10 million loan.

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Luling writer’s work  of life is no fantasy - it’s all sci-fi
Luling writer’s work of life is no fantasy - it’s all sci-fi
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With a sly smile, Lee Stephen admits writing is a way of creating his own adventure.