|You’ve got to read this! (April 17)
April 18 at 11:42 am
New books are waiting for you in your St. Charles Parish libraries.
|Luling Volunteer Fire Department officer installation
April 18 at 11:37 am
The Luling Volunteer Fire Department recently held their 2014 Annual Installation of Officers and Awards Banquet.
April 18 at 11:36 am
Josh and Emily Troxler of Tylertown, Miss. announce the birth of their 7 pound 11 ounce son, Stone Louis Troxler.
|J.B. Martin students of the month
April 18 at 11:32 am
Students of the month are selected every month at J.B. Martin Middle School.
|Norco Elementary float project
April 18 at 11:31 am
Students in Stefanie West and Michelle Wagner’s class at Norco Elementary recently displayed their text features float project.
|Women’s retreat held at local church
April 18 at 11:30 am
On March 29, the congregations of Luling United Methodist Church and First Union Presbyterian Church hosted a Christian Women’s Retreat in Luling.
|Science “rocks” at Lakewood Elementary
April 18 at 11:29 am
Lynesia Preyan’s third grade class at Lakewood Elementary recently got a chance to showcase their knowledge of rocks and minerals by presenting their research projects to their peers.
|Ethel Schoeffner Elementary students take to the sky
April 18 at 11:27 am
Brody Carver, in Kristin Surmik’s homeroom, enjoyed flying his kite as 4th grade students at Ethel Schoeffner Elementary spent some time flying kites to celebrate the end of testing this spring.
|Wetland Watchers science night at New Sarpy
April 18 at 11:26 am
Harry Hurst Wetland Watcher students and Motiva employees facilitated activities and presented animals to over 300 people at Motiva Science Night at New Sarpy Elementary.
|This week’s Humane Society showcase adoption pet “Simone”
April 18 at 11:25 am
This week’s Humane Society showcase pet is Simone.
|New Sarpy Elementary library reading winners
April 18 at 11:24 am
New Sarpy Elementary Library recently winners for their reading program, “Love Your Library!”
|Norco Elementary “nacho” average students
April 18 at 11:23 am
Norco Elementary third grade students enjoyed nachos for meeting their “good news” incentive.
|St. Rose Elementary students place in regional social studies fair
April 18 at 11:22 am
St. Rose Elementary fifth grade student India Dewey won third place at the Regional Social Studies Fair held at Nicholls State University.
|Mimosa Park Elementary cup structure
April 18 at 11:20 am
At Mimosa Park Elementary School, Nicole Ford’s first graders built structures with 101 cups on the 101st day of school.
|St. Rose Elementary School students enjoy spring weather
April 14 at 9:24 am
After all of the cold, icy weather over the winter, St. Rose Elementary students in Kristin Tabb’s 4th grade writing class recently took advantage of the beautiful weather and held their writers’ workshop outside.
|This week’s Humane Society showcase adoption pet “Sophie”
April 14 at 9:23 am
This week’s Humane Society showcase pet is Sophie.
Sophie is a three-year-old female tortoiseshell calico.
|VFW gets makeover with aid of Home Depot workers, community
April 14 at 9:19 am
Employees of Home Depot, along with members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3750 and other local leaders, gathered together last week to begin renovations on the VFW Hall in Luling that were funded by a $10,000 grant.
|This week’s Humane Society showcase adoption pet “Trooper”
April 04 at 11:52 am
This week’s Humane Society showcase pet is Trooper.
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